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    RBW Member paulo is an unknown quantity at this point paulo's Avatar
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    Upgraded my classic electronics to an AV1C

    Hi all

    I recently upgraded my classic's electronics to an AV1C. Went for the full head replacement option with the temp stick and active HUD.

    I have done around 4 hours with it over the last 2 weeks and I am impressed so far.

    The build quality seems very good, the electronics seem comparable to any of the market leaders shuch as shearwater in terms of readability and ease of use.

    Overall, I am very happy with my purchase so far.

    Just thought I would post it in case anyone else is considering a similar upgrade now the classics are unsupported

    Regards

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    Re: Upgraded my classic electronics to an AV1C

    I'm not astonished.

    Have 2 myself and 3 friends of mine.. We are all happy.
    It's a underestimated product with very good support!

    Mike

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    Re: Upgraded my classic electronics to an AV1C

    I have done the same, and couldn't be happyer
    the consumer service is simply awesome!

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    Re: Upgraded my classic electronics to an AV1C

    +2
    I, too, have changed out the head of my Titan eCCR to the AV1c as has my friend.


    Both of us paid close attention to how closely it would maintain PPO2 and neither of our units strayed away by more than .02 throughout our dives.

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