PRO DIVE MEXICO ADDS DIVE COMPUTERS TO THEIR PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
Keeping up their reputation as forefront of customer service
Pro Dive Mexico
Riviera Maya & Cozumel, Q.Roo, Mexico – Pro Dive Mexico, a PADI 5-Star Dive Resort founded in 2003 and one of the most established and recognized IDC & CDC Centers in
Latin America located at several 4* and 5* Resorts along the Riviera Maya and in Cozumel, is delighted to announce the addition of Dive Computers to their wide array of products.
From today, Cressi Leonardo Dive Computers can be rented at all their ten base locations along the Riviera Maya & Cozumel, making Pro Dive Mexico the first dive operator in the Mexican Caribbean providing this kind of equipment available to their divers and students throughout all their dive operations.
As per Cressi Italy “Leonardo is the first and only dive computer designed and built completely in the Cressi. An elegant expression of simple, functional design, the Leonardo is a must-have for divers entering the sport and those who “just want to dive.”
A single button interface makes it effortless to program Air, Nitrox and Gauge modes the first time a diver picks the computer up, and an edge-to-edge, high-definition screen gives large numerical displays in a computer that is still compact and travel-friendly.
The clearly visible battery life indicator and distinct audible alarms deliver critical information as well as peace-of-mind during the dive. The Leonardo can also be fully re-set after each use, making it an excellent choice for rental departments.”
PADI highlights that “You can track your dives using dive tables, a depth gauge and dive watch, but most scuba divers use a dive computer – it’s easier. A dive computer provides the real-time dive information you need to dive well.
A dive computer takes depth and time information and applies it to a decompression model to track the dissolved nitrogen in your body during a dive. Your computer continuously tells you how much dive time you safely have remaining. Your computer combines a depth gauge, timer and sometimes a submersible pressure gauge (SPG) into a single, useful instrument. The majority of divers have a computer because it makes sense.”
“Students who participate in Pro Dive Mexico´s Open Water Diver courses will be provided with the choice of learning to plan their dives by using either a dive computer (their own or rental) or tables. Those who decide to use a dive computer throughout their course do not need to learn the Table/eRDPml, hence, can refrain from doing the extra RDP Quiz and Exam.”, adds Angel Navarro, one of Pro Dive Mexico´s permanent Platinum Course Directors.