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    Shearwater Teric

    Seems to be a Perdix in a smaller case and with recharge battery.

    Just wondered if anyone has had a play / used one?

    How clear is the screen and how easy / fiddly are the buttons.

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    Looked interesting on Bruce's wrist on Saturday.

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    Was demo'd it at the weekend (Eurotek). Brill features, very clear screen. operates the same as the Petrel more or less.

    For me: too small, buttons fiddly in dry gloves I would expect, screen clear and bright but too small for me personally.

    I liked the Perdix though (I have a Petrel currently).

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    Lovely looking bit of kit, but not one of the 'action watches' unless you can charge it all the time. If using it for diving, needs to be turned off between dives (just like the Perdix) as it'll consume its "50 hours in watch mode" (e.g. flat in 2 days). This might be an issue over a diving weekend or liveaboard.

    The benefit of the Perdix et al is they take a standard AA battery, available pretty much everywhere.

    How does the Teric compare with the Garmin Descent?


 

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