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    All hail ZOM Woz's Avatar
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    Shearwater or OSTC. I have both and they're both ace.
    I have nothing to do with BSAC any more apart from being a muggle member. So anything I write on here is likely to be complete bollocks. Hooray!

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    Never had an EON but a friend did and it was easy to read.

    I went from a Cressi Leonardo to a Shearwater Petrel and have not regretted it for a minute.

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    Another to consider is the Ration IX3M, I have had mine for a couple of years and really like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barnaby_s View Post
    Another to consider is the Ration IX3M, I have had mine for a couple of years and really like it.
    Is it before the software issue - two or three divers in my club have quite new ones and they are all still on Beta software which the manufacturers say isn't certified for diving so they have to have a backup which rather defeats the object...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Energy58 View Post
    Is it before the software issue - two or three divers in my club have quite new ones and they are all still on Beta software which the manufacturers say isn't certified for diving so they have to have a backup which rather defeats the object...
    It is the earlier model, I think they differentiate them by the button shape and mine are round, but I hadn't heard that about the new ones do you have a link for that information?

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    Thanks for the information everyone, I’ve ordered a shearwater peregrine. Someone in my club has one which I had a look on. I’m going to keep hold of my zoop as a back up.

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    Sure you’ll be pleased , let us know what you think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sim667 View Post
    Thanks for the information everyone, I’ve ordered a shearwater peregrine. Someone in my club has one which I had a look on. I’m going to keep hold of my zoop as a back up.
    I think you made the right choice - the shearwater computers are the best imho. Clarity of screen is amazing.


 
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