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Oceanic Max Depth Gauge

$389.99$449.00

The Oceanic Max Depth gauge is still one of the most dependable instruments around for divers who are just starting out or don’t feel they need the advanced features of a Personal Dive Computer just yet.

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Description

The Oceanic Max Depth gauge is still one of the most dependable instruments around for divers who are just starting out or don’t feel they need the advanced features of a Personal Dive Computer just yet.

One of the best features of the Oceanic Max Depth Gauge is that the modules can be swapped out. If you change your mind and decide that the important features of a dive computer suit you better, you can replace the depth gauge module with a Veo computer.

The Oceanic Max Depth gauge has a non-linear depth scale. This makes the gauge easier to read in shallower water, and makes maintaining safety stop depths a breeze. The depth goes to maximum of 60m, and has an automatic maximum depth indicator.

The face of the gauge features OceanGlo luminescence. This absorbs light, and glows approximately 7 times faster and longer than other materials.

The Max Depth Gauge comes standard with a pressure gauge and a depth gauge, with the option of a Navcon compass attactched.

Proudly family owned, Mike and Deb have run Jetty Dive Centre since 1996. Our team has developed extensive knowledge in the products we stock, as we’re out diving with them! If you have any questions or would like a personal recommendation, feel free to contact us anytime. We’d be happy to help you out any way we can!

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Add Navcon? Yes/No

Yes please, Add Compass, No, thank you!

Where to find us.

OFFICE LOCATION

Jetty Dive Centre Dive Shop is at 398 Harbour Drive, Coffs Harbour, NSW 2450. This is where you begin your experiences with us! All Scuba Dives and Snorkelling must check-in before moving to departure point.

BOATS DEPARTURE POINT

All our boats leave from the Public floating pontoon wharf opposite the “Attitude Burgers “ building.

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