Oceanic OCi Dive Computer
The “i” stands for Incredible with the Oceanic OCi Dive Computer. For the diver that wants it all. We mean that literally. The Oceanic OCi Dive Computer represents the next step forward in recreational wireless air-integrated dive computers from Oceanic.
Not only is the Oceanic OCi Dive Computer powered by our ground breaking Dual Algorithm technology, but it can handle up to 4 gases, calculate nitrogen during a freedive (in the new tech free mode), enable you to select between salt or fresh water and it even automatically adjusts your altitude. The customizable alarms and digital compass are just icing on the cake. Oh, and let’s not forget that it functions pretty well as a watch too with day and date.
The Oceanic OCi Dive Computer is available in a range of colors: Black/Titanium, Black/Blue and White. and the new All Black (with a matt black finish).
Features of the Oceanic OCi Wrist watch Dive Computer.
- The Oceanic OCi is Powered by Oceanic’s Exclusive Dual Algorithm™ – Your choice between Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis) or Pelagic Z (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis).
- The Oceanic OCi Dive Computer has optional Wireless Air Integrated Technology, using a transmitter you connect to the Regulator first stage.
- Advanced Digital Compass with North, Reference, Auto Home, and Declination Adjustment (see NOAA’s NGDC geomagnetic chart).
- The OCi Computer also has Free and Tech Free dive modes.
- The Oceanic OCi also has Multiple Transmitter Capability & switch between 4 independent transmitters, with up to 4 nitrox mixes to 21-100% O2.
- Advanced watch functions including alternate time zone, stopwatch, lap timer, daily alarm, and countdown timer.
- Depth to 495 FT (180 M).
- The Oceanic Dive Computer has Deep Stop with Countdown Timer.
- It has Gauge Mode with Run-Timer.
- User Upgradeable Firmware with the Oceanic OCi Dive Computer.
- Data Retention when changing batteries.
- Firmware Update Ready.
The OCi Dive Computer is also backed by a 5 year Oceanic Warranty! you don’t see that in a lot of computers these days!
Watch this Youtube clip of the Oceanic OCi Dive Computer.