Shearwater has announced the launch of the latest versions of its two flagship dive computers Perdix 2 and Petrel 3.
The Perdix 2 is, according to the Canadian manufacturer, their most durable and reliable full-size dive computer. An armoured case with a precision titanium frame and reliable titanium piezo buttons protect the high-performance electronics.
In turn, the aluminosilicate glass lens protects the brilliant, bright 2.2″ screen and provides greater clarity and resistance to impact and damage. A customisable strong vibration alarm system draws attention to critical diving moments.
Integration with four Shearwater transmitters allows you to expand from your first dive computer to a powerful, proven and advanced solution for technical divers. The whole thing is powered by a single AA battery, which can be easily replaced from the user’s level.
Perdix 2 is available in Ti and Ti Black colour versions.
Petrel 3 is, according to the manufacturer, the most versatile vessel in the Shearwater brand’s range. New 2.6″ clear AMOLED display is protected by a tempered aluminosilicate glass lens, titanium frame and piezo touch buttons.
Integration with transmitters (max. 4) is now standard, enabling customised solutions. From open circuit pressure monitoring to gas pressure monitoring in CCR units and bailout gas.
Enhanced safety with a strong vibrating alarm system and user-replaceable AA battery for long life and ease of replacement.
ThePetrel 3 is available in standalone or rebreather versions, with DiveCAN, 4-pin AK and Fischer connections.
Perdix 2 and Petrel 3 come with a familiar, highly intuitive and simple user interface. The whole unit is ready for a full range of single and multi-gas dives. Bluetooth connectivity and free Shearwater Cloud software enable dive data downloads and future updates.
Shipping of the new units will begin on 15 June 2022 (Americas and Asia). In turn, they will appear in Europe in mid-summer 2022.
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