The Vyper is no exception to Suunto's brilliant dive computer history demonstrating effortless operation and versatility in a mid range computer. The Suunto Vyper is the choice computer of diving professionals and recreational divers world wide. One up from the Zoop it is liked for the same reasons, but it also has a backlight so it's good for night dives, along with a gauge mode, making it great for snokeling and freediving.
If you’re a recreational air diver the Suunto Vyper is a perfect companion with its full decompression algorithm ensuring that your dive stays within safe limits, air settings also calculate your ascent speed to ensure you ascend at a safe speed
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For advanced divers the computer also supports you when using enriched air, with a Nitox programme for mixtures between 21% and 50% oxygen and you can adjust the oxygen partial pressure between 1.2 and 1.6 bar. Free divers will also be pleased to hear The Vyper also features a gauge mode which works as a depth gauge and timer. A comprehensive profile memory works in all modes allowing you to check your profile post dive, with an optional extra of purchasing the Suunto PC interface which gives a detailed graphical display of your dive via your PC.
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Easy to operateThe Vyper is one of the standard dive size computers available from Suunto measuring 60 mm in circumference, which means it is clearer to see and read than some of the smaller watch models. The Vyper comes mounted in a wrist strap but can be worn either on the wrist or can be removed and mounted in a console, or even a DSS bungee mount. Large buttons mean it’s easy to use whilst wearing gloves and the back light means you can see the screen even on the deepest darkest dive, also lighting up automatically when any of the built in alarm’s are activated.
The Vyper is a great all rounder delivering the best Suunto technology in a dive computer that will not let you down.