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  1. My partner and I have just "invested": in a Scubapro G2 dive computer each. These were to replace the excellent Galileo Lunas we have had for a number of years and which have been terrific (and which we are happy to sell on if anyone is interested - with transmitters). The G2 is very neat, you can change the colours on the screen and the battery is rechargeable. Although it took a bit of getting used to after the Luna, the G2 is also very good. One thing though that we cannot figure out and wondered if anyone else has had a smiliar experience, is the sound level of the warning beeps. They are almost inaudible - and certainly compared to the Luna or its predecessors. Either Sint Maarten has especially dense, sound-blocking sea-water, or we are both going deaf (ok, I am) or the computer beep machine needs a tune-up and volume boost. We can't find a volume setting. Anyone having the same issue or maybe know how to solve it?
  2. Lightly pre owned Scubapro G2 Dive Computer and Transmitter with approximately 100 dives on the clock. $1250 plus shipping and we'll split any transaction fees. Let's make this quick.
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