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Hey all, I've currently got a d4i as my main computer. Recent battery woes on a trip really made me think about having a spare computer, and how a spare computer could easily be planted on the camera rig. Questions please: 1. With the d4i I'm not hugely impressed with the battery life (I don't get to do more than maybe 40-50 dives a year and a £40-50 bill annually to service it is starting to add up!). And I feel it may be overly conservative. Is there a good alternative to the d4i or should I keep it as my primary? 2. If suunto is decent, what kind of secondary is good for an 'on the rig' computer? Id love one with a large display, perhaps a zoop or similar, assuming suunto use the same algorithm across the board. 3. What's the preferred setup of a backup computer on the camera rig? Are there best practices here? Pictures would be great! ☺ Thanks! SineTwo
I have two of these I'm trying to sell - nothing wrong with them, just want to upgrade. Each of them have approximately 50 dives logged. Batteries on both units replaced mid-late 2019. Includes original box, USB cable, etc. Asking USD 300 each, or USD 500 for the pair + shipping.
Suunto D9 Dive Computer w/wireless transmitter *Used* $670.00 USD Photos attached This is a used dive computer in excellent condition with some scratches, functions perfectly Wireless air pressure transmitter Titanium Bracelet (extra links for sizing) and Elastomer Strap with extension USB Sync cable New Battery and check up for both D9 and transmitter on 2/16/2015 Original Box, Suunto Dive Manager CD, Instruction manual PayPal only Shipping within the United States Included (overseas inquire) $670.00 USD If not satisfied this information is 100% correct upon receiving the item I will refund your payment if you ship it back to me.