Scubapro Galileo Hud Dive Computer is here. From
Scubapro's Galileo Hud dive computer.
The perfect answer for divers who don't want to wear a computer on their wrist.
We love dive computers, they are our back up brains that help keep us safe by giving us the really useful information we need as divers when we need it.
Dive computers have been the industry standard around the world for well over a decade. They have actually been in use since the Orca came out in 1983!
In New Zealand there has been resistance by some divers for using them as they don't want to scratch them hunting bugs. Well all that is behind you, this computer attaches to your mask.
Compatible with the Frameless HUD and any other twin lens mask using the Scubapro Hud Mask Holder Kit.
So whether you are gathering seafood, taking photos, performing demanding skills that mean you are too busy to look at your arm or console, the Scubapro Galileo Hud allows you to see the information you need without stopping what you are doing.
To see your gas pressure you will need a Scubapro transmitter.
2 Dive Algorithms:
Choose between Predictive Multi-Gas BÃ¼hlmann ZH-L16 ADT MB PMG or ZH-L16 GF for your dive.
The Galileo HUD is one of the coolest things I’ve used diving. Having everything you need for your dive, including your depth, NDL, time and gas pressure without having to look at your wrist is amazing, especially when you’re concentrating on a photo, watching or helping your buddy or even doing a gas switch on a technical dive. The compass works really well too, displaying the bearing, but also a scrolling indicator, which has north marked red. I found this really helpful on a dive site at the Poor Knights that I had never dived before - we found our way right back to the boat thanks to it! The air intervention is excellent for keeping an eye on your gas pressure.
The interface is easy too, it’s a rotary button that you turn and press, with an easy to navigate interface. All in all the HUD is easy to use, and makes diving much easier, especially navigation.