Details for Suunto Zoop Orange
Suunto Zoop Orange:
- Easy to use with super-bright phosphorescent LCD display
- Air and Nitrox modes for a range of dive situations
- Continuous decompression with the Suunto RGBM algorithm
- Built-in dive planner for planning upcoming dives
- Optional PC interface for detailed graphical logbooks and dive data analysis
- Wrist or console mountable
Suunto Zoop is a great value, easy-to-use dive computer for recreational divers. Though Suunto Zoop is a great choice for your first dive computer, its full decompression capabilities and nitrox mode mean it’s designed to give you years of serious fun.
Easy-to-use push buttons, a straightforward menu structure, and a super-bright phosphorescent LCD display make Suunto Zoop really simple to operate. You can wear Suunto Zoop as a wrist unit, or mount it on one of Suuntos Combo consoles.
With its two dive modes – Air and Nitrox – Suunto Zoop is a versatile computer. It can be programmed for nitrox mixtures of 21% to 50% oxygen and adjusted for oxygen partial pressure of between 1.2 and 1.6 bar.
Using the Suunto RGBM algorithm, Suunto Zoop enables continuous decompression for optimal ascent time. Both ascent rate and available no-decompression time are displayed graphically with clear color-coded indicators. Visual and audible alarms are given whenever necessary and you can also enable maximum depth and dive time alarms.
Plan and review:
You can test upcoming dives and view no-decompression time data for different depths before getting in the water with the built-in dive planner. When the dive is over, use optional Suunto Dive Manager PC software to transfer your dive data to your computer for further analysis and to maintain a detailed logbook featuring graphical representation of all your dives.
Did you know...
The name of Suunto Zoop dive computer was inspired by Zooplankton – animals that wander the oceans propelled by the currents.
Battery power indicator ✓
Low battery warning ✓
User replaceable battery ✓
Backlight type Phosphorescent Display
Menu-based user interface ✓
Operating temperature 0°C - +40°C / 32°F - +104°F
Selectable metric/imperial units ✓
Storage temperature -20°C - +50°C / -4°F - +122°F
Water resistance 100 m / 328 ft
Weight 68 g
Altitude adjustment ✓
Ascent rate monitor/alarm ✓
Ascent time display Up to 99 min
Audible alarm ✓
Consumed bottom time graph ✓
Dive planner ✓
Full decompression data ✓
Lifetime history memory ✓
Log book memory ✓
Maximum depth alarm ✓
Maximum depth display 99 m / 328 ft
Operation mode Air ✓
Operation mode Nitrox ✓
Personal adjustement ✓
Profile sampling rates in seconds 30 s
Safety stop ✓
Suunto RGBM decompression model ✓
Temperature display ✓
CNS% + OTU calculation (OLF) ✓
Max PO2 adjustment 1.2-1.6
O2 % setting 21-50%
PC Software: Suunto Dive Manager
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Dive master cmas
There is no reason to buy any other expensive diving computer. Zoop has all I need. Its the clever choice.
I have a Suunto Zoop one year and a half, the computer has everything you may need, very good product.
The Zoop, as all Suunto products, is a quality product. An entry-level computer but with everything the recreational diver might need. Clear winner in its category...
Nice piece of kit, works great. Simple to use, gives all relevant information for most divers. Could use a better backlight, though with that price it doesnt matter, if its dark you need a flashlight anyway.
Bought a Zoop 2 1/2 years ago, happy with so we bought one more for our trip to The Philippines. On our first dive here last week, the "old" one did not work! Checked it before departure, and it was ok, carried it in the carry-on- luggage on the flights. Yes, its a cheap and simple computer, but should that affect the quality? I can manage without the functions and design on more expensive computers. Now Im confused, what shall we replace the old computer with?