We welcome the new Suunto Zoop Novo Dive Computer

We welcome the new Suunto Zoop Novo Dive Computer

Suunto's much loved entry level dive computer has had a swish upgrade with the new Zoop Novo! Nearly every diver has used if not seen the old Suunto Zoop or Suunto Gekko, both of these dive computers are used by entry level divers and dive centres around the world as rental computers due to their reliability, usability and versatility.

The new Suunto Zoop Novo has all the same features of it's predecessor with a few extras packed in. The main change sees the Zoop Novo adopt the same 4 intuitive navigational buttons used on Suunto's D-series computers, making it easy to scroll and set dive information. The Zoop Novo has an enlarged matrix screen offering better contrast and readability and also comes with a handy backlight, eliminating the need to shine a torch on it to check your depth or time.

The Zoop Novo has 5 modes giving you the ability to dive in air, nitrox, freedive and gauge mode. It's also available in 3 cool colours should you wish to stand out from the crowd.

Priced just under £190 and bursting with new features, you'll be hard pushed to find another dive computer to match the new Zoop Novo

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