Enjoy the versatility of Puck
• New gauge display for easy readability
• Multiple attachment loops for flexible attachment
Console consisting of the Puck computer and
pressure gauge, completed by a compact
dedicated compass. Optimally angled shock
resistant console case for easy reading of
computer, gauge and compass at the same time.
The Mares-Wienke “Reduced Gradient Bubbles Model” algorithm is the most evolved algorithm to date for preventing the formation of microbubbles. Obtained from a study done by Dr. Bruce Wienke in the Los Alamos labs on over 10,000 real dives, RGBM algorithm incorporates Deep Stop function to further increases safety without compromising dive time.
SPECIAL FUNCTION MODE
Mares computers provide specialized program functions dedicated for the needs of specific divers. On the next pages, highlighted “letters” in this icon indicate that the Mares computerprovides that function. Air - Nitrox - Free-dive - Bottom-timer
PRECAUTIONARY PROGRAM SETTINGS
Many Mares computers can be individually set and adjusted to more conservative dive profiles if needed. When you do multi-level or multiple dives during a single day, you can choose different setting levels in order to adjust your computer to a more conservative dive profile.
The Easy Access push buttons allow the diver to operate the computer in all conditions, even when wearing thick gloves. Navigating through the computer programs is extremely simple and very intuitive, whether the computer is equipped with one, two, three or four push buttons.
SUPERIOR DISPLAY READABILITY
In order to offer easy-to-read instruments in every circumstance, Mares produces wide computer displays, with intense backlighting and high contrast displays. Featuring illuminated, oversized digits. Special attention is paid to maximize the viewing angle, to eliminate angular distortion and to always grant the best readability.
Mares computers are well known for having the strongest backlight illumination displays. This is only possible thanks to intelligent power supply management and the use of standard batteries. The display can be temporarily or permanently backlit (depending on the model) for better readability during night dives or dives with limited visibility.
Possibility for users to replace dead or weak batteries whenever and wherever needed. Standard batteries can be found almost anywhere around the world. You never need to abort a dive with a Mares computer because of a dead battery, and all your information is stored safely.