Mares Nemo Wide Scuba Diving Computer

A Review

Mares Nemo Wide Scuba Diving Computer Review

Overview

It is true that we all want a dive computer that is highly effective in delivery and can be trusted to be reliable and durable. But it won’t harm to have one that combines all these highlighted features with an aesthetically sound body. Here, the Mares Nemo can boast of having that fusion and even more so a higher degree. This is what makes the Nemo Wide distinctive from other computers in the Mares lineup. In this Mares Nemo wide review, we shall be examining all of the quality features that this gear promises and also hinting on some of its demerits too.

This is a very distinctive dive computers largely because of the way it combines sophistication with outstanding delivery. If you fancy a stylish gear that is also weightless on your hand, then this 2 centimeters thick dive computer is your precise choice. Its huge monochrome display is among the endearing feature it has and so is the option of contrast adjustment, big and very easy to read numbers under very different angles of view. Now, combine those with the solid mineral glass and you will find that you have a complex dive computer that has no need for a screen protector.

The four big buttons on the surface make it easy to access even if you are wearing thick gloves while diving in cold water. More so that you can have an enjoyable experience while diving, this computer has an easy to understand and intuitive interface that provides quick access to all functions.

The Mares Nemo Wide 2 Diving Computer is the second generation of this feature packed wrist diving computer from Mares. The big display of the Nemo Wide, an Air and Nitrox Dive Computer, makes it easy to use and easy to read with clear, big readable digits. This new Nemo Wide 2 model now also incorporates a bottom timer mode with a stopwatch function.

The Mares Nemo Wide 2 is potentially an absolute must for any scuba diver particularly those divers requiring a little help to read a computer – with its ‘oversize’ digits and superb clarity of dive information.

Superb ergonomic wide screen design. Mares have paid particular attention to the design of computer to optimise readability. The size of the digits, the clarity of the screen and backlighting as well as a 170-degree viewing angle. Visible screen size measures approximately: 5.5cm x 3.5cm.

 

Mares NEMO diving Computer uses Mares-Wienke RGBM (Reduced Gradient Bubbles Model) Algorithm. The algorithm largely treated the technical phenomenon of Micro-Bubbles with the aim of preventing their formation. Today, Mares-Wienke RGBM has been consistently adjudged as the most-evolved-algorithm that efficiently reduces the formation of Micro-Bubbles without compromising dive times.

Mares Nemo Wide Review

Nemo’s design made it easy to use and read by all categories of divers while being Intuitive and reliable. In order to achieve a well-optimized readability for divers in every circumstance, the manufacturers of Nemo paid special attention to creating the computer that has a large size of lettering and bright display.

Another key characteristic of Nemo is that it is Simple-to-Use and very user-friendly. A testament to its simplicity of use is the strategically designed easy access push button that allows divers to maintain good operations in every condition. You are also provided with one of the best plan mode display around through which you can pre-plan your dive in advance.

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Specs

Algorithm Mares-Wienke Rgbm (Reduced Gradient Bubbles Model) Algorithm
Depth Display 150 Meters
Audible Alarm Has an Audible Alarm System
Altitude Adjustable Yes, Up To 3,700 Meters
Backlight Possess A Good Backlight
Operating Mode Air, Ean Up To 3-Mixtures And BT
Upgradeable The Device Can Be Upgraded
Memory Capacity 38 Hours
Display Type Imperial and Metric Display
Power User Replaceable 3-Volt CR2430 Battery
Display Type Imperial and Metric

 

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Features

  • User Interface: 4 buttons
  • Dive Modes: Air, Nitrox, Gauge
  • Algorithm: Mares – Wienke RGBM
  • Number of Gas Mixes: 3
  • FO2    Air, 21% – 99%
  • PO2    1.2 – 1.6 ATA
  • Automatic Safety Stop (SS)
  • Automatic Deep Stop (DS)
  • Conservative Factor PF0/PF1/PF2
  • Altitude adjustment (0 to 3700 meters)
  • Possesses Gas Switching
  • Dive Planner: 12 – 48 meters
  • Logbook Capacity: 40 dive hours maximum
  • Max Operational Depth: 150 meters
  • Backlight duration: 4 sec
  • Sampling Rate: 20 sec
  • Has A User Replaceable Battery


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Pros and Cons

PROS:
  • Three varied gas mixtures for a single dive
  • Calculates decompression schedule
  • Readable with wide, high contrast display
  • Air, nitrox and BT function modes
  • Simple, easy access buttons

CONS:
  • This is a rather expensive gear
  • It has a low memory capacity

 

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Editors’ Opinion

This is a very distinctive dive computers largely because of the way it combines sophistication with outstanding delivery. If you fancy a stylish gear that is also weightless on your hand, then this 2 centimeters thick dive computer is your precise choice.

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