Genesis 2 Compact Gauge Review
The measuring unit which a scuba diving gauge is designed with is just as important as the efficiency it delivers. As for the Genesis 2, it employs the imperial unit system as its system of measurement. This is a common system that is fitting for most of the diving needs among professional scuba divers around. Whether your preference is cold water or water or even if you are a professional, military or recreational diver, this system of measurement will be highly useful while providing the easiest reading possible. In this Genesis 2 Compact Gauge review, we will be discussing all the features and characteristics of this excellent diving gauge.
In use, many scuba divers have adjudged the Genesis 2 as an excellent diving gauge which is competent to provide dive information with accurate precision when diving. Among other things, some of the outstanding features of the Genesis but is not limited to being easy-to-operate, easy-to-read, highly responsive, lightweight and very durable.
If one is to go by the feature mentioned above, we will agree that they are a composition of all that a scuba diver will ever need in a good scuba gauge to give you a reliable experience. So, the Genesis 2 Compact has justified its position on our list of best scuba pressure gauge list.
A good scuba diving product development requires that the manufacturers have a genuine understanding of the would-be user, and access to the technology to satisfy those needs. Genesis made sure that the experience needed to accurately identify what was needed is highly considered when designing the Genesis 2. More so, they incorporated one of the best technological resources in the world into the design of the Genesis 2.
Efficiency is a good thing but then, it is important that a scuba diving gauge should also be very handy so that it can be easily maneuvered. Our Genesis 2 is a low profiled and ergonomically designed to fit into every divers hand with much comfort while being easy-to-read at a glance with its remarkable graphics. It also has an air filled depth gauge with a 0 to 200′ readout and maximum depth indicator.
So that you have the best experience while diving, this gauge has maximum depth indicator needle to indicate the deepest depth reached on every dive. This feature is helpful when logging dive information providing key information for repetitive dives. It also has a colored graphics which is intended to allow divers have better readings at a quick glance, this is placed at a strategic position on the gauge face. As a scuba diver, you will also fancy the luminescent interface of the gauge which comes in helpful when diving in dimly lit waters or at night.
Much like the depth indicator gauge, the pressure gauge on the Genesis 2 is also designed with high visibility graphics colored bright red from 0 to 500 psi of reserve air. Its orange indicators show reading above 500 to 1,000 psi for extended reserve air for deeper dives while the blue for beyond 1,000 to 5,000 psi. For better viewing in low lit areas, the pressure gauge face is also luminescent.
Genesis Pressure Gauge – Imperial
Case: Glass-Filled Noryl, Face (Lens): Lexan
0 to 5000 psi
It Has An SPG Fluorescent Dial
It Has An Attachment Point
7/16 Inches Thread
32 Inches (i.e., 81.3 cm)
Genesis Depth Gauge W/Max Depth Indicator (Imperial)
0 Inches 200 Inches
Depth Fluorescent Dial
It Has A Powerful One
It Has A Maximum Depth Indicator
1.75 Inches (i.e., 4.4 cm) In Diameter
- Imperial Unit Of Measurement
- 2-Gauge Analog Instrument Console
- Both Instruments with Luminescent Dials for Night or Low Light Situations
- Ergonomic Design Impact Resistant Rubber Boot
- Multiple Attachment Points for Clips or Lanyard
- 200 Inches Air Filled Depth Gauge
- High Visibility Graphics
- Color Coded for “At-a-Glance” Reading
- Strategic Color Coded for Safety
- Temperature Gauge
- Bright Red Temperature Gauge Needle for Ease-of-Reading
- Shock Resistant Bourdon Tube Mechanism
- Gauge Case: Tough Glass-Filled Noryl
- Gauge Face (Lens): Durable Lexan
- 32″ (81.3 cm) High-Pressure Hose with 7/16″ Threads
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Pros and Cons
- 2 gauge analog Imperial instrument console
- Luminescent dials for night or low light use
- Ergonomic and impact resistant rubber boot
- 200′ air filled depth gauge
- 0 to 5,000 psi read out
- Needs upgrade for better features
The Genesis 2 as an excellent diving gauge which is competent to provide dive information with accurate precision when diving. Among other things, some of the outstanding features of the Genesis but is not limited to being easy-to-operate, easy-to-read, highly responsive, lightweight and very durable.