|Style||Giotto Diving Computer|
|Display Size||6 Centimeters|
|Number of Items||1|
|Included Components||Dive Computers|
|Item model number||KS740050|
|Product Dimensions||14.99 x 14.48 x 13.21 cm; 0.4 Grams|
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|Installment Plan||Monthly Installment||Total|
|3 months||AED 365.43||AED 1,096.30|
|6 months||AED 182.72||AED 1,096.30|
|9 months||AED 121.81||AED 1,096.30|
|12 months||AED 91.36||AED 1,096.30|
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|Item dimensions LxWxH||15 x 14.5 x 13.2 centimeters|
|Item weight||0.4 Grams|
About this item
- Dive program: full processing of dive data, including decompression if applicable, for every dive performed with air or nitrox
- 3-button interface: effortless to program air, nitrox and gauge modes
- High-definition screen
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Giotto is a dive computer. It has a large display with interfaceUser Friendly Display System (UFDS) which facilitates navigation and understanding of the menu structure.It manages completely nitrox mixtures and can use two different EAN mixtures during the same dive.Air, Nitrox, and Gauge Modes.Thanks to the reset option, it eliminates the residual nitrogen to allow consecutive dives performed by different users. The algorithm integrates RGBM and deep stop (optional).
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Cressi were completely useless when trying to claim under warranty (I have to send it to Cressi UK at my expense - then they send it to Italy - then it takes approx 7 weeks for them to look at it). I even emailed them a video of it not working - next to a working Suunto Zoop at 19m. It behaved as if I was on the surface (I could enter dive plan mode / PC Link / etc) - it was clear it didn't work and the battery was full.
I "fixed" it myself by turning it off and on again (it is a computer after all), but have no confidence in it working properly for the future.
Then there's the software to transfer your dives to a computer. It's atrocious - it's like you've taken a step back to the turn of the millennium. Download it for free before you buy anything (search Cressi's website for it). It won't work on a tablet and probably not a Mac - and it's not exactly straight forward on Windows.
I didn't bother to send mine back - I'd rather put the tenner I'd have to pay for postage towards a decent computer and be done with this.
The screen is big, but not too big, and the display is very easy to read underwater.
The ascent notification and deco features are good, and easy to follow.
The menus are easy to navigate and the extra buttons means added simplicity over the Leonardo.
There are a few things that could be better:
having the safety stop timer countdown in seconds aswell as just minutes.
The instruction manual is VERY conservative and recommends you not use this computer for deco diving, even though it has the facility!
One last word to the wise... The Giotto doesn't come with a computer cable, this is supplied separately for around £50.
All in all this is an awesome computer and I would certainly recommend it for beginner and intermediate divers.
However, is a big and reliable instrument for ocasional recreational use that will keep you safe if used corectly. Is not hard to use.