The latest COSMIQ+ Gen 5 model has been upgraded with additional memory to accommodate up to 200 dive logs compared to just 25 logs in the previous generations of COSMIQ+ and COSMIQ. With the increased on board memory capacity, the Free Diving Mode depth alarm on the COSMIQ+ Gen 5 also has also been increased to 6 customizable depth alarms compared to only 3 depth alarms in the previous models.
At Deepblu, we carefully considered every detail on the new 2019 COSMIQ⁺ dive computer to improve its physical performance. That is to say, we overcame he biggest challenge of strengthening the chassis without significantly increasing its overall size. As a result, the new chassis is equipped with additional fasteners, a redesigned o-ring and 35% thicker material while maintaining the contours of its signature aesthetics.
Beyond displaying the time and date on your dive computer, the Watch Mode will also show you the counting Surface Interval (S.I.) from your last dive, the remaining No-Dive time and No-Fly time. Moreover, you can plan your dives with the Dive Planner by pressing the Adjust button on the right.
As most dive computers, scuba mode measures the vital information such as depth, duration, temperature, maximum depth and ascend rate during your dives. Furthermore, it calculates the No-Decompression Limit in real-time. Also, it suggests when you should make a safety stop and when you need to make a deco stop. Above all, you can set adjustable depth and time alarms on the COSMIQ dive computer or with the Deepblu app.
Bottom Timer Mode on the COSMIQ⁺ Dive Computer is designed for more advanced divers or when using COSMIQ as a secondary dive computer. In other words, the Bottom Timer Mode on this dive computer measures and displays current depth, average depth, continuous dive time as well as stage time. You can reset the average depth and stage time by pressing the adjust button on the right.
Freedive Mode on this dive computer displays the current depth, time elapsed, temperature and maximum depth on a free dive. It has a built-in Surface Interval (S.I.) function that counts the time between dives too. What’s more, you can set the adjustable depth and time alarms directly on the watch or on the Deepblu app interface.
All in all, the Dive Log Mode on lets you quickly browse through the last 25 dive logs on your dive computer. To this end, it provides you the maximum depth, total dive time, lowest water temperature, entry time, date and dive type (scuba/ freedive/ nitrox) on every dive you log. Press the Adjust button on the right when you want to flip through you dive logs on your COSMIQ⁺ Dive Computer.
Whenever you are ready to sync your dive logs onto your iOS or Android smartphone, put your COSMIQ⁺ Dive Computer into Sync Mode. Meanwhile on the Deepblu app, navigate to “Menu > Your Dive Computers” and choose Deepblu COSMIQ. Straightaway, you can pair your COSMIQ⁺ dive computer to your smartphone for the first time. Subsequently, uploading dive logs and adjusting settings are just a few taps away.
What makes the COSMIQ⁺ dive computer special is that it allows you to upload your dive logs wirelessly through the Deepblu App. When you import photos and videos taken from your camera, the app plots them onto the profile of your dive at the correct depth and duration automatically. Meanwhile, learn what other information you can add to enrich your dive logs here.
The COSMIQ⁺ dive computer features a 2.2 inch, pixel-less, bright, colorful and high-contrast display. In short, real-time dive information is displayed with astonishing clarity, even in the deepest depths and on night dives without shining your torch onto it.
All divers using a COSMIQ⁺ dive computer enjoy free, over-the-air (OTA) firmware updates through the Deepblu app. When there is a new firmware update released, you will be notified right away through the app. Most importantly, our research and development team is constantly working to add useful features onto your COSMIQ⁺ dive computer and improving your overall user experience.
The COSMIQ⁺ dive computer is rechargeable so you don’t have to worry about switching batteries or returning to the shop. Consequently, every COSMIQ⁺ dive computer comes with a magnetic USB charging cable. A full charge gives you up to 10 hours of diving depending on its brightness settings and standby time of up to a month.
Every COSMIQ⁺ dive computer also comes with two NATO wrist straps, plain and camouflage. Crafted from nylon and stainless steel hardware, the wrist straps have enough range for you to wear your COSMIQ⁺ dive computer directly onto your wrist, with a wetsuit or even with a drysuit.
The COSMIQ⁺ dive computer is designed for scuba divers and freedivers as a primary or secondary dive computer. Water resistance is rated at 100m or 330ft. A single gas mixture of pure air or nitrox, 21% to 40% oxygen, can be used. Click the button below to see full specifications
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Detailed documentation on how to set up and use the COSMIQ⁺ dive computer.
Two-year global warranty covering all design and manufacturing defects.
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