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any user review for the current Cressi freediving computer?

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seafareria

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Cressi Drake Titanium was my last dive computer and it's out of service therefore I'm seeking a new computer now.
Drake is quite simple to use, durable and also cheap for me, comparing to some popular dive computers such as Suunto D4, D5, D6...

I decided to stay with Cressi and noticed some freediving computer such as King and Neon.
which computer is recommended? pro and cons? or maybe other model could be better?

my demand is pure: I'm not an elite diver so any fancy function will be meaningless for me and of course I do care about flaws.
I would be happy if the computer can be supported by Cressi longer so that i can purchase wrist strap replacement easily in the future.

https://www.cressi.com/catalogue/index.asp?CategoriaCOD=06f

thanks in advance.:)
 
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