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Better software than suunto dive manager for freediving

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Nov 13, 2004
I own a suunto D3 since one year and I am quite happy with it (and I will be until I will not be able of putting my hands on a F1 :), but as everyone of you owning one of this watches probably know, the software provided with it (suunto dive manager) is not particularly suited to freediving.

Most of the features are not useful at all (saturation, ait pressure, air consumption, etc.) while some are not available, e.g., the possibility of changing information about location and so on to a group of dives at once, a better way of organizing a large number of dives.

Clearly the software has been designed having in mind the requirements of scuba divers (who usually do at most a couple of dives each day).

Any of you know a different software that could be used with the D3? I just need something to graph my dives and organize/store them efficiently.

Thanks in advance for your reply.

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