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Mares Nemo???

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JumpBlue

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Hi all. I`m new here. I`m planning to buy Scuba computer "Mares Nemo", but first I wanted to ask if someone has some experiance with Nemo.
So Scuba divers if you`re diving with him please share you experience.
I don`t know is it worth to buy it!

Thank you all.Alex
 

samdive

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any freedivers have an opinion on it while we are asking? looks a lot cooler than my Stinger!!

Sam
 

pim

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Hi,

Yes I have experience with Nemo....besides the looks it is also a great computer. Double alarms on both divetime and depth (loud enough with 5mm suit). Easy to use, sadly the interface not on USB available (when I bought the computer). Interval rate 2s is ok for most of us, 1s would be better for analysing the data on pc.

Also tested on scuba, no problems there either, only compliments on the Nemo...sofar 6 months of pleasure forgetting the trouble I had with the Suunto. :waterwork (see other threads on Deeperblue)

greetings Pim
 

DiversClick

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MMM Nemo from Mares... looks quite girly, but also the main bad point is that you can't get the surface interval.
So if you are planning to work with this computer, is a pain in the *ss to when you should go back to the water with your divers and/or students.

for the price you pay the mosquito is a better option.... and cheaper...
 

JumpBlue

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How do you mean no surface time, this is c/p from Mares web page??

Surface functions

-Surface time
-Log book for storing 50 dives in memory
-Profiles of the last 50 dives, at 20-second intervals (max. 38 hours)
-Desaturation time display (desat)
-Time-to-fly display (no fly)
-Calendar and clock function
-Air temperature
-Self-diagnosis
-Scrolling of no-stop times for planning repetitive dives
 

DiversClick

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Surface interval. Time between 1st dive and second dive.
you can calculate your next dive profile... but when people ask you... how long have we been out of the wate.r..
you have to check your exit time and then your actual time to calculate the time you have been out...

When we saw the Nemo back in Nov in Thailand, between OWSI and DM we coudn't figure out why Mares missed something like this... many of the people that bought the Nemo, sold it and bought a Stinger... (more expensive / but it looks LESS STAR TREK....)

Cheers
 

mps798

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very good one.I really like it and use it . nitrox and air , no trimix (if you aim to )
 
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