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Salvimar one VS Omer Mistral (dive computers)

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Homerkp

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I don't know if this would be a double post as I posted in free diving equipment as well. If so apologies, I'm trying to get some info before making a purchase today.

I had my eye on the Omer Mistral. A friend recommended the Salvimar One, which is cheaper. However I wanted to verify two issues first. An article on this site said that the Salvimar was tight on a 7mm wet suit. I use a 7mm for half the year. I tried to compare to other watches but couldn't find any info on circumference. Here is the article:

Also, I heard that the Salvimar registers depth only after 1.2 meters. I believe the Mistral shows instant depth, which may be important for shallower ambush dives. What are your thoughts on that function?
 
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