Online Mares computer training

Puck and Icon HD owners offered interactive schooling

Author: Pat
14th April 2012
 

Picture of the Mares Icon HD dive computer
Mares Puck and Icon HD computer users can now sign up for online tuition.

The multimedia courses are provided by US-based DiveComputerTraining.com

A fair bit of thought has gone into the interactive tutorials. They’ve been put together using audio and video, with professional-looking animations.

get more out of your computer

As perhaps an indication of how powerful the average dive computer has become, there are 41 lessons available in total.

Subjects covered range from programming your Puck or Icon HD pre-dive, navigating with the compass, decompression settings and gas switching.

On the screen is a ‘virtual dive’ simulating each various situations. There are quizzes along the way and at the end, the student is subjected to a final test.

The class costs $11.99, so if you own a Mares Puck or Icon HD and the features have left you a bit baffled, this looks like a cheap way of getting more out of it.

 
 
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