Atomic Aquatics Cobalt 2 on sale
Second generation dive computer packs extra features
Atomic Aquatics has introduced a revised version of the popular Cobalt dive computer.
The Cobalt 2 outwardly looks the same as the first model, but inside has a more powerful processor and extra functionality.
The large screen is a bright new LCD display featuring a new ‘auto screen brightness’ function, which should be handy during low vis UK dives.
The manufacturer has also revisited the compass function to make improvements and it is now more responsive.
Cobalt 2 is multi gas capable, with the number of switchable mixes doubled from three to six.
The new unit retains many of the useful features from the first generation. So it is rated to 100 metres depth, and uses Atomic’s own RGBM algorithm.
Operating time is between 40 and 60 hours with a fully charged li-ion battery, and the computer can connect to a PC via USB.
Best of all, the new Cobalt 2 costs exactly the same as the previous generation: £900.15 RRP.
The Atomic Aquatics Cobalt 2 is shipping now in the UK. For a full overview of features, check out the Atomic website.
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