Real divers wear pink

Suunto D4i – this time it’s personalised

Author: Pat
4th May 2012
 

For divers bored of the Navy SEAL look, Suunto’s D4i range is available with a colourful range of accessories.

Wriststraps are now available not only in standard black, but also blue, yellow, red, white… and even bright pink.

be the envy of your Navy SEAL unit

The D4i is one of Suunto’s more affordable recreational computers. It has Nixtrox capability up to 50%, and can be synced with Movescount, the Finnish company’s online sports community.

Owners can also opt for air integration via wireless transmitter on your tank.

For those descents into the gloom, the D4i has ‘deep stop’ options. Choose these and the computer adds in extra decompression stops at depth.

Freedivers are well catered for with the computer’s extensive Apnea mode.

So if you’re after a new all-rounder, check out the (pink) Suunto D4i. You’ll be the envy of your special forces unit.

 
 
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