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#323
NEW Oceanic Veo 1.0 Dive Computer Never Used $200 FREE SHIPPING
diablox1 - 11/05/2011 9:57 AM
Category: For Sale
Replies: 4

BRAND NEW NEVER USED Oceanic Veo 1.0 Dive Computer. I won this during a raffle at my local dive shop and I don’t need this. I’ve turned it on and browsed a couple of the menus (see pictures) to make sure it works (though I’ve never used it in water). This is the WRIST MOUNT, it IS NOT the console version. Asking $200, Free shipping!!
More info on the oceanic website here: http://www.oceanicworldwide.com/us/veo-1-0/
Here are my pictures of the actual computer followed by a description of it from Oceanic’s on website:

Simple is as simple does. The Oceanic Veo 1.0 is a solid basic computer designed for air or single gas nitrox mixes up to 50 percent. It displays only essential information during the dive in easy-to-read digits; uses effective bar graphs to present nitrogen loading and ascent rate; and offers useful features like an automatic safety stop countdown timer that ticks off three minutes when you ascend to 15 feet. A single push button is all that’s required to navigate the settings and the sequences are intuitive with help from the excellent owner’s manual and waterproof prompt card.
  • Powered by Oceanic’s Exclusive Dual Algorithm™ - Your choice between Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis) or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis)
  • Air or Single Nitrox Mix to 50% O2
  • Safety Stop Countdown Timer
  • Water and/or manual activation
  • Single button access to "Last Dive" display (max depth & bottom time)
  • 12 dive on-unit log book
  • Memory Reset for rental and training applications
  • Diver-Replaceable Battery with 8-second "Hot Swap"

  • Modes of Operation Norm (Air/Nitrox)
    Push Buttons 1
    User Interface Click forward
    Mounting Options "Hockey Puck" Module, Wrist, 2 and 3 Gauge Consoles
    Activation Water or Push Button
    Algorithm Basis Dual Algorithm™ Your choice between Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis) or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis)
    Altitude Algorithm Basis NOAA
    O2 Limit Basis NOAA
    Tissue Compartments 12 (5 to 480 minutes)
    Automatic Altitude Adjustment 2,000 - 14,000 ft
    Deep Stop OPTIONAL - :02 COUNTDOWN TIMER AT 1/2 MAX DEPTH FOR DIVES DEEPER THAN 80 ft/25m
    Decompression Capability 10 - 60 ft (3-18 m)
    Automatic Safety Stop Prompt 15 ft / 3m - 3 min
    Ascent Rate Range 11-30 fpm / 21-60 fpm
    Ascent Rate Maximum 30 fpm (60 ft)
    Diver Replaceable Batteries YES
    Battery Type CR2450
    Battery Life 300 DIVE HOURS
    8-Second "Hot Swap" retains calculations during battery change YES
    Low Battery Indicator (Graphic) YES
    Calendar / Clock TIME
    Operating Depth (NORM) 330 ft / 100 m
    24 Hour Time to Fly Countdown YES
    Calculated Desaturation Fly Countdown YES
    Dive Mode Displays MAIN, UP TO 2 ALTERNATES AND 1 SECONDARY
    High O2 Alarm / Warning 300 SOTU / DOTU
    High PO2 Alarm / Warning 1.6 DEFAULT OR USER SETTING
    On-Unit Log Capacity 12 DIVES
    Pre-Dive Planning Sequence PUSH BUTTON 30-190 ft
    Temperature Display YES
    Nitrogen Tissue Loading Bar Graph YES
    Oxygen Loading NUMERIC %
    Variable Ascent Rate B
    #14456
    LatitudeAdjustment - 11/08/2011 10:26 AM


    From EskimoBluDay: Hate to burst your bubble but LeisurePro has this computer for $150, no shipping.



    I was wondering if someone was going to point that out, I picked mine up new at a divers flea market for about that.


    Dispite the fact that the Veo is my backup computer it’s the one I go to when I want the time, Cochran want’s more than that to add the time to their $300 mixed gas computer.
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    diablox1 - 11/08/2011 12:07 PM
    Thanks for the reply guys. Sold for $200. I know/knew it is cheaper than this on other sites, but i also know thatlower cost is not always the key factor in a sale.
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    diverray - 11/08/2011 3:57 PM
    Congratulations. It looks like everything worked out all around.