The Cressi Neon is a stylish wristwatch sized, two Air and Nitrox gas capable, wrist dive computer for scuba diving, with added freediving apnea and gauge modes.
Great for Scuba Diving, Freediving, Spearfishing, Snorkelling and Swimming
After the successful Leonardo, Giotto, Newton, Drake, Goa, and Cartesio, Neon is the seventh project designed, developed and produced in Italy 100% by its subsidiary Cressi Elettronica. The Cressi Neon has a diameter of only 48 mm and a high contrast display of 37 mm. This makes it a scuba diving and apnea wristwatch sized computer of extremely reduced dimensions.
The Cressi Neon supports up to two Air and Nitrox gases. As you ascend from a dive the Neon will begin to flash as soon as the maximum operational depth of the second mix has been reached. This tells you that, at that depth, and lesser depths, gas switching is possible.
It is also an ideal watch for other underwater activities, thanks to the deactivation option of the 'dive' functions that avoids unnecessary alarms ringing while you're snorkeling or swimming.
The display is made of scratch-resistant sapphire crystal mineral glass which is extremely durable. A bump-on adhesive protector, flexible and completely transparent available.
2 Year Warranty
Cressi guarantees the performance and quality of its products. On Cressi dive computers purchased in Australia the warranty is 2 years from the date of customer purchase. In overseas countries the warranty is only for two year in the country of purchase.
Perfect watch for scuba and freediversBy: Brian Purnell on 9 April 2020It has all the functions for different divers for various need. I use it a lot for spearfishing and user interface is very friendly
Essential tool for divingBy: Colin on 25 November 2019no matter scuba or freediving, all good, perfect working and accurate
Great computer for beginner/intermediate diverBy: Andrew on 11 May 2019I will never be a great diver, but I do love to dive and I do so wherever I can. What should a diver like me own and carry around? Mask and snorkel are what I've chosen but I've added this dive computer. Although the double-button operation seems clumsy, it works very well in practice and adjustments are easy. Directions could be much better, but that can be overcome. Screen is easy to read, back-lighting is sufficient, and the audible alarm is almost disturbingly loud, but it's an alarm! I usually dive with Nitrox and this computer handles that task with ease. I use the most conservative settings, although one can change to less conservative. The wrist strap is long, but there's a great keeper to control it. Using Nitrox means that I must use a dive computer and I dislike depending on the dive company. I do like being able to track my own diving, too, and start being more responsible for my own safety.