Popular dive computers the Suunto Zoop and Suunto Vyper have a brand new look and extended set of features. Last week Suunto unveil two new big-display dive computers the Suunto Zoop Novo and Suunto Vyper Novo and these new and improved wrist computers will replace the iconic Zoop, Vyper and Vyper Air.
The new improvements include the same 4 button menu-based interface as the Suunto D-series dive computers. As well both the Zoop Novo and Vyper Novo come with bigger digits and a built in backlight making them easier to read underwater.
Suunto Zoop Novo
The Suunto Zoop Novo is a great first computer that makes diving simple. The Zoop Novo has everything you’ll need in a dive computer whether you’re just starting out or looking to buy a new dive computer. It comes with a big, super-bright backlit display which makes it easy to understand key dive data at a glance. This simple to use dive computer includes full decompression capabilities, five dive modes (Air, Nitrox, Gauge, Free and Off) and straight-forward, menu-based Suunto user interface.
Suunto Vyper Novo
The Suunto Vyper Novo comes with a few more bells and whistler for divers wanting to take diving to the next level. The Vyper Novo includes advanced features like optional wireless air integration and a tilt-compensated 3D digital compass. Vyper Novo give you the ability to switch between up to three gases and oxygen up to 99%. All of these features open new possibilities for diving longer and streamlining you equipment.
Both dive computer come with a built-in dive planner and the ability to download detailed graphical logs and dive data to your computer. However, only the Vyper Novo includes the download cable in the box. If you want to download your dive data from the Zoop Novo you will have to purchase the cable separately.