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The Best Dive Computers For 2021 | Dive Brief

We’re about halfway through 2021 if you can believe it. And, most of the dive computers that are going to be released this year have been released. I imagine some more will be announced at DEMA later this year, but for dive computers available on the shelves this year, let’s take a look at some new dive computers for 2021, and a few of our favourites.

Timestamp
00:00 – Hello
00:30 – Peregrine
01:23 – I330R
02:05 – I300C
02:45 – Perdix
03:28 – Teric
04:25 – K-Bye

Sources
https://www.simplyscuba.com/Shearwater-Peregrine-Dive-Computer/ss58212052.htm?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=divebrief

https://www.simplyscuba.com/Aqualung-I330R-Computer-Dive-Computer/ss58219405.htm?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=divebrief

https://www.simplyscuba.com/Aqualung-I300C-Computer-Dive-Computer/ss58202294.htm?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=divebrief

https://www.simplyscuba.com/Shearwater-Perdix-AI-Dive-Computer/ss58201417.htm?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=divebrief

https://www.simplyscuba.com/Shearwater-Teric-Dive-Computer/ss58212057.htm?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=divebrief

https://www.simplyscuba.com/Dive-Computers/sssd1360.htm?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=divebrief

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  1. Simply Scuba

    Dive Computershttps://bit.ly/2UFD5js
    What is your favourite dive computer? What are you saving up for and why? Let us know why below.

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  2. Tim Verkoyen

    I own the Suunto EON core and the Garmin Descent Mk2i. Happy with both of them.

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  3. Xiaoyu Bai

    It would be better to show some demos of these dive computers.

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  4. Ali Vlogs

    Hi any idea about the garmin mk3

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  5. Abbad Abduljawad

    Where is the garmin mk2i

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  6. Aaron Reynolds

    Thanks for this great information. The first Aqualung link is broken… Takes you to all Aqualung products rather than just the dive computer you mention.

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  7. Felipe Mejia

    Can't beat the Aqua Lung i330R or the Shearwater Peregrine if you are going for budget.

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  8. DoggoPotato 8

    i was looking at the teric but then I found a Suunto d5 for half off

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  9. codyyim1

    I just got a peregrine as my first computer, and have been loving it! The screen is easy to read and extremely beautiful!

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  10. Jeff Mortell

    Garmin Descent MK2i – My recreational hobbies go beyond just diving and so does the Descent. It's basically a Garmin Fenix 6 with awesome dive modes added. It also uses sonar for it's AI which gives it a range of 40ft. Allows you to pair it with multiple AI modules. Let's say, your kids are just getting into diving and you want to be able to monitor their gas along with yours. A radio frequency AI module would give you maybe 4 ft. The sonar extends that range significantly and allow you to monitor them as well.

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  11. Steven Sanford

    I love my Perdix AI for my recreational and technical diving needs!

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  12. Roberto Gonzalez Lages

    Mk2 very happy with. I recall them not talking good things of it. But is a great dive computer as well dailly smartwhacht

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  13. Robert Ornelas

    Call me old school but all you need for a 30 feet dive is a watch, a depth meter and your tables ?

    I mean just do your 3 minute deco stop at 10 feet for 3 to 5 minutes .

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  14. Stafford King

    Really… you been bought?
    Ok you throw out the Terik as the best out there… sure good computer… but best … well it's got a lot of work to catch Garmin. Garminn has everything the Terik has and then
    GPS… CRAZY!!!!
    Heart rate monitor.
    And then it has …. let's see
    Apnea
    Yoga
    Sky Diving …. Ya that's right
    it has tide charts
    Run
    Bike
    Golf
    Hike
    Pool swim mode
    Kayak
    Breathwork training
    Strength training
    triathlon …. well that won't get much work from me lol
    Ski
    cardio training
    and my favorite Tactical.

    I love shearwater… but like most things it has run it time.

    There is nothing on the market even close to the Garmin MK2i
    i own a dive shop and got it about 2 months ago and am just over 100 dives on it.
    Two complaints. The AI makes noise… allot of noise it screams … i will contact them to find out of that can be changed. and i can't make the compass bigger.

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  15. Mostafa El-Damaty

    Garmin mk2i descent deserves a mention

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  16. Wayne Sitarz

    Suunto Companion since about 1995 (on second battery). Picked up a Tusa Imprex (same thing) as a backup. Basic computer.It does the job and lasts. I have thousands of dives in 30 years. I'd get a Suunto Zoop if I wanted a newer model.

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  17. Peter Draper

    Interesting that there's no mention of Suunto.

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  18. MFA

    Mk2i ??

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  19. SandrexTV

    Looking forward to christmas as well buddy!😂

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  20. John P.

    I was looking at the Aqualung i550c air integrated with compass…. Any thoughts?

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  21. Michal M

    Buying peregrine tomorrow:)

    Btw, great video (as always!)

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  22. Charles Markel

    Do any of these use deco stops and safety stops in their total ascent time calculations?

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  23. S Harker

    How on earth can you do this review without mentioning Garmin’s MK2 series??? While the models you mention are contenders, Garmin’s decimates them! Make it seem as if you are being political 🤔

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  24. nikhil.s

    where is Garmin MK2S ??

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  25. weedywet

    no Suunto?

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  26. Death2PC

    Best computer……? None, ever. They're a crutch.

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  27. FaddaWolf

    what does no one like that mares genius?

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  28. Po

    Garmin MK2i

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  29. Pelle Lidell

    I love my Suunto Eon Core – a superb dc equipped with everything I could possibly need as rec diver. Easy to navigate, great color screen and great design. Quick battery charge time – then good for 14 hours of diving. It's served me flawlessly for 2 1/2 years.

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  30. Larry Holder

    I’m good with the i200c for now, but will share this vid with persons who I know need to invest in their own computer.

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  31. wytefoxx

    Is there a cat in the office? I see furs on your shirt.

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  32. Michael Waegemans

    I bit the bullet. Im diving ratio idive tech+ still discovering it 🙂

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  33. BazzyTX

    It doesn't get better than the Peregrine for Rec diving. Though I will always have a special place in my heart for my Cressi Leonardo. The Leonardo was my first computer after I passed the " I ain't trusting my life to no computer! I'll stick with tables and a watch!" phase. 😆

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  34. Erik Nodland

    Nerd 2 on my loop

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  35. Hellrazor

    I own a Peregrine. Great DC. I upgraded from a Mares puck. Which is OK, DOES EVERYTHING, but u cant beat the screen, vibration, size, blutooth, battery of the Peregrine.

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  36. Francis Lacasse

    Perdix AI 😍

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  37. Ivory Johnson

    Perdix AI hoping to get Teric as a backup and NERDII

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  38. Paul Dawson

    What, no Garmin?

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