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The Smart Air is the extension to the popular Mares Smart, the dive computer that came on the market 4 years ago. One of the extra features compared to the Mares Smart is the possibility to control the dive computer with a transmitter. Curious about all functionalities? Read on!
The Mares Smart Air is the latest version of the Mares Smart, which was launched 4 years ago. Unique to the Mares Smart Air is that the software can be upgraded if necessary and the dive time can be read to the second. Other functions of the Mares Smart Air:
Unlike the Mares Smart, which is available in a variety of colours, the Smart Air is only available in black.
The Mares Smart Air can be connected to a transmitter, which signals the air pressure in the cylinder to your computer. Do you already have a Mares Quad Air or Mares Icon HD? Then you can use the same transmitter for the Mares Smart Air. The Smart Air can be expanded to 3 transmitters. To connect the dive computer to a PC, you need the Bluelink Pro from Mares. This is the interface to read out the dive computer, which works with Bluetooth. You clip that Bluelink Pro over the dive computer. This is where the Bluetooth transmitter and receiver is located. The Bluelink Pro is not included as standard in the Mares Smart Air, but is optional.
The Mares Smart Air has a beautiful screen and is clearly legible. This screen ensures that the information is shown clearly. The display is made of tempered mineral glass which has a high scratch resistance and ensures good readability. The transmitter flashes in three different colours. Each colour has its own meaning:
"The Mares Smart Air can be connected to a transmitter, which signals the air pressure in the cylinder to your computer."
Buying a dive watch is often a matter of taste. The dive watches can also be worn as an everyday watch. Are you looking for a dive watch with transmitter function? Please take a look at the products below to make a well-considered choice. These are similar to the Mares Smart Air. Need help choosing? We will be happy to help you!
Would you like to know more about all the functions of the Mares Smart Air, do you need some advice on choosing your dive computer or do you have any other questions about our products? Contact us today. We will be happy to advise you. Of course you are also welcome in our megastore in Nijverdal to come and see the Mares Smart Air.
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