Complete a PADI Scuba Diving Course with Downbelow in Kota Kinabalu, and get a whopping 39% discount on the awesome Suunto Zoop Diver Computer.
Available from Downbelow’s Dive Shop in Kota Kinabalu, the unbelievably low priced Zoop is available at just RM 575 – a 39% saving – if you complete a course with us!
Is the Zoop for Me?
Suunto Zoop is an easy-to-use, great value dive computer for recreational divers.
Yes, the Suunto Zoop is a great choice for your first dive computer, but advanced features like full decompression capabilities and nitrox mode means it will be with you to give you years of serious fun.
- Easy to use with super-bright phosphorescent LCD display
- Air and Nitrox modes for a range of dive situations
- Continuous decompression with the Suunto RGBM algorithm
- Built-in dive planner for planning upcoming dives
- Optional computer interface for detailed graphical logbooks and dive data analysis
- Wrist (standard version) or console-mountable (optional)
- Available in yellow or orange
What else can the Zoop do for me?
Easy-to-use push buttons, a straightforward menu structure, and a super-bright phosphorescent LCD display make Suunto Zoop really simple to operate. You can wear Suunto Zoop as a wrist unit, or mount it on one of Suunto’s Combo consoles.
With its two dive modes – Air and Nitrox – Suunto Zoop is a versatile computer. It can be programmed for nitrox mixtures of 21% to 50% oxygen and adjusted for oxygen partial pressure of between 1.2 and 1.6 bar.
Using the Suunto RGBM algorithm, Suunto Zoop enables continuous decompression for optimal ascent time. Both ascent rate and available no-decompression time are displayed graphically with clear color-coded indicators. Visual and audible alarms are given whenever necessary and you can also enable maximum depth and dive time alarms.
Plan and review
You can test upcoming dives and view no-decompression time data for different depths before getting in the water with the built-in dive planner. When the dive is over, use optional Suunto DM4 software to transfer your dive data to your computer for further analysis and to maintain a detailed logbook featuring graphical representation of all your dives.