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Cressi Neon Dive Computer Watch Black




Neon has a diameter of only 48 mm and a high contrast display of 37 mm. It is a scuba diving/apnea watch-computer of extremely reduced dimensions.

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 mineral glass and the case is heavy duty with steel buttons that have an underwater resistance of up to 120 m.

PTU rubber wrist band with stainless steel buckle.


High contrast display with extra-large numbers

Easy access menu

12/24 time format with calendar and seconds

Precision stopwatch

Second time setting

Alarm clock

Backlit display

Surf time, desaturation and no-fly time calculator

Low battery alert

Metric or imperial units


Display of all diving parameters



Dive calculator

Maximum dive depth

Dive time

Length of surface interval between each dive

Length of diving session

Depth, dive time and surface interval alarms

Recovery time alarm

Visualisation of time at dive phase

Package Includes

  • 1x Cressi NEON DIVE COMPUTER Black

    Cressi RGBM algorithm
    Complete diving data processor
    PPO2 1.2-1.6 configuration
    It is possible to select hyper-oxygenated mixes during the dive phase. GAS1 21-50% GAS2 21-99%
    Graphic indicator of CNS toxicity level of oxygen
    Safety stop indicator
    Multiple level safety factor configurations
    Altitude configuration
    Algorithm for managing the uncontrolled ascent
    Suitable for repeated, multiday decompression diving
    It is possible to alternate between nitrox and air diving even during desaturation
    Visualization of time at dive phase
    Add / remove deep stop
    Alarm in case of breach of ascent speed, decompression or PPO2
    It is possible to disable the ascent alarms
    Indicates time at dive phase
    Factory reset available, useful for renting purposes
    Planning: scrolling of no-decompression limits