|Mobile Dive Computer?
an App for that ;-)
Going on a dive trip and forgot to take the dive computer manual with
Just completed a dive and wanted to know why your dive computer was
beeping at you?
worry ... we (almost) have an app for that :-)
take your iPod / iPhone / iPad; launch the DiveComputer app, and dive -
no pun intended - into the online class of your dive computer ...
wherever you are ... whenever you want.
... almost.... you need an Internet connection too :-)
have been working for quite some time on an iOS application for Dive
Computers and we are now in the final stages of testing (or so I hope
everything goes well, soon you will be able to see your dive computer
in action on your preferred Apple device.
Mantovani (aka eDiver)
r16 Simulator Released
anticipated in the April Newsletter we have been working for quite some
time on a "Free for all Deathmatch" gaming mode and early this month
with released r16 that includes this new mode.
Currently you can play in this mode only in the "Graveyard Deathmatch"
- When playing on a deathmatch site:
- The game will start once one other diver has joined your buddy dive.
- The number of times you die will be tracked.
- Whenever your death is caused by another diver that diver will get a
- Other divers will not be visible on the map or via the "Show Diver
Names" toggle key.
- At the end of a 20 minute round, the diver with the most points wins!
on the server the r16 release notes.
Orientation Open Water 2
NEW old site
might have noticed that the Orientation Open Water site has been
off-line for quite sometime.
have been working on a major update and now I am glad to report that
this site is in full service again.
When diving this site, you will be met by your virtual instructor that
will take you for a guided tour of the simulator and will show you
quite few tricks.
While diving this site, you will also have a chance to see another
instructor leading a team of advanced divers to their deep dive.
This site features also an online help
; so, if you are
confused, just press F1.
One more thing; there are plenty of Bubble Credits scattered around in
If you became a member in the last 4 months, most likely you did not
have the opportunity to dive this site and I recommend you go back to
it to complete your virtual training.
Best Kept Secret :-)
you like to be able to use all our virtual gear for FREE?
Find the MAGIC
The Magic Bubble has special powers!
If you own a Magic Bubble you will get free access to ANY GEAR
that is available in the simulator!
are ONLY 9 Magic Bubbles in the whole eDiving world and to find out
where they are hidden check out this POST.
and get your Magic Bubble NOW!
happy customer and an happy family .....
Wyatt, from Clarksville, IN, is the winner of the Cobra 3 contest and this is what
she had to say about the Cobra 3 online class and the actual product:
"My 10 year old son and I began diving and
became certified in October 2010, and my husband has been certified
since he was 16. We trained with the Cobra 3 dive computers and found
them very easy to read and use. We decided that we wanted our own
computers that we would be familiar with, so we bought 3 of the Cobra 3
dive computers (so far) because they are so easy to read and use. We
are diving with our 10 year old son, so it is very important to us that
he be able to understand, read, and use the dive computer.
The three of us sat down and went through the online training course
together. It was very easy to understand and helped all 3 of us
understand and learn so much more about the computer and what it's
capabilities are. Our 17 year old son is getting ready to start his
diving course this summer, and we want him to have the advantage of
having his own Cobra 3 dive computer also.
In my opinion, the Suunto Cobra 3 dive computer is a must have for
divers of all experience levels!"
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Since the last
newsletter we have released two more online classes::
Ocean Reef - UW Communications
of today we have released 30 Online Classes:
AERIS: XR-1, XR-1 Nx, Manta,
Oceanic: Veo100, Pro Plus 2,
Veo 1.0, Veo 2.0,
Veo 3.0, VT3, Geo,
Geo 2.0, Atom 3.0, OC1
OceanReef: UW Communications I
Scubapro: Galileo Sol,
Suunto: Gekko, Zoop, Cobra,
Cobra 3, Vyper Air
D4, D6, D9, HelO2
TUSA: ZEN IQ-900
You can enroll in our Online Classes either using an ACTIVATION CODE, or BUBBLE CREDITS,
or by purchasing it online via PayPal.
If you just bought a dive computer, make sure to ask your dive store
and/or your instructor for the class ACTIVATION CODE.
Also, starting from January 1st, 2011, Aeris and Oceanic are offering a
free online class if you register your dive computer with them. Check their website for
If you are a dive retailer, or an Instructor, you can purchase ACTIVATION CODES at our ONLINE STORE.
|Dive Computers Contests
Thanks to our sponsors, you can WIN
real dive computers!
To participate in a dive computer contest you need to take the online
class for the model-specific dive computer and to win the dive computer
you need to be the fastest one to complete the class. For more info
click on the various links below.
Here is a list of contests:
Oceanic Pro Plus 2
Stephen Domorod, North Haven, CT.
Frederick D. Baker, San Francisco.
Oceanic Geo 2.0
Mathew Barrett, Venus, Florida.
Tusa Zen IQ-900
Steve Simpson,Tempe, AZ.
Oceanic Veo 3.0
Jorge A Medina, Hialeah, FL.
Scubapro Galileo Sol
Robert Murry, Cape Coral, FL.
Oceanic Veo 1.0
CLOSED - Kyle Kenley, Rockville, IN.
Aeris Atmos AI
CLOSED - Darrell Brackett , from Lenoir City, TN.
CLOSED - Angela (Angie) Unruh, from Rogers, AR.
Suunto Cobra 3
Rachel Wyatt, from Clarksville, IN.
Oceanic Veo 2.0
May 31, 2011
Suunto Vyper Air
June 20, 2011
ScubaPro Aladin 2G
Jan. 31, 2012
Aeris XR-1 NX