Oceans S2 dive computer crowdfunding campaign launches

Up to five transmitters can communicate at a range of 15 metres apart

Author: Pat
31st March 2021
 

Oceans S2 dive computer

Oceans is introducing the S2 Supersonic dive computer, which builds on the success of the Oceans S1 launched in 2019 and adds some clever new touches.

Swedish company Oceans introduced the previous generation as the ‘first wearable dive computer with built-in buddy comms’, which made it possible for recreational divers to instantly communicate underwater.

Oceans says the new S2 Supersonic improves every single aspect of the S1, through the introduction of additional features to this next generation of the S-series dive computers.

  • Upgraded buddy comms feature with predefined messages
  • Air integration with Oceans TX Supersonic tank pod
  • Redesigned cover and wristband
  • Upgraded display and system chip
  • Optional bungee kit

The new TX Supersonic allows up to five transmitters to communicate at a range of 15 metres apart, which is ideal for dive instruction or guided groups.

As before, the S2 will be available through a crowdfunded campaign on  Kickstarter, with early bird discounts available for enthusiastic backers. Oceans plans to send first S2 shipments in autumn 2021.

You can learn more about the exciting products coming from Oceans on the oceans.io website.

Oceans S2 – introduced by Fabien Cousteau


Oceans S2 dive computer poster

 
 
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