ScubaPro Chromis

Scubapro are living up to their usual level of excellence with their Chromis multi-sport computer.  Designed to be a wrist dive computer the Chromis is a true sports computer with a lightweight housing and a range of colourful options.  The Chromis is perfectly happy at 30m on 32% EANx, in the pool counting strokes and distance or on a cliff with it's built in altimeter. For the Summer 2015 season here at Simply Scuba we are offering the Chromis at the great price of £245 until the end of September 2015 55032-SCUBAPRO-CHROMIS-DIVE-COMPUTER-LIME

Dive Chromis

The Chromis comes with Scubapro's core dive features with a new crisp display that has a new font exclusively designed for the Chromis which is easy to read even at depth.  In the water you have a full-featured deco computer with Nitrox, Gauge and Apnea mode to dive on air/nitrox, act as a simple gauge or to freedive without decompression obligations.  Scubapro's MicroBubble feature lets you choose from five levels of conservatism that will suggest a more conservative dive profile or you can choose to stay deeper and the Chromis will adjust accordingly without penalising.

Swim Chromis

On the surface you can set the Chromis to count the number of strokes as you swim and you can calibrate it to work out your distance traveled in the water.

Climb Chromis

The built in Altimeter, Thermometer, Stopwatch, Dual-Time, Alarm and full time features make the Chromis useful in and out of the water and the light weight, low profile housing is perfect for the sportsman who does more than just dive.

3 comments

  • Hello,
    I just purchased a Scubapro chromis. Can you please tell me how to get it out of hibernation mode?
    I really appreciate your help

    Frog121
  • I just purchased a scubapro chromis. Can you tell how to use the apnea mode and stay in apnea mode?
    Thanks – I appreciate it!

    Sam
  • Hi,

    Thank you for your enquiry. Our dive team have stated that generally if you hold down the select button for a few seconds this should work.

    Certainly holding down one of those buttons usually works.

    We hope this information assists.

    Kind Regards,

    Dawn – Simply Scuba.

    Simply Scuba

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