The HAL 9000 BT is the new 2019 docking station that has the Bluetooth integrated. It allows downloading the dive sessions through the smartphone app "Cressi".
The specific App is available on the Google Play Store and App Store.
It comes with a USB cable for downloading the log files to a personal computer (PC and MAC).
It is compatible with Android (from OS version 7.0 onwards) and iOS (from OS version 10 onwards). Or to transfer data on PC (from Windows 7 onwards) and Mac (from Yosemite onwards) through USB connection.
The docking station is equipped with a CR 2032 battery included and replaceable by the user, which allows not to consume the internal battery of the dive computer.
CERTIFICATION EN250/2014 FOR COLD WATERThe T10-SEAL CHAMBER 1st stage is environmentally sealed, protecting it against icing in cold water and against contamination from particulate matter in silty conditions. When paired with the Master second stage, which includes an internal heat exchanger, this regulator is an excellent choice for divers exploring the most extreme cold water environments.
Very high performance regulator, same mechanics as the T10/Master but without the double stage regulator. Ideal for seasoned or professional divers who need extremely high performing equipment that is both simple and resistant, without any of the usual accessories that may get damaged.
In this way the stocks and orders are managed, the thermal conductivity of the suit is improved, normal fin sizing is maintained and the key hard boot-calf union is avoided, one of most common areas for breaks and water leaks in dry suits. Hood and paraffin zipstick included.
Cressis legacy of innovation began in 1939 with two brothers who shared a passion for the sea and a gift for technical design and working with their hands. Egidio and Nanni Cressi began by crafting masks and spearguns that would allow them to move and hunt more efficiently in the waters near their home. By 1946 their designs and products had become so popular they founded the Cressi company in Genoa, Italy. Today, although Cressi is a worldwide leader in water sports manufacturing, it is still wholly owned by the Cressi family, and the commitment to innovation is still in the companys DNA. It has a 60-year history of groundbreaking product development, and has often been the first to bring product advancements to the market. These include the Pinnochio mask, the first dive mask with a dedicated nose pocket for easier equalization, and the Rondine freediving fin, with its innovative long blade for maximum efficiency. Today innovations continue with the crystal silicone and angled lenses of the Big Eyes Evolution mask, and the latest in decompression algorithms of the Leonardo computer. This history of innovation is also made possible by a commitment to manufacture products in Italy at the Cressi facility. An investment in the latest manufacturing equipment and more than 16,000 square meters of roofed space, and the ability to have design and manufacturing process happening side by side has led to the absolute highest standards for quality. It also allows Cressi engineers to quickly develop, test and incorporate the latest materials and technologies. The results today are the same as they were in the beginning, the most advanced and best made products in the world.