Aqua Lung i770R Dive Computer W/USB


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  • High-visibility Thin Film Transistor (TFT) color screen with easy-to-use interface
  • Bluetooth data transfer to the DiverLog+ app*
  • Hoseless gas integration. Our patented Gas Time Remaining Algorithm provides calculations in real time, allowing accurate gas management.
  • Paired-for-life transmitter. Once you pair your transmitter to your i770R, it’s done—there’s no need to ever pair again.
  • Rechargeable lithium battery


Brand: Aqua Lung

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The most tech-savvy diver will appreciate the i770R’s Bluetooth capability and cutting-edge high-visibility TFT color screen, as well as its robust functionality and intuitive, compact design. With standard features that include a rechargeable battery, 3-axis full-tilt compass, easy three-button navigation, multiple gas capability and 4 operating modes, managing your dive has never been easier. And, with options for hoseless gas integration via a paired-for-life transmitter and the DiverLog+ app, you can integrate technology and connectivity to all your dive adventures.

Product details
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 5.5 x 4 inches ; 12.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B07GZXCY87
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Computer was charged ready to go dive, at first it showed 0 PSI then it stopped working when out of the water the computer was leaking fill with water all flooded, would not recommend.

I have been using an Oceanic OC-1 AI wrist computer for the last 8 years or so with no technical problems. But my presbyopia is catching up with me causing some difficulty seeing the data on the screen. Pitty, since its been a great computer. So I purchased the i770R with a nice easily readable screen. Still does all I need (PADI Open Water/Nitrox) as an experienced recreational diver PLUS it will AI with my Oceanic transmitter! It comes with a dive log software program but I have been using MacDive. The only glitch is I haven't been able to download the dives onto MacDive despite MacDive having the i770R on their compatibility list.

I was in the market for a new dive watch when I came across this wonderful piece of kit.

The screen on this dive computer is beautifully bright and colourful and can be adjusted to suit your own preferences, even with the ability to auto dim after a period of time when you are beneath the surface. With only 3 buttons to use the menus are very simple to navigate and its extremly easy to change any settings that you require. As a recreational diver all the information that you would possiblly need can be displayed clearly on the main screen, this includes depth, dive time, no deco time, air time remaining, dive time, gas pressure when used with a compatible transmitter, gas mixture & max depth with current gas mix if using nitrox. In addition to the said information there are 2 colourful bars at each side of the watch screen, one displays nitogen tissue loading and the other being ascent rate. This works by filling the compartments from green to amber to red and then all flashing when values have been exceeded.

All dives are logged on the computer and can be offloaded to the Diverlog + app which is very useful. This is done with bluetooth which works very well. It is worth noting that the app can also be used to change the watch settings and update the firmware.

There is also a useful compass that can be accessed easily from the main dive screen from which you can mark headings etc.

Highly recommended watch for recreational divers.

Finally, a decent dive computer with a color screen that is bright enough. I have about 6 dives on this i770 now and use the Diver Log app to change the settings and capture my dives. Log book is now on the shelf for good.
Oh and I like the band too.