ZOOP NOVO COMPUTER
An easy-to-use, nitrox-capable dive computer for recreational divers. Made in Finland.
Whether you’re just starting out on your diving journey or looking to explore new underwater adventures, Suunto Zoop Novo has everything you need. With your easy to understand key dive data available at a glance on the big, super-bright backlit display, all you need to do is suit up, dive down, and enjoy the view. This simple to use dive computer includes full decompression capabilities, five dive modes (Air, Nitrox, Gauge, Free and Off) and straight-forward, menu-based Suunto user interface.
- Air, nitrox, gauge and freedive modes
- Big clear display with backlight
- Made in Finland
- Suunto RGBM
- Measurements - 66.1 x 66.1 x 26.2 mm / 2.6 x 2.6 x 1.03 "
- Weight - 120 g / 4.23 oz
- Bezel material - Composite
- Glass material - Acrylic
- Case material - Composite
- Strap material - Elastomer
- What's in the box? - Suunto Zoop Novo Black, quick guide, warranty leaflet, safety leaflet, display shield and Suunto logo sticker
- Five modes: air, nitrox, gauge, free and off
- Full continuous decompression algorithm – Suunto RGBM
- Built-in dive planner Detailed graphical logs and dive data with your PC/Mac using Suunto DM5 software (no cable in the package – sold as an accessory)
- Innovative apnea timer for freediving, and a timer in air/nitrox modes
Its ability to operate in multiple modes, safety features (decompression stop data, audible alarms, and easy-to-read display), and simple menus mean the Suunto Zoop Novo will provide critical dive data when it is needed quickly and accurately. It employs the reduced gradient bubble model (RGBM), which is an algorithm developed to calculate decompression stops. This algorithm is a model used to determine how much gas is accumulated during a dive and how much time is required at your safety stop(s) to safely surface.
Easy to Use
Large segment digits display your depth at the top. The central section has a dot matrix screen that can display more complex information easily and spell out what each piece of information means.
Four button user interface allows for an easy to use menu structure similar to other high-end Suunto dive computers, so navigating the Zoop Novo is quick and easy.
The screen itself has a backlight to illuminate itself in the dark, activated by holding the menu button. The phosphorescent screen will also glow in the dark when charged by a torch or bright light.
A built-in Apnea Timer enhances data function during freedive activities. Use it for interval training while freediving. This timer is also available in Air and Nitrox modes.
The display now features a partial dot-matrix section, like the higher spec HelO2 and D-Series computers. With this section more complex information can be displayed without the need for confusing abbreviations.
Suunto's Zoop Novo dive computer is PC-compatible (with the add-on USB Interface Cable), so you can easily store your dive data (up to 140 hours at the 20 second sampling rate) and logs on a PC. It is activated by water, so you don't have to worry about forgetting to start your computer and losing a single dive's valuable data.
Because this computer is wrist mounted, there's never a need to search for your gauge console when you want to check on your depth, maximum bottom time, dive time, and no deco time. All of that information is available at a moment's notice, right on your wrist. In addition, the Suunto Zoop Novo has a new back lite display which makes seeing your dive data easy during night and day dives.
The Suunto Zoop Novo provides a depth display to 100 metres (330 ft), its clock can be set with a 12 or 24 hour format, provides temperature reading above and below the surface to 1°C (1.5°F) accuracy and is altitude adjustable up to 3,000 metres (10,000 ft). The computer can be programed for Nitrox mixtures from 21% to 50% oxygen and displays oxygen partial pressures from 1.2 to 1.6 bar (17.4 psi to 23.2 psi).
The Suunto Zoop Novo has Audible and Visual Alarms designed to let you know when important limits or presets are being reached. By default the depth alarm sounds at 30 metres (100 ft). You can adjust the depth according to your personal preference or switch it off. There is also a daily Alarm Clock which can be set to activate once, on weekdays or every day.
The Suunto Zoop Novo is powered by a user replaceable 3 volt CR2450 lithium ion battery.
The perfect companion for SSI’s training program: OPEN WATER DIVER