Most divers would agree; if you invest in any piece of dive equipment, your first ought to be a good computer. Dive computers account for depth, bottom time, surface intervals, and other critical elements that keep us safe while diving. The world of dive computers is vast and varied, so let us break it down for you into more digestible bits. Computers may come as wrist top (watch style), console mounted, clip-on, and in rare cases as an in-mask Heads-Up-Display. Wrist top computers are the most popular option, staying out of the way and keeping your BC streamlined. These computers often require a tank transmitter to show air pressure, since they aren't connected by a hose. Console mounted computers are attached to your octo, and offer the most robust (and often times most affordable) option, with lots of information at your hands. Clip-on computers like the B.U.D. are good backup options in case your computer fails or runs out of battery during a dive. Whatever suits your needs and budgets, we can find the right computer for you.