Equipment Review: Oceanic Veo 4.0 (Watch Video)

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For an entry level dive computer, the Oceanic Veo 4.0 has to be one of the most feature-packed units around.

Despite the low £250 price tag, the Veo 4.0 has a fresh new look on its predecessor and feels comfortable to touch and wear.

It has a user replaceable battery and an extra long strap to cater for drysuits, and with its simple 2-button interface the menus are super easy to navigate.

Despite this being a low cost entry level dive computer, it still provides the diver with the option to switch between the DSAT and Z+ algorithms depending if you need to dive a no deco or deco dive profile, and incredibly the Oceanic Veo 4.0 will allow you to add three gas mixes to a dive profile ranging from 21%-100% O2.

Add to this the functionality of easily connecting to the DiverLog+ app and the Oceanic Veo 4.0 becomes a computer that is perfect for all levels of experience.

Perfect for beginners for a first dive computer, and ideal for those more experienced who are looking for a cheap secondary backup dive computer.

Visit www.oceanicworldwide.com to find out more.


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Richard Stevens

Richard Stevens

Richard Stevens is a keen underwater videographer and half of the team at Black Manta Photography with his partner Hayley. He is a qualified TEC50 and sidemount diver who has been diving for nearly 15 years with hundreds of dives in varied locations around the world. A keen marine conservationist, with a passion for large pelagic marine animals, Richard has studied marine biology and spent time studying the ecology of sharks. Richard also has a huge ‘lust for rust’ and a burning desire to delve into the world of cave diving. Armed with his camera, his aim is to inspire others to witness the marvels in our beautiful oceans for themselves.

One Reply to “Equipment Review: Oceanic Veo 4.0 (Watch Video)”

  1. Mark says:

    Thanks Richard. That was a great review of the Oceanic Veo 4.0. I was wondering if the Veo 4.0 computer needed a cable for firmware updates as the Aqualung I300c does. It appears the firmware updates for the Oceanic Veo 4.0 are via the Bluetooth.

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