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Dive into the Future with the M2 from Scubapro



Human Factor Diving™ Creates the Ultimate High-Tech Wristwatch-Style Dive Computer

Mantis 2_face front_Transmitter_CMYK 1There are dive computers, and there are “personal” dive computers. The differences are considerable. A dive computer is a one-size-fits-all instrument that delivers the same basic computations regardless of who’s using it. A personal dive computer provides individualised “real time” data based on your biometrics, enabling you to maximize your body’s efficiency while creating a safer and much more enjoyable diving experience.

Through the development of Human Factor Diving™, Scubapro’s ground-breaking approach to dive computer design that combines Human Factors Engineering, Biometrics and Wearable Technology, Scubapro has created a line of dive computers that are compact, easy to use and, most importantly, provide detailed, real-time, self-tracking reports on how your body is functioning, both on the surface and at depth, so you can get the most out of your dive.

The newest example of Scubapro’s Human Factor Diving™ computer design is the M2. A wristwatch-style dive computer, the M2 is targeted to both serious recreational and technical divers, and is designed to be a go-anywhere, do-anything, “intelligent” personal dive computer.

The M2 has the ability to incorporate your personal data into workload computations at the highest level. Through the use of biometrics and other technological advances, you are now able to maximize your body’s operational efficiency. You can be alerted when you’re over-exerting, enabling you to avoid potential problems before they escalate into major events.


  • An Adaptive Algorithm. Scubapro’s ZHL-8 ADT MB PMG dive computer algorithm includes your respiration/breathing rate as an indicator of workload during a dive and adjusts the decompression plan to avoid risk factors.
  • Microbubble Settings. These enable the adaptive algorithm to adjust to your individual experience level, age and physical conditioning. Choosing a microbubble level between L0-L5 allows you to either take up less nitrogen or off-gas more quickly.
  • Profile Dependent Intermediate Stops. This calculates intermediate stops based on how much nitrogen your body has absorbed and takes into account current dive, previous dives and breathing mixes.
  • Heart Rate Monitor. Exclusive to Scubapro, by visually monitoring heart rate you can better assess your workload – real time – and promptly react to heightened stress or over-exertion. At the same time, the M2 incorporates this information into its workload calculation, adjusting the algorithm to make the dive safer. On a less critical level, measuring heart rate also lets you focus on increasing your endurance training, adding versatility to the dive experience by transforming it into a fitness sport.
  • Skin Temperature Monitor. This patent-pending feature is available when using the Scubapro HRM belt. It provides yet another aspect of your physiology that can be factored into the workload algorithm. For example, extreme cold can affect a diver’s ability to off-gas nitrogen. This additional information allows the decompression calculations to be updated, improve the overall diving experience.
  • Stroke Counter can be a valuable aid when exercising or lap swimming. By keeping track of strokes swimmers can also calculate distance.
  • Calorie Burning can be calculated by combining heart rate and workload data. In today’s fit-conscious society, it’s hard to find anyone who would not be interested in how many calories were burned over the course of a dive.
Scubapro HRM Belt

Scubapro HRM Belt


Offering a totally customized dive computing system, the M2 features a visually pleasing display screen, an intuitive menu and a simple circular navigation system, making it one of the most user-friendly dive computers on the market.

It looks great too. The casing is made of the highest marine-grade 316L stainless steel. The attractively machined bezel ring features engraved button labels and decorative hash marks. The black inner face ring on the display enables the mode indicators to stand out for easy reading, adding a pleasing contrast to the LCD display. The alphanumeric characters and graphics are well-ordered and easy to read. The four metal control buttons allow for easy navigation through the system’s intuitive menu. For leak-proof reliability, each button is assembled in a module using triple O-rings.

For daily topside use the M2 offers full timekeeping functions. For after-work sports and exercise, the altimeter and thermometer let you track hiking excursions into the upper elevations. The chronograph with lap memory is great for running, and it’s also possible to record your swimming time, number of swim strokes and swimming distance.

Sender_vorneWhen it’s time to go diving, the M2 starts with wireless air integration that can handle multiple transmitters. The coloured light of the smart transmitter informs you and your buddy of your tank pressure (green, yellow, red and blinking red). The digital tilt-compensated compass offers easy navigation under water or on the surface. With a maximum operating depth of 394ft/120m, the M2 has four underwater modes: Scuba, Gauge, Freediving and CCR. Its UWATEC ZHL-8 Predictive Multi-Gas algorithm can accommodate three gas mixes, from 21 percent nitrox to 100 percent O2, plus it offers a fixed PPO2 CCR algorithm for closed circuit rebreather diving. The M2 comes with a full dive planner and countdown timer in Scuba mode. For data downloading, LogTRAK software for both PC and Mac is included, and there’s a LogTRAK app for use on Android phones.

The M2 (incl. an extension arm strap and a 3M foil screen protector) is available from authorised Scubapro dealers.

M2 with transmitter and SCUBAPRO belt: £799.00

M2 without transmitter und SCUBAPRO belt: £539.00

Transmitter: £235.00

Scubapro belt: £64.00

For more information about Scubapro products, visit

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Jeff chats to… Sean Webb, Director of O’Three, about diving in the UK and the O’Three brand



In this exclusive Zoom interview, Jeff Goodman, Scubaverse Editor-at-Large, chats to Sean Webb, Director of O’Three, the well-known UK-based manufacturer of custom drysuits and wetsuits.

After a bath time quarrel with his sister, Sean’s Mum taught him a lesson.

She held his head underwater for what she thought was long enough for that lesson to sink in (We are talking the mid 60’s here), but the lesson learned wasn’t the one that was intended. It was then that Sean realized he was comfortable, in or under the water. He was six.

The coasts of Devon and Dorset became his playground. 17 years later, with a trip around the world and some incredible diving under his belt, Sean Webb founded O’Three.

Now in its 32nd  year, O’Three has evolved from a business with roots that are unashamedly rooted in UK diving, to a niche brand being enjoyed all over the world by discerning recreational, technical and commercial divers alike.

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Rather listen to a podcast? Listen to the audio HERE on the new Scubaverse podcast channel at Anchor FM.

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Fourth Element release new freediving suit



For 20 years fourth element have been pioneers of underwater thermal protection, experience they now bring to freediving.

Designed for recreational freediving, their new RF collection uses a optimum combination of Glideskin, Smoothskin and lined neoprene to maximise your freedom in the water, allowing you to focus on your breath, visualise and reach your limit.

The 3/2mm RF1 suit is easy to don, yet effectively sealed by Smoothskin seals at the wrists, ankles and neck. A ‘black-out’ zipper and robust inner linings ensure that this suit is more versatile than open cell suits, but water ingress is minimised keeping you warmer for longer.

Glideskin panels over the shoulders and along the legs give excellent stretch, improving fit and hydrodynamics, while subtle knee protection and more durable linings elsewhere ensure that this suit is practical for freediving in many environments.

The RF1 suit can be combined with the new RF vest to enhance thermal protection. This creates 6mm on the critical torso area and 3mm protection for the head, keeping suit flush to a minimum without adding restrictive bulk.

Discover the Recreational Freediving collection HERE

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Explore the amazing triangle of Red Sea Reefs - The Brothers, Daedalus and Elphinstone on board the brand new liveaboard Big Blue.  With an option to add on a week at Roots Red Sea before or after. 

Strong currents and deep blue water are the catalysts that bring the pelagic species flocking to these reefs. The reefs themselves provide exquisite homes for a multitude of marine life.  The wafting soft corals are adorned with thousands of colourful fish. The gorgonian fans and hard corals provide magnificent back drops, all being patrolled by the reef’s predatory species.

£1475 per person based on double occupancy.  Soft all inclusive board basis, buffet meals with snacks, tea and coffee always available.  Add a week on at Roots Red Sea Resort before or after the liveaboard for just £725pp.  Flights and transfers are included.  See our brochure linked above for the full itinerary.

This trip will be hosted by The Scuba Place.  Come Dive with Us!

Call 020 3515 9955 or email

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