Pyle Snorkeling Master Watch


If you love heading underwater for some Nemo-watching sessions, then you would definitely do well to own a timepiece that is able to withstand the rigors of underwater life. After all, it can be all too easy to lose yourself when you are underwater, considering how everything beneath the sea level seems so surreal. Here is a candidate that you might want to consider – the Pyle Snorkeling Master Watch. This is the latest addition to the Pyle Sports range, and is best used for snorkeling (obviously), but its usage is not limited to just that, as it also caters to those involved in free diving, boating and other underwater sports activities.

The Pyle Snorkeling Master Watch is a water-resistant sports watch that not only keeps the time, but will also enable you to record and store data in its dive log. This is no ordinary dive log, since it can hold up to 100 records, and each dive record will squirrel away a bunch of important details such as time and date, dive duration, maximum dive depth, minimum water temperature and dive site indication information.

Some folks might take offense at the 100 record limit, but I would say that if you can procrastinate writing down 100 records somewhere else, surely space for 1,000 records will also be inadequate, not to mention it would be a whole lot harder trying to figure out details of past dives since they happened all too long ago already. Enough about that though – let us see what else the Pyle Snorkeling Master Watch packs. It boasts of half a dozen six function modes, including Current Time, Chronograph, Countdown Timer, Dual Time Mode, Dive Mode and Dive Recall Mode to help underwater users keep track of important information during their snorkeling adventures.

Being water resistant up to 330 feet, the Snorkeling Master will also come with the all important safety feature, a dive alarm which will activate whenever you emerge at a rate that is faster than 6 meters per minute. Not only that, an integrated thermometer measures the temperature of the water from 14°F to 140°F. To make sure you can see the watch’s display, an electro-luminescent backlight is there to help you out. You can choose from Black, Green, Orange and Red colors for $99.99 a pop.

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Bob eves Says: June 21, 2013 at 4:38 am

Does the watch have a surface timer. It is very important to track your surface time (recovery time) as well as your actual dive time and depth

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