Cressi Leonardo Review

July 8, 2023
David Sunnyside

The cressi leonardo review is one of the most popular dive computers on the market. It’s designed to be user-friendly and easy to navigate for new divers. It uses a large screen to display a range of important information including a safety stop, dive profile, oxygen toxicity bar graph and audible and visual alarms to warn divers about depth limits and ascent rates. It also has a variety of conservatism settings so that it can be tailored to your own diving habits.

A big plus for this computer is its durability and build quality. It can handle a lot of rough scuba use and the one-button navigation is great for beginner divers who want to avoid accidentally pushing the wrong button! However, it’s worth remembering that this is a precision instrument and should be treated with care. It’s important to protect it from extreme heat sources and always wash it thoroughly after each use, scrub off any dirt or debris and dry it carefully. Also, be sure to store it away from heavy equipment and never let it touch your cylinder!

The Cressi Leonardo is a good choice for new divers on a budget or for dive centers that need to rent out multiple computers at a time. It competes well with other budget models such as the Mares Puck Pro and Suunto Zoop Novo. Both computers offer similar features such as a single-button navigation, a logbook capacity of 60 or 70 hours and nitrox, air, and gauge modes. The Puck Pro edges out the Leonardo with a feature for gas switching but it’s probably not something that most beginner divers will be using often.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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