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BubbliciousAnn

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Re: DeepBlu Cosmiq
« Reply #40 on: 12 May 16, 14:00 »
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  • Just received my red one today! Love the case that came with it... But am a little puzzled how to sync with the app...

    wsusanto

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    Re: DeepBlu Cosmiq
    « Reply #41 on: 11 Jun 16, 17:37 »
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  • Anyone knw if any of the diveshop here carries this watch? Tks

    alvlim

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    Re: DeepBlu Cosmiq
    « Reply #42 on: 11 Jun 16, 22:52 »
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  • dive shop not sure but i do sell as i am on their sales ambassador program, if interested let me know.

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    Re: DeepBlu Cosmiq
    « Reply #43 on: 11 Jun 16, 23:26 »
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  • Thanks. Pmed u

    FishEye

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    Re: DeepBlu Cosmiq
    « Reply #44 on: 14 Jun 16, 08:38 »
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  • ScubaStore at Queensway Shopping Center (02-06) has them in stock in both black and red.

    hellhole

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    Re: DeepBlu Cosmiq
    « Reply #45 on: 05 Aug 16, 13:20 »
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  • there is an firmware update on this device..
    let me see if i can do a more indept review soon

    hellhole

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    Re: DeepBlu Cosmiq
    « Reply #46 on: 08 Aug 16, 12:02 »
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  • back..

    so much of the setting are to set using an smartphone through bluetooth.

    there is 3 dive algorithm you can choose from: Conservative, normal, progressive.  First i was using normal, then after the second dive i switch to progressive.  it does allow you to do that.

     

    marccheahmz

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    Re: DeepBlu Cosmiq
    « Reply #47 on: 19 Aug 16, 12:37 »
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  • Any news on the integration with Android phones? How will it compare to let's say a Zoop or a Puck pro?

    Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk


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    Re: DeepBlu Cosmiq
    « Reply #48 on: 20 Aug 16, 12:47 »
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  • Any news on the integration with Android phones? How will it compare to let's say a Zoop or a Puck pro?

    Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
    The app works for Android.  I do feel that the app is still a little buggy..  But am sure it can be worked out.
    I say it's comparable..  Other then the battery life part

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    Re: DeepBlu Cosmiq
    « Reply #49 on: 25 Aug 16, 23:16 »
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  • press both button to off it during the night time, instead of letting it go into standby mode, it will last you for about 7 to 8 dives. good for a weekend trip without charging.

    i use to let it run on standby during sleep it can last only for about 6 dives. with this on and off method i still have 2 or 1 bar left after the 6th dive with each dive about 45 mins.