This data cruncher offers a lot of computing power in an ultra-compact package
You won’t find a more compact console-style air-integrated dive computer than Subgear’s X-P-H. Measuring just over two inches in diameter and weighing a featherlight five ounces, this single-gas data cruncher is an air-integrated dive computer that reads up to 4,350 psi in 10 psi increments. The computer uses a simple two-button system for accessing menus. You can program nitrox up to 100 percent, and a three-color nitrogen tissue loading bar graph makes it easy to keep an eye on your N2 status. A variable ascent monitor helps control your speed back to the surface, and there’s a three-minute timer for safety stops. The Bottom Line: For divers looking to streamline their rigs, the X-P-H offers a lot of computing power in an ultra-compact package.