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iPhone Case Turns The Device Into A Dive Computer

iPhone Case Turns The Device Into A Dive Computer
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The iGills waterproof scuba diving case allows divers to take their phone down to depths of 130 feet, take underwater pictures and videos, and keep a dive log.

Emma Hutchings
  • 25 july 2012

iGills is a waterproof case that turns your iPhone into a dive computer, underwater still and video camera, digital dive log, and more. Offering a lot more than just protection, the case enables your iPhone to be taken down to depths of 130 feet. Scuba divers can use their device and an accompanying app using a six button interface. There are precision depth and temperature sensors, a digital compass, and a flashlight. You can access the iPhone’s camera for underwater stills and video, and there is an auto-populating digital dive log with dive locations, profiles, and photo album generation.

iPhone Case Turns The Device Into A Dive Computer

The case and app support multiple diving modes, including Air, Nitrox and Gauge, as well as ascent rate indication, nitrogen loading tracking over multiple dives and a depth alarm, which allow the smartphone to replace other technologies the diver would usually require. The iGills case is shipping soon and is priced at $329.99. Check out the video below to see it in action:

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