G2 Wrist Dive Computer, w/ Transmitter & HRM

# 05.080.100
$1,566.00
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Overview

Short Description: 
With all of its new features, its full-color screen options, plus the ability to use as much or little of the technology as you want, the GALILEO 2 (G2) is poised to become the favorite computer for divers of all skill levels, from beginner to tech diver. It’s easy to read -- a choice of four colorful screens quickly draws your attention to what you need to know. It’s easy to use -- the G2 has the same three-button control, incredibly intuitive menu structure, and diver-friendly functions that earned the Galileo its reputation as the hands-down easiest computer to use. Designed go anywhere -- open water to freediving to CCR to sidemount, the G2 is ready to go wherever your passion for diving takes you.
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Features
Specs
Number of Gases
8
Gas Capability
21-100% Nitrox, Trimix
Algorithm
ZH-L16 ADT MB PMG
Operating Modes
Scuba, Gauge, Freediving, CCR
Display Type
Color
Max Operating Depth
120m
Memory Capacity
485MB
Depth Rating
120m
Battery Replacement Type
Rechargeable
Estimated Battery Life
Up to 50 Hours Per Charge
  • Full-Color TFT (Thin-Film Transistor) 2.2in/5.6cm LCD display screen (320x240p) produces vibrant colors for maximum readability to quickly direct your attention to what you need to know. (TFT screens use less energy. More efficient than other screen types to help extend battery life.)
  • Choice of screen display configurations lets you customize your data presentation with Light, Classic, Full or Graphical screen options to suit your individual diving style.
  • Predictive Multi-Gas ZHL-16 ADT MB algorithm programs up to 8 nitrox/trimix mixes to handle any recreational or technical diving scenario.
  • Integrated heart rate monitor measures heartbeat and skin temperature and incorporates both into the workload calculations. Integration with the HRM Is exclusive to SCUBAPRO.
  • Heart rate monitor also lets you visually track your heart rate “real time” to ensure you stay in your individual target zone to maximize your fun and safety at depth.
  • Hoseless air integration monitors tank pressure plus provides true remaining bottom time (RBT) and allows air consumption to be factored into the decompression calculation. Provides support for up to 9 transmitters when all features are activated.
  • Improved, full tilt digital compass, the best available, includes half-compass rose and bearing memory.
  • Multiple dive modes includes Scuba, Freediving, Gauge, CCR and Sidemount for total in-water versatility. (Freediving, Trimix, CCR and Sidemount modes are disabled from the factory. Activation is easy -- no downloading or upgrading is required.)
  • Maximum operating depth is 394ft/120m for reliable data computing regardless of diving situation.
  • Rechargeable battery provides up to 50 hours of dive time per charge. Battery must be changed by the dealer.
  • Huge 485MB memory stores pictures, tables, tissue loading status, and 1,000 hours of dive profiles.
  • USB cable or Bluetooth Low Energy interface easily downloads dive data to your phone or handheld device. Download dive data to a PC/Mac using LogTRAK software.
G2 Wrist Dive Computer, w/ Transmitter & HRM is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful display, large numbers, bright colors I had the privilege of using my G2 wrist computer for the first time in the Philippines a few months ago. It is the most amazing computer I have ever owned! The ability to change the colors and the items that the computer displays during the dive is so important. The numbers are easy to see, the colors make it so much easier to see not only my computer but my buddy's as well. Being able to recharge the computer with any usb plug/charger is so convenient!
Date published: 2018-04-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Love it BUT Heart Rate Monitor doesn't work! Massive fan of the G2 but the Heart Rate Monitor doesn't work. 59 dives with only 3 dives recording the heart rate for the whole dive. I've gone through 3 heart rate monitors without success. I keep getting told it's a positioning problem or interference from the boat engine or radio interference..... I've tried the HRM with my Mantis 1 and have the same issue 375 with my Galileo Sol (and old standard polar HRM) and no problems with any dive. Also I've used HRMs in the gym for years and never had an issue with the signal. Human Factors Diving??????
Date published: 2017-11-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK upgrade from Luna; user manual mediocre I owned a Galileo Luna for years. I bought the G2 the first week it was available. If you have used a Galileo Luna computer, the G2 will be an upgrade that is easy to understand. The G2 fits great on the wrist, has multiple options for color displays, and is much easier to read during low light conditions. However, there are some things that I view as a step backward from the Galileo Luna. First, font sizes on the G2 are small. So if you need reading glasses, you'll probably want to make sure you can read the G2 underwater before you buy one (or modify your mask so you can read the smaller fonts). Also, the G2 user manual (as of 12/31/17) is incomplete and quite frankly is not easy to read. Check out the G2 Scubapro videos on Youtube--they are much easier to understand than the current G2 user manual and will help get you up and running with little effort. Download the "G2 Quickcard" from the Scubapro website -- it will help beginners learn the menu set up. Download the Galileo Luna manual to understand RBT vs NDT when using the "LIGHT" screen configuration (the display configuration with only essential information and largest font size). The Galileo Luna manual will also help you understand the symbols associated with the G2 Compass Mode. Finally, the G2 user manual is not very good at describing the process to update the G2 firmware/software -- I wish Scubapro would do a Youtube video on that. Overall I really enjoy using Scubapro dive computers, especially the RBT function. I am very confident diving with any Scubapro dive computer and the warranty that comes with Scubapro products is best in the industry. I only wish things two things were improved: G2 user manual and some kind of notation that describes what has changed for each version of the G2 firmware updates.
Date published: 2017-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great computer! This is the best dive computer I've ever had. The screen is bright and easy to read. There are 4 divers in our group that all have the G2 and we all love them. We are able to customize them and add our name to the screen to easily tell them apart. Adjusting the settings and finding data are all easy to achieve because it's in logical areas and sequence.
Date published: 2017-12-31
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How do I connect the Heart Rate belt to my Scubapro g2 dive computer? I have read the manual, but I didn't get a answers. 

Asked by: Camils
Good Afternoon, Have the heart rate belt around your chest and make sure the contacts on the belt are moistened and against bare skin. Turn on the G2 and this will initiate the pairing sequence, if no heartbeat is detected, make sure the HRM is turned on in the Personalization - Workload screen and also make sure the HR band has a fresh battery. Thank you for your inquiry and Happy Diving!
Answered by: SCUBAPRO Customer Support
Date published: 2018-04-17

Can I switch to a tank that has a higher 02 setting, without having a transmitter on it?

Asked by: Walter
Good Afternoon Walter, Thank you for your inquiry. Your question is a good one but not easily answered...... If you are switching to another gas, is this between dives or on one dive and the 2nd tank will be carried with you?
Answered by: SCUBAPRO Customer Support
Date published: 2018-04-03

How many hours will the wireless transmitter last before replacement and does the computer have a warning sign for a low transmitter battery?

Asked by: Dave M
Good Afternoon Dave! We recommend replacing the battery in the transmitters every two years or 200 dives, whichever comes first. The transmitter will send a low battery signal to the wrist unit, but it is best to prevent that message with preventative biannual service. Thank you for your inquiry and Happy Diving!
Answered by: SCUBAPRO Customer Support
Date published: 2018-01-30

How can I change the safety stop dept from 15 feet to something else like 20 feet?

Asked by: Steve K
G2 uses a specific set of conditions for Safety Stop as outlined in the G2 user manual. This is the same set of conditions that were used in the previous model Galileo Luna. You can't "change the safety stop depth" but the I have found the computer is designed so I can easily use the safety stop timer to complete a safety stop between 15-20 feet, especially when I change Safety Stop Timer from "Auto" to "Manual."
Answered by: jss24547
Date published: 2018-02-16

where are the firmware updates for the G2?

Asked by: TommyBlackdog
Available on the website as of 12/31/17. Look under "Resources" tab for "Manuals and Software" web page. The firmware updates are located under the "Manuals" title on the web page.
Answered by: jss24547
Date published: 2018-02-16

Hi, is there any plan to revise the user manual for the G2? It is currently quite light on information compared to the Galileo Sol.  I get detail from the Galileo Sol manual for things on the G2 like compass and screen config specifics. 

Asked by: TommyBlackdog
Concur with Tommy's input on G2 product documentation and I echo his concerns as a dive professional. I noted the same problems he did and hand delivered my concerns about the G2 user manual to a Scubapro sales rep less than 2 weeks after the G2 was released (nearly 6 months ago). So far, no changes or updates to the G2 user manual. The G2 user manual is still missing information that Tommy outlined above (as of 12/31/17). Until Scubapro decides to make the G2 user manual "the very best", download the Galileo Sol/Luna User Manual to find missing information Tommy mentioned. For previous Luna/Sol owners who used the "Buddy" function to pair to a dive buddy's transmitter, that function is still available with a G2...just scroll down and pair to "Pony" in the tank pairing menu (8.2.6). My son has a Luna transmitter and, as long he is within 5 feet, I receive the tank pressure from his transmitter paired to "Pony"
Answered by: jss24547
Date published: 2018-01-01

Where do I download the LogTrak software for MacOS?

Asked by: ScubaOkinawa
At the top of the ScubaPro website under "Resources," click "Manuals and Software." It is the top item.
Answered by: nstructornick
Date published: 2018-03-12

How to update firmware on G2 and how to how to pair HRM? Heart Rate Monitor doesn't work!!! Where is the manual for LogTRAK?

Asked by: CroDiveTeam
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