SCUBAPRO/UWATEC GALILEO LUNA
The Galileo Luna includes hoseless air-integration that can read as many as four transmitters. It features three gas mixes to 100 percent nitrox and has a hefty on-board logbook. The algorithm calculates true remaining bottom time, and there’s a choice of three screen configurations and a digital compass that can be used at a full 90-degree tilt. The Luna is surprisingly easy to use. The three control buttons are clearly labeled, so it’s virtually impossible to get lost. At depth the Luna offers its data on its main screen with depth, dive time, psi and NDLs prominently displayed. The computer is bigger than most, but it has a low-profile fit.
Liberal or Conservative Middle-of-the-road. Divers can program up to six micro-bubble suppression levels for increased safety.
Bottom Line We like the large display, choice of data screens and excellent digital compass, which is the best around.