Product Comparison: Cressi Giotto vs Suunto Vyper

General Specifications
About the Products
The 3 buttons computer Giotto provide all the necessary information in regards to depth,dive times,possible need of decompression, ascent rate and all the surface intervals between dives.
The Suunto Vyper Air includes optional wireless air integration and a technologically advanced electronic 3D compass. With wireless air integration, the Suunto Vyper Air allows divers to monitor tank pressure and air consumption from the computer on your wrist.
Key Specs
RGBM + Deep Stop (optional)
Operating Modes
Dive, Gauge, Watch
Air, Nitrox, Gauge, Free
Depth Limit
393 ft.
328 ft.
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Cressi Giotto Wrist Computer
  • It's a well-constructed computer that is good for entry level divers, and supports multiple gas mixtures.
  • I love this watch. It has made diving so much more fun and stress free. If you are looking for diving equipment to invest in, I definitely recommend this watch.
  • And I will say it performed admirably. I took it off the coast of Columbia and dove to approximately 75 ft and it handled perfectly.
  • Also the band on this computer is large. I'm a big guy and putting it around my wrist has a lot of overlap. No problems just information.
  • The wrist computer is just the right size ... Easy to read and with a good wrist band.
Suunto Vyper Wrist Computer
  • This computer is easy to use, durable and it lasts for a long time with no problems at all. I love it!
  • No issues after using them in the Socorro Islands. we carry these on the wrist while our backups are in consoles.
  • Just started using this computer, fantastic time piece and dive computer. Easy to use, great log features and it has such an easy to read face.
  • Excellent computer with all the features you'd need. The computer easily pairs with the software for planning. I have yet to connect the transmitter but all the other features are fantastic
  • Fantastic product. Clear display. Love the built in electronic compass
Size & Weight
2.56 in.
2.4 in.
2.56 in.
2.4 in.
1.06 in.
1.1 in.
4.76 oz.
2.4 oz.
1.73" UFDS display
1.5" matrix display
Altitude Options
Preset altitude
Up to 10000 ft
Logbook Memory
75 dives, 60 hours
42 hours
Audible Alarms
Battery Type
CR 2430
CR 2450
Battery Life
3 years
2 years
Adjustable PO2 of 1.0-1.6, FO2 adjustable between 21% and 50%, CNS oxygen toxicity graphic indicator, User-selectable deep stop function, Adjustable unit of measure, 3-button interface
Optional wireless air integration, Gas-switching between up to three gases, Timer in air/nitrox modes, Built-in dive planner, Tiltable electronic 3D compass
What customers say about "Features"
Cressi Giotto Wrist Computer
  • After getting Nitrox certified, I decided it was time to get a multi-gas computer and after some research and talking to the experts at the local dive shop, chose the Giotto.
  • The interface is fairly intuitive and the three button controls make it easy to navigate.
  • It lets you know how many minutes you need for your rest stop based on the depth of your dive, the water temperature, if you are ascending or descending too rapidly, etc.
  • After a dive it displays the surface interval and saturation time, as well as a no-fly indicator.
  • . They worked great! I loved the large display. Very user friendly.
Suunto Vyper Wrist Computer
  • I used it on the air-only setting, and used the max depth and timed dive alarms, both of which worked quite well.
  • Very easy to use, conservative but nice to have a notification for when you can fly after diving.
  • Easily switches between air and nitrox. The display is large and easy to read compared to smaller dive watches and fits easily on a wet suite or bare wrist, with an adjustable strap.
  • Another nice feature is the ability to set my personal preference as far as risk level- conservative or not.
  • Perfect for recreational scuba diving. It has more features than i needed such as nitrox diving.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
2 year(s)
2 year(s)
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