Designed to Give Combat Swimmers Everything They Need for Underwater Navigation
VISTA, Calif., February 7, 2012 — When it comes to serving the ever-changing needs of combat swimmers, Amron International aims to be at the forefront. The new Amron International DNB Diver Navigation Board is the latest example of taking an existing product and making it better.
The anti-shock stealth black navigation board features a new, wider console that gives divers additional space between the chronometer and the depth gauge. This design element ensures the diver has full access to the timer’s functionality.
“When the time came to design our own navigation board, we took a hard look at the existing models and how they could be improved,” said Joe Esparza, Product Manager, Amron International. “We noticed the watch and the depth gauge were right up against each other, and this could be a problem for divers wearing gloves in cold water. The wider console means combat swimmers won’t have to take extra steps to get the timer started or stopped.”
In addition, improvements were made to the chemical light holder. Amron engineers used an injection-molded design with brass screw connections to create cleaner, more polished styling on the side boards.
The DNB utilizes a depth gauge that measures from 0-50 feet and a precision compass with luminescent numbers, headings and markers that glow in the dark. The board is compatible with either an Amron Compass or the Ritchie RU-90 Voyager Compass. The DNB Diver Navigation Board also comes with a convenient black carrying case.
The DNB Diver Navigation board is now available http://www.amronintl.com/amron-international-dnb-diver-navigation-board.html and has an MSRP of $599. To learn more about Amron International’s full line of manufactured products, visit http://www.amronintl.com/amron-products.html.
About Amron International
Driven by its customer-first mentality, Amron engineers and distributes a diverse and comprehensive line of products and services for commercial and recreational diving, tactical and outdoor equipment, and hyperbaric chambers. Founded in 1978, Amron has grown into an international industry leader with sales in more than 50 countries. For more information, please visit www.amronintl.com.