New Freediving Computer Oximeter With Audible Dive Parameters

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OXAMA releases information on how it's new speaking oximeter computer designed for freediving will change things in the diving space for the better. Visit for more details.

Earlier today, OXAMA, an Italian startup, announced the launch of its device ,OXAMA , the first speaking oximeter computer designed for diving is set to launch on 10/15/2021. For anyone with even a passing interest in the world of diving, this launch will be worth paying attention to, as its set to shake things up.

OXAMA is the first speaking oximeter computer designed for diving. Visit the OXAMA website at for more details.

It is relatively easy for anyone to understand how OXAMA can heighten the freediving experience. The CEO of OXAMA, Claudio, makes a point of saying “things are going to change when OXAMA launches”.

Claudio continues… “classic wrist computers do not give the most important vital parameters such as heart rate and blood oxygen saturation, However, OXAMA communicates both biometric and environmental parameters by a voice assistant during a dive. This capability allows divers to maintain a greater awareness of their physical surroundings and conditions by reducing the need to physically interrupt the diving experience by having to continually glance at a dive computer. OXAMA is a diving computer specifically designed for freediving. With OXAMA divers can improve their performance during their dives because they can more easily focus on the physical conditions. Furthermore, with OXAMA divers can download and save all of the data collected during their dive in the form of freediving parameters and graphs, statistics and correlations for later analysis.”

OXAMA was established November 2017. It has been doing business Since January 2021 and it has always aimed to to bring innovative technology to start a revolution the world of freediving.

Currently, the closest thing to OXAMA are traditional wrist dive computers that require divers to remove their attention from the dive to monitor their dive parameters, but OXAMA improved on this by audibly communicating both biometric and environmental parameters during a dive.. This alone is predicted to make OXAMA ‘s innovative speaking oximeter computer ever more popular with divers.

Once again, OXAMA is set to launch 10/15/2021. To find out more, the place to visit is

For further information about OXAMA , this can be discovered at

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