The scuba dive computer with buddy comms + air integration.

A project in Stockholm, Sweden by Team Oceans

Cancelled by Creator

Oceans S2 Supersonic, a next-gen dive computer with built-in UW buddy communication & air integration for the 21st century scuba diver.
Backers: 37
Average Pledge Per Backer: €453

Funded: €16,752 of €40,000
Dates: Mar 25th -> Apr 24th (30 days)
Project By: Team Oceans
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Latest News

A new beginning (for S2)...

April 17th - via:
Hey Divers! First of all, thanks a ton for being a backer of Oceans S2 Supersonic. Even though it looks like we will not reach our goal for the campaign this time, we are committed to continue developing S2 and put it to market in another way.  We... (Read More)

Media update, and we’re almost out of “Super Early Bird" specials...

April 6th - via:
Hey Divers! We are now at close to one-third of our goal, all “Super Early Bird" buddy packs gone, and just a few €299 single packs left... 🙌 In the first week of the campaign, we had a whole bunch of media writing about Oceans S2 Supersonic... (Read More)

Oceans Introduces Wearable Dive Computer with Built-in Buddy Comms

April 6th - via:
Oceans, based in Stockholm, Sweden, has just announced their new S2 dive computer, which is being funded with the help of an online Kickstarter campaign. The S2 dive computer will be Oceans’ second model, following up on the S1 which was released in 2019. (Read More)

One more thing... 👀

April 1st - via:
Another day, another revolution! Introducing Oceans REG-X Supersonic, the first ever hoseless regulator using our patent pending wireless tank-to-reg air technology!  (Read More)

Incredible start! Now, let's take it up a notch. 🙌

March 31st - via:
Hey Divers! We are around 20% complete already, and more than half of the super early bird offers are gone. Thanks a ton for being a backer of S2, together we will make 2021 a comeback year for scuba diving! Now, we need a little help from you... (Read More)

Oceans S2 Supersonic scuba dive computer

March 30th - via:
SCUBA divers looking for a scuba dive computer complete with buddy communication system and air integration, may be interested in the new Oceans S2 Supersonic dive computer launched via Kickstarter this month. The Oceans S2 Supersonic dive computer has been specifically created for the “21st century scuba diver” say its developers providing a wealth of features and the ability to monitor remaining air right from the diving computer using Oceans’ Supersonic sonar technology. (Read More)

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