While searching for freediving watch what you really want to have the best freediving computer. DiveBud is a diving computer tracks your dives, notifies you about depths and times of your diving and it has special functions for freedivers, scuba divers, spearfishers, underwater photographers and professional athletes. DiveBud has a sophisticated set of ascending, descending depth alarms which produce sound based on depth or time. It also great as a freediving tracker to collect precise dive logs, share it with friends and dive buddies.

To dive deeper, further, longer, to optimise performance and truly relax in subconscious mind at the same time. Train like Elite divers, get immediate statistics and diving metrics.

Always freedive with a great company!


The freediving computer DiveBud has following features:

  • Control your diving computer right from your iPhone, iPad and Android.
  • Twenty (20) ascending and descending depth alarms with optional time conditions.
  • Download and analysis of diving logs.
  • Six different types of sounds.
  • Special alarms for hang dives.
  • Repeated time-based alarms for training.
  • Rechargeable battery with UCB-C charger.
  • Dive logs with twice per second depth resolution.
  • Supports fresh and salt water modes and can change type of water for your dive logs later on.
  • Temperature tracking.
  • Maximum operational depth is 150 meters.

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In these times of uncertainty in the world we offer 30 days money back guarantee to all of our customers. If you use freediving computer DiveBud carefully for 30 days, it does not have major mechanical issues and you would like to return it than we accept it back and return your money.

We also provide a one year guarantee for all of our DiveBuds. If something does not work within one year time frame – just let us know and we will provide you a new device.

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Analysis of dive logs from a freediving smartwatch

Recently my freediving buddy Luke had used freediving smartwatch DiveBud at freediving competitions in Mexico. He did very impressive constant weight dives and we can share his two most impressive dives here today. We will analyse a freediving performance based on readings of the freediving smartwatch recorded and compare it to some references. His first …


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