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ERIS Announces Voluntary Recall of EPIC Wrist Watch Dive Computers
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Safety notice affects AERIS EPIC Wrist Watch dive computer.




February 12, 2007- San Leandro, CA - In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), AERIS of San Leandro, California, is voluntarily recalling AERIS EPIC Wrist Watch Dive Computers. AERIS has been notified by its supplier (Pelagic Pressure Systems) that they received isolated reports that two dive computers that use the same software program as the EPIC locked into the Gas Switch-to screen and did not return to the Main Dive screen when the divers switched the units from Gas 1 to Gas d2 during dives when they were only using one Transmitter, and Pressure associated with Gas 2 was being provided by an Analog Gauge.

Affected are AERIS EPIC Wrist Watch Dive Computers having serial numbers 1 through 712 that were sold between October 2006 and February 2007, and are being used for diving activities that include use of multiple gas mixes not associated with multiple transmitters.
 

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ERIS Announces Voluntary Recall of EPIC Wrist Watch Dive Computers
(Added 02/18/07)



Safety notice affects AERIS EPIC Wrist Watch dive computer.




February 12, 2007- San Leandro, CA - In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), AERIS of San Leandro, California, is voluntarily recalling AERIS EPIC Wrist Watch Dive Computers. AERIS has been notified by its supplier (Pelagic Pressure Systems) that they received isolated reports that two dive computers that use the same software program as the EPIC locked into the Gas Switch-to screen and did not return to the Main Dive screen when the divers switched the units from Gas 1 to Gas d2 during dives when they were only using one Transmitter, and Pressure associated with Gas 2 was being provided by an Analog Gauge.

Affected are AERIS EPIC Wrist Watch Dive Computers having serial numbers 1 through 712 that were sold between October 2006 and February 2007, and are being used for diving activities that include use of multiple gas mixes not associated with multiple transmitters.

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