The underwater tablet
The Alltab® underwater tablet is bringing data collection and underwater navigation to the 21st century. Our patented technology allows you to use the touchscreen and all the tablet’s features while diving or in any other difficult environment. With this new technology, the Alltab is breaking new ground for underwater professionals, military divers and recreational divers alike. Make your underwater work faster, more precise and more enjoyable.
The Alltab underwater tablet is delivered fully operational and does not require opening of the case at any point. Take it out from its carrying case and go diving – nothing else is needed. Its compact size provides a possibility to attach it to the diver’s forearm, or store it in a pocket.
Depending on your needs, the tablet is easily customized by using and downloading the software and application relevant for you (Android operating system). For those interested in data collection or underwater navigation, Valtamer’s Allure data collection and Navigator software will be of interest.
Valtamer has partnered with Aqua Lung International for sales and distribution to professional and military customers. Please contact us or visit the Aqua Lung website for the distributor closest to you.
- Operating depth: 0–150 m (MilPro version), 0–90 m (TechRec version)
- Tablet: Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8” (included)
- Size & weight: 264×175×21 mm, 1425 g. Rugged construction, yet lightweight and easy to handle
- Package includes: Alltab with tablet inside, tough waterproof storage case, charger
- Related gear and applications: Allure data gathering software, Valtamer Navigator (for MIL&PRO customers)
- MOLLE compatible attachments (MilPro version)
Design and production in Finland. Alltab is a registered trademark, design protected and with a global patent pending.
Listen to Jill Heinerth, talk about her experience with the underwater tablet - Alltab. Jill is the Explorer in Residence for the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. She's also one of the world's most accomplished cave divers and considered by many as scuba diving royalty.