Diving with oxygen-enriched air has become an integral part of recreational diving. The idea that Nitrox is a technically complicated matter is a thing of the past. However, this has been replaced by a common misunderstanding that 'diving with Nitrox is safer and healthier‘ or that 'compressed air is dangerous‘. While the latter is of course rubbish, the former is true if, and only if, we do not adjust the settings in the dive computer to the extended no-decompression times. However, a nitrox diver adjusting the computer to a Nitrox 32 setting experiences the same level of safety as a diver using compressed air. After all, the limit of the tolerable tissue nitrogen load remains the same on Nitrox32, it is just reached later. Our Nitrox mix is 31% (+/- 1%) with a theoretical depth limit of almost 34m at 1.4 bar partial pressure.