A dive light, also called an underwater torch, is a great piece of equipment to own. For night dives, your torch will illuminate dark waters to help you discover the underwater treasures of the evening hours. Dive lights are also useful for day dives, providing critical light when exploring cracks, [...]Read more ›
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When you find an activity you’re passionate about, why not make it as enjoyable as possible? Beginners who are just starting to learn the thrill of scuba diving might not think it necessary to buy their own equipment, but it makes a lot of sense in the long run. Owning [...]Read more ›
Along with buying your own computer and regs one of the big purchases a diver can make is be their own wetsuit. So in this blog we take a general look at wetsuits. Why do we need Exposure suits? Heat-loss control is the major factor. Water conducts heat away from [...]Read more ›
There are many advantages to owning your own dive equipment. Familiarity with a personal set of scuba gear means greater comfort and a better dive experience. More importantly, it can help you avoid an emergency situation. From a safety perspective, owning your own gear ensures you know how to manipulate [...]Read more ›
When the diving bug bites, it bites hard – plenty of divers will tell you that. As you start buying equipment and learn more about diving through PADI courses, you’ll find that taking a careful approach will help get you ready for years of diving enjoyment – with much less [...]Read more ›
Its often the case that we try new things by chance, and so it was with the OCEAN REEF fullface mask (FFM) and integrated communications. Having completed my Tec Sidemount course and with a few dives left before I was needed in Sharm el Sheikh for the PADI Business Academy, I [...]Read more ›