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Diving SpecialsGEARUnderstanding Scuba Diving

Image property of hippoconsulting Rebreathers are jumping to the spotlight, as scuba diving gets mainstream divers ask for more. CCR is there to answer the pledges of the more adventurous divers, but how it works? Rebreathers seem to be reaching his best moment, prices drop and friendly interfaces, redundant safety systems

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Some months ago, I decided talking Chris Chellapermal of Nomad Ocean Adventures about a growing inquietude. Since I started diving, Tec diving started looking more a good option and since I started Tec diving, Closed Circuit went further than the mechanical fascination to a more than plausible kind of diving. But,

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In this review we will go around the OrcaTorch D500, an affordable divetorch I bought this torch 4th of November 2014 as a all around torch, the size is good to fit in a bcd pocket. or hold it with some rubbers to the shoulder straps, the size is ideal, most

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What to consider with first stages First of all we have to distinguish between unbalanced and balanced first stages. Unbalanced first stages decrease the intermediate pressure (that affects the performance) while lowering the pressure in your cylinder during the dive. Balanced first stages are not affected of the pressure in

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Lately I had the chance of testing and diving the M4 model. Hollis have 2 models that are very popular M1 and M4. Both feature a soft, skin like touch silicone. Both are frameless, basically only the shape of the glass changes so you can maybe take some conclusions if

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There is a whole variety of dive computers out there, each one with its algorithm and different possibilities, pricetags and so on. But for some different reasons there is one dive computer that is getting a lot of attention lately. The Xdeep black is the new in the hood and

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We all had pass through a variety of rental BCDs during our Divers life, and as long as they do their work everything is ok, but, when it comes to own it, you might like to have something that really adapts to your needings and that you can really enjoy

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