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Oceanic Geo 2.0 Dive Computer Review

The Oceanic Geo 2.0 dive computer is a neatly designed device that you can wear as a watch every day. It’s made with the beginner to a mid-range recreational diver in mind and has the dual-algorithm that Oceanic is known for. The price reflects the market it targets, and so do the features. You won’t […]

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Aqualung Axiom BCD Review – Jacket Style BC for Scuba

The Aqua Lung Axiom is a jacket style BCD that has been introduced to the market years ago. It has since then been has been available now for a few years. It is available with two different inflation systems. You can either use the Aqualung i3 or the Powerline system. The BCD has an easy-to-adjust […]

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Zeagle Ranger BCD Review

The Zeagle Ranger BCD is the most copied buoyancy compensator in history. It was the first to combine heavy-duty construction with the highest quality materials and packed weight integration and back inflation into the mix. It’s a very versatile BCD that you’ll be able to use for pretty much any kind of diving. While it’s […]

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XS Scuba Switch Mask Review

You know the secret to a great underwater video with your GoPro camera? You use lens filters to improve the color in the video. And that’s not just a little improvement in the colors, it’s a dramatic change! Review of the XS Scuba Switch Mask – Color Filters Make the Difference? You probably wondered why the world […]

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Best Anti Fog for Your Dive or Snorkel Mask

Any dive can be ruined when your scuba dive mask fogs up, and you don’t have a clear view underwater. Especially new masks are prone to fogging up during the first few dives. However, even an older scuba mask can and will fog up at times. Find the best solution to keep your mask from […]

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Zeagle Scout BCD Review

The Zeagle Scout BCD has been around for a while. It is a lightweight system which makes it perfect for travel. Even though this BCD is light in weight, it is sturdy and built with the highest quality materials. The Scout is designed as a low-profile back inflated BCD. It consists of a single air […]

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Aqualung Dimension i3 BCD Review

The Aqualung Dimension i3 is not the newest BCD on the market. It’s been around for a few years now but it still is one of the best and most reliable BCD’s you can find. The Dimension i3 is a back inflated BCD. It’s pretty light which makes it a good choice for traveling with […]

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Suunto Vyper Novo vs. Zoop Novo

The Vyper Novo and the Zoop Novo are the successors of the Vyper and Zoop. Each in their own category added a lot more features than the predecessor models. Comparing the Suunto Vyper Novo with the Suunto Zoop Novo For detailed information on each of the models read the review of the Suunto Vyper Novo […]

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Suunto Vyper Novo vs. Vyper

Suunto introduced the Vyper Novo as the successor of the Vyper. To confused matters more, they decided to still keep the Vyper in their product line. However, the Novo has seen a significant increase in functionality and features compared to the original dive computer. Comparing the Suunto Vyper Novo with the Suunto Vyper You can […]

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Suunto Vyper Novo Dive Computer Review

When you look at the Suunto Vyper Novo, and you think you actually might be looking at the Zoop Novo, then you are correct. They look like twins. Yet, under the hood (so to speak), there are a lot of differences. The Vyper Novo sports a large display and high-end functionality that shows in the […]

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Hollis DG03 Dive Computer Review

When Hollis introduced the DG03 to the market, it was a remarkable dive computer. Packed with features and compact in size. Why was the Hollis DG03 recalled? Then, on July 11, 2013, Hollis issued a recall due to drowning hazard. The issue wasn’t with the dive computer itself but instead with the wireless transmitter. The […]

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Liquivision Lynx Dive Computer Review

Unfortunately, we have to start this review off with some sad news, the Lynx or any other of the dive computers from the Liquivision Enlightened series are no longer produced. You can read more about this here. However, you can still find some devices on Amazon for sale. If you’re interested in a high-end dive […]

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Cressi Giotto Dive Computer Review

Dive computers are abundant on the market and cater to every type of diver. Whether you’re a recreational or technical diver, you can and will find a match. The Cressi Giotto is targeting the recreational diver. The device has a large display and functionality that allows it to grow with the experience of the diver. […]

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Best Dive Watches

The goal to find the best dive watches is impossible to reach without taking into consideration what you’re specifically looking for. To make it easier, we broke it down into several categories and show you the best dive watch in each of them. Buyers Guide to Find the Best Dive Watch You can simply click […]

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Mares Puck Pro vs. Mares Puck

When Mares introduced the Puck dive computer, it rocked the boat. It was affordable and delivered all the necessary functionalities that you expect from an entry-level model. Comparing the Puck from Mares with the updated Pro The outstanding feature of the Puck was its single-button navigation. It made it very simple to use even when […]

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Suunto Zoop Novo vs. Zoop

Dive computers are rapidly evolving as everything related to IT. Suunto introduces several updates to their existing dive computers and then appends the ‘Novo’ to the name. Let’s have a look below what has changed between the Suunto Zoop Novo vs. Zoop. Comparing the Suunto Zoop with the Novo Early in 2016, Suunto introduced the […]

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Mares Puck Pro Dive Computer Review

The Mares Puck Pro dive computer provides the essential features expected from an entry-level scuba diver computer. This, in addition to its affordable price, makes it an excellent choice for beginners and experienced divers that want a backup to their more sophisticated device. Mares had introduced the Puck dive computer in 2008. It turned the […]

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In-Depth Cressi Leonardo Dive Computer Review – Buying Advice

Dive computers are used by many or nearly all scuba divers today. They replaced the complicated dive tables through the years and gained capabilities with every new model coming out. A reliable and established model is the Cressi Leonardo dive computer that we’ll have a closer look at in this review. The Cressi Leonardo wrist […]

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