Diver Tests

DIVER TEST: Lomo Mesh Bag

It’s a bag, made of mesh, in which you can carry your dive-gear to and from the boat and store it between dives. It does exactly what you would expect it to do, and it doesn’t cost a fortune. Read more...

DIVER TEST: Oceanic ProPlus 4.0

It’s hard to fault the ProPlus. It’s bulky, but that’s the trade-off for those big and well-spaced out easy-reading displays. Clip it to your BC with a retractor and you really won’t notice the size. Read more...

Aqua Lung i770R

It seems to be built and to work well enough to deliver sufficient pride of ownership for that diver never to want anything else. It really is a cracking little unit. Read more...

Mares Coral Dive Skin

Getting sunburnt or stung by underwater no-see-ums takes the edge off that pleasure. The Mares Coral offers a practical solution to these annoyances in a comfortable, travel-friendly and well-made dive skin. Read more...

Scubapro Mk11/C370

Head up, head down, inverted or in good trim the Mk11 and C370 worked very well, and passed my forget-about-the-kit-and-go-diving test within seconds. Read more...

Finclip

I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see Finclip offered as an option by fin manufacturers worldwide in the near future, assuming that the necessary deals can be arranged. Read more...

Mares Epic ADJ 82X

Fifty-two metres flashes up on our computers. On test is Mares’ latest Epic ADJ 82X regulator. Nick Balban, my buddy and co-tester, is thinking very seriously Read more...

Humaneyes Vuze+ 3D

Most of the products we test these days are improved versions of existing products, and if they’re not, there’s usually a good reason why nobody has brought them to market before. Read more...