Gear2018-07-25T12:30:00+01:00

GEAR

The Gear of the Year

Our DIVER Testers select their favourite kit from the past 12 months, ask a selection of divers for their equipment wishes, and muse on what the New Year might bring… Read more...

  • The Tank POD with the D5 showing the POD assigned.

DIVER TEST: Suunto D5 & Tank POD

The D5 is a very capable and user-friendly dive-computer for beginner recreational diving through to entry-level tech and deco-diving on nitrox. Adding the POD increases the D5’s abilities considerably. Read more...

DIVER TEST: Divepro S11

The DivePro S11 is a very versatile and practical dive-light that works well as a general day and back-up torch, but also excels as a valuable addition to the underwater photographer’s equipment. Read more...

Cressi Digi 2 Console

Cressi’s Digi 2 is a 120m-rated electronic gauge-mode console that displays elapsed dive time, maximum depth, current depth, cylinder pressure and calculates air-time remaining with a comfortable reserve. Read more...

Dive-Tidy MX2

Dive-Tidy claims to solve any storage and drying problems you might have, and says its product is ideal for home, club and dive-centre use. Read more...

DIVER TEST: Oceanic OceanPro

If you’re properly weighted, it is as suitable for coldwater diving in thick dive-suits as it is for diving in the tropics in a skin. It will more than satisfy the wants of many recreational divers. Read more...

Scubapro Galileo HUD

Overall, judged purely as a dive-computer, the Galileo HUD is the business. Add the Head Up Display, and it’s genuinely the best dive-computer I’ve ever used. Read more...