Diver Gear News2018-08-01T18:44:22+01:00

DIVER GEAR NEWS

Scubalamp camera light

With an output of 12,000 lumens, the Scubalamp V6K is the brightest in the SUPE range. The 120° LED beam is meant for wide-angle video and stills photography and it is colour-balanced for daylight. Read more...

Amazea DPV

If its claimed underwater cruising speed of 20kph is accurate, the Amazea can outpace many a marine animal. Read more...

OTS Spectrum Full-Face Mask

Ready to go full-face, but want to go on using your own regulator? The Spectrum from Ocean Technology Systems is said to be compatible with most second stages, and to offer comfort, including eliminating dry-mouth and jaw-fatigue, as well as a wide field of view. Read more...

Anchor Lights Series 189

Anchor Lights claims that it is top-notch design and materials that set its lamps apart. Aircraft-grade aluminium is used for the light body, a lens designed for in-water use optimises beam focus and operation is via a patented switch. Read more...

Fin Clip

Fin Clip is a radical new design of fin-strap born of the frustration a dive-centre owner recognised among clients as they struggled when reaching down to don their fins. Read more...

Hollis Seeker Reel

The Seeker uses a Delrin spool that is claimed to resist abrasion and is supplied with high-visibility line. The aluminium grip is easy to use with gloved hands, as is the line-lock, says Hollis. Read more...

Fantasea UWF-04

Claiming to provide a near-fisheye angle of view of 160° under water, the Fantasea UWF-04 conversion lens fits many compact and some mirrorless cameras. Read more...

Seac R40 Light

Seac’s R40 LED dive-light is said to put out 2300 lumens at full power, and with low and emergency flashing modes the built-in lithium-ion batteries are claimed to run the R40 for two to five hours. Read more...