DIVER GEAR NEWS

Garmin Descent Mk2 & MK2i Computers

What don’t these new Garmin Descent dive-computers do? They are claimed to be far more than mere dive-computers, in fact, in the way they can handle apnea, open-circuit air, nitrox, trimix and mixed-gas rebreather diving. Read more...

Sherwood Oracle+ Mask

Reached the ripe old age of affluence where you can afford to do those critter trips and own a nice camera – but can’t even see the pygmy seahorse, let alone check that it’s in focus? 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...

Seac One Pro Mask

This mask offers excellent peripheral and downwards vision, according to the manufacturer, thanks to its low-volume design and teardrop-shaped lenses. Read more...

Spare Air

Described as a “reserve parachute for divers”, Spare Air hasn't just surfaced – in fact it's been around for a very long time, but now has a new distributor in the shape of Mike’s. Read more...

BARE ExoWear

BARE claims that its ExoWear provides an alternative to standard wetsuits and dive-skins with superior protection from the elements, whether for diving or surface sports. Read more...

Cine Bag CB70 Grouper

Nauticam UK has taken on the Cine Bags camera luggage line, and the CB70 Grouper’s 40 x 30 x 28cm dimensions are said to be large enough to transport a fully assembled underwater stills camera. Read more...