Top gear – to see and to buy!

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Top gear – to see and to buy!

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The New Products Showcase at DIVE 2019 will give visitors an impressive overview of latest dive gear.

An impressive overview of the latest dive gear will be on offer to visitors at the forthcoming Birmingham Dive Show. Taking place in Hall 1 at the NEC on 26/27 October, DIVE 2019 will feature a display of scores of previously unseen and current kit items in the New Products Showcase.

Sited near the DIVE 2019 entrance, the showcase will help visitors compare and contrast offerings from the many dive gear manufacturers, distributors, brands and retailers in the exhibition hall – including:

4th Element Diving, AP Diving, Amphibea, Anchor Dive Lights, Andark Diving & Watersports, Bauer, Cands Diving Supply, Cressi, Custom Divers, Dirty Divers, FinClip, Fourth Element, Go Dive, GoPro, Hammond Drysuits, JJ CCR, Light & Motion, Metalsub, Miflex Xtreme Diving Hoses, Northern Diver, Ocean Leisure Cameras, Ocean Reef, O’Three, Otter Watersports, Robin Hood Watersports, Santi Diving, Sartoris, Sea & Sea, Shearwater, Submarine Manufacturing & Products, TovaTec, TUSA, Underwaterworld at Stoney Cove, Vobster Marine Systems and Waterproof.

DIVE 2019 will, of course, also provide ample opportunities to expand personal diving horizons through travel and training opportunities.

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For those with training in mind, courses from the likes of PADI, SSI, BSAC, SDI/TDI and SAA will be plentiful at the Show, offering visitors the means to step up their game, book a speciality, or help someone else get started in scuba!

There will also be an extensive programme of talks by top diving speakers on the DIVER Stage, the Centre Stage and the Ocean Theatre. Other show features include a gallery of cutting-edge underwater prints, and two in-hall pools – one dedicated to scuba try-dives, the other to sampling rebreathers.

A further DIVE 2019 highlight will be the free-to-enter draw open to all Show visitors. The prize: an Indonesia Dive Trip for Two, worth £8000.

DIVE 2019 opening times are 9.30-6.00 on Saturday 27 October and 9.30-5.00 on Sunday 28 October.

Ticket prices start at just £9.50 per person if booked in advance (a saving of £5 off the on-the-day price of £14.50).

Book DIVE 2019 tickets here

DIVE 2019 is a DIVER Group event in association with Regaldive

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