Top 10 New Scuba Diving Equipment Released in 2023 #scuba #top10


Top 10 New Scuba Diving Equipment Released in 2023 #scuba #top10
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00:00 Introduction
00:31 Atomic TFX
02:09 Apeks DSX
03:30 Shearwater Peregrine Adventures
04:33 Scubapro Yulex
05:29 Dive Rite Nomad Ray
06:32 Scuba.com
07:46 Apeks VX2
08:55 Mares Sirius
09:47 TUSA Hylex Zoom
11:02 Fourth Element Hydro Stinger
12:26 Scubapro S-TEK

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Christopher Fawcett
Christopher Fawcett
6 months ago

#askmark Have you heard of or tried the Truefin? It’s expensive so I was looking for a professional review.

Thanks!

Scuba Diver Magazine
Scuba Diver Magazine
Reply to  Christopher Fawcett
6 months ago

I’ve only seen their website but, I can reach out and see if I can get a sample to test.

I’m always hesitant when I see lots of moving parts like that but, it’s an interesting concept.

salvor1
salvor1
6 months ago

what is ‘ocean bound’ plastics?

Scuba Diver Magazine
Scuba Diver Magazine
Reply to  salvor1
5 months ago

Most consumer plastics are deemed ocean bound as most plastic such as packaging and bottles end up in our oceans. The plastics that most brands use are often collected from waterways so they don’t reach the ocean. But it’s basically plastic bottles

salvor1
salvor1
Reply to  salvor1
5 months ago

@Scuba Diver Magazine oh please, I recognize marketing BS when I hear it.

Peter van den Broek
Peter van den Broek
7 months ago

If cars would mimic the innovation level in the dive industry, we would still be using steam engins! I don’t think hedge funds buying diving manufacterers and training agencies is the way forward.

Coach Joachim Roomaney
Coach Joachim Roomaney
7 months ago

Cool bro

Kenneth J McArthur
Kenneth J McArthur
8 months ago

Love your product videos. Split fins, not my favorite, am a ScubaPro fan but think the S-Tek too gimmikee. Will stick with my Novas. What are your thoughts?

Scuba Diver Magazine
Scuba Diver Magazine
Reply to  Kenneth J McArthur
7 months ago

I kinda like the new S-Tek Fins. I probably wouldn’t worry too much about the trim weights but I do like the stiffened material. I’m still waiting on a sample to try them out though…

Kenneth J McArthur
Kenneth J McArthur
Reply to  Kenneth J McArthur
7 months ago

@Scuba Diver Magazine Look forward to your review.

Joseph dracula
Joseph dracula
8 months ago

👍😎🤿! Great thanks for the new gear update!

Matthias Maiwald
Matthias Maiwald
8 months ago

I wonder if the Atomic TFX is essentially a re-designed Scubapro D400. I remember that there is something unique about the D400’s exhaust design that was not (!) continued in Scubapro’s X650 and D420 (which look somewhat similar). Could it be that Atomic has taken up the D400’s exhaust design elements again in a modernized version?

Georg
Georg
Reply to  Matthias Maiwald
8 months ago

Well it’s definitely the same diaphragm exhaust combo style. This was also used in dräger second stages for a while. It definitely takes many design queues from d400. Hopefully better springs and poppets tho.

MikeR DiveR
MikeR DiveR
Reply to  Matthias Maiwald
7 months ago

The engineers who started Atomic left SP over 25 years ago, taking the design with them. It’s a very comfortable reg. Had the opportunity to dive a prototype about a year and a half ago. The yoke attachment on the production reg is amazing…one and a quarter turns locks it onto the valve.

Matthias Maiwald
Matthias Maiwald
Reply to  Matthias Maiwald
7 months ago

@MikeR DiveR — This is nice to hear. And yes, I heard that former Scubapro engineers started Atomic, and that the similarity to the D400 is no accident.

Asho23
Asho23
8 months ago

Cheers Mark!

Boris B
Boris B
8 months ago

I have a question. I have an Atomic venom 2 mask I also have a beard. I was wondering if you had a better mask recommendation for a beard that you have found has slit vision but seals with a beard?

Tynan Patrick
Tynan Patrick
Reply to  Boris B
4 months ago

I have a Hollis M1 and its been pretty good for me.

Billy Tripp
Billy Tripp
8 months ago

Hey Mark does your mask seal good with your mustache? I have to trim mine down 1/2”? Keep the videos coming.

Hugh Idiyit
Hugh Idiyit
8 months ago

Shearwater could have introduced the Peregrine with AI in 2023 instead of just two colour variants. Even with a €100 surcharge, if you like. But hope dies last.

Marcus Squintess
Marcus Squintess
Reply to  Hugh Idiyit
8 months ago

I recently got the Perdix 2, and it’s awesome! However, if the Peregrine was an AI computer, I likely would have bought that instead. I’m sure I’m not the only one to make the AI recommendation to Shearwater concerning the Peregrine. Now if the Perdix 2 had gps, it would damn near be perfect!

razorseal
razorseal
Reply to  Hugh Idiyit
8 months ago

same… I was hoping.

Isaac Salas
Isaac Salas
Reply to  Hugh Idiyit
8 months ago

Not even AI, that is what the Pedix is for, but at least add a compass!!!

UNgineering
UNgineering
8 months ago

I’ve never had issues with fin buoyancy between salt and fresh water to such an extent that I had to add weights to them. Is that a common problem?

What’s Good My Guy
What’s Good My Guy
Reply to  UNgineering
8 months ago

I’m gonna release fins that have changeable gravity ….. Marketing at its finest.

MikeR DiveR
MikeR DiveR
Reply to  UNgineering
7 months ago

Never have I ever thought to make my fins heavier. 🤔🙄😂

Mark Sallows
Mark Sallows
Reply to  UNgineering
7 months ago

No, but switching to a dry suit does. These are aimed at Tec and/or Dry Suit Divers (me). Traditionally, dry suit divers will use a heavy fin such as the ScubaPro Jet Fin or/and wear ankle weights. These solve that problem, assuming the weights are variable.

A
A
5 months ago

Going from scuba to open water in a few weeks. Think I’m gonna go with the peregrine for my computer. Nothing too crazy for a newbie.

Scuba Diver Magazine
Scuba Diver Magazine
Reply to  A
5 months ago

Shearwater are a well trusted brand in the diving community. And the peregrine is a top notch dive computer, especially for beginners

HennessyNweed
HennessyNweed
4 months ago

🏔😂👍

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