Suunto, one of the most popular and reliable dive computer brands available is currently offering a FREE transmitter with purchase of one of their air integrated dive computers. This limited time offer has a value of almost $400!
Many notice when they walk through our door at IDC that along with the common jacket-style and back-inflate buoyancy compensators we also have several backplate and wings on display and in our rentals. Should you dive with us, you’ll also notice that the majority of our staff and most active divers opt for this system. Talk to those that dive with one and you’ll likely uncover a deep appreciation for this piece of dive equipment.
Light & Motion will be introducing a new light called the GoBe which will be announced at DEMA in November. GoBe combines the design features of Light & Motion’s popular Sola scuba dive lights with the size and convenience of the company’s commuter bike lights.
A common question or concern for new divers or snorkelers purchasing a new mask has to do with vision correction. There are a variety of options available for those that need some assistance in this area and it is a good idea to consider them before committing to a mask.
As you may know most important feature of a good mask is that it fits the individual using it well. But how do you tell if a mask fits before you get it in the water? And, aside from fit, what should one consider when shopping for a new diving mask?
Sola underwater lights, by Light & Motion, have really been changing the game for recreational divers and even serious underwater photographers and videographers. There are several lines available from Sola to best suit your needs, but most share some common advantages.