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Find out what is hot and new in the world of scuba diving equipment, and read in-depth, unbiased and comprehensive reviews of scuba diving gear from the world’s top manufacturers

Suunto EON Core Review 6 Month Test

Suunto EON Core The Suunto EON Core is the ‘baby brother’ of the EON Steel, and shares the same vivid colour TFT screen, but where...
Hydroid Aquabreather

Hydroid Aquabreather

During each DEMA Show, one is bound to see in addition to the latest models of BCDs, regulators, fins, etc. some cool looking gadget...
6 Best Scuba Diving Primary Dive Lights

6 Best Scuba Diving Primary Dive Lights

Each month, the SCUBA DIVER test team assembles to rate and review a selection of dive equipment from a range of manufacturers. This test, we...
Oceanic Geo 4

Oceanic Geo 4 – Scuba Diving Equipment Review

Oceanic has several wristwatch-style dive computers in their line-up, and in its 4.0 guise, the Oceanic Geo 4 is looking better than ever. The ‘aerated’...
SeaLife Sea Dragon Mini 1000F

SeaLife Sea Dragon Mini 1000F – Scuba Equipment Review

SeaLife describes this compact little unit as an LED photo/video/dive light, and it really is a Jack of all trades. The SeaLife Sea Dragon Mini...
Mares Blue Battle and Silver Knight - Scuba Diving Equipment Review

Mares Blue Battle and Silver Knight

Mark Evans: Backplate-and-wing combinations are becoming all the rage for single-cylinder divers. Read on for my review of the Mares Blue Battle and Silver...
Aqua Lung i200C

Aqua Lung i200C – Scuba Diving Equipment Review

Mark Evans: Dive computers from Aqua Lung just keep on coming, and the Aqua Lung i200C represents fantastic value for money for a well-equipped...
BARE Ultrawarmth Base Layers – Scuba Equipment Review

BARE Ultrawarmth Base Layers

Mark Evans: BARE have incorporated the Celliant Infrared Technology into their new Ultrawarmth Base Layers. We saw a real difference between a 5mm glove with...

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