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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

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...

Shearwater Research launches new coloured straps and bezels for Teric

Shearwater Research shows that you don’t have to have ‘techie black’ kit to be cool, with the release of nifty blue and silver bezels...
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6 Best Scuba Diving Lights 2019 Review

Each month, the Scuba Diver test team assembles to rate and review a selection of dive equipment from a range of manufacturers. Products are...

Mares Dragon SLS Is It The Most Comfortable BCD Money can Buy

Mares Dragon I have dived various Mares BCDs over the years, and the Mares Dragon SLS has to be one of the most comfortable. This...

Shearwater NERD 2 – Is it ULTIMATE Must Have Gadget?

Shearwater NERD 2 The world’s first near-eye remote display for scuba divers the Shearwater NERD has been redesigned for enhanced flexibility and reliability. In addition...

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...
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Otter Watersports Drysuit Review – Ultralight Telescopic (SRP: £1,445)

Ultralight Telescopic Review Otter Watersports has carved itself a real niche when it comes to well-made, robustly constructed trilaminate drysuits, and this has been built...

Fourth Element Argonaut Stealth 2.0 Review (SRP: £1,895)

Fourth Element have carved out a niche for themselves in exposure protection, starting intially with undersuits, branching out into wetsuits, and then rounding out...

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U-352 – North Carolinas World War II Shipwreck

Today, the U-352 is one of North Carolina’s signature wreck sites. For divers making the journey to Morehead City, it stands near the top of the list. Even with the dive briefing fresh in your mind, seeing the U-352 materialize off the bottom, sitting with a 45-degree list to starboard, is an amazing sight. Located some 35 miles offshore, the U-352 lies within close proximity of the Gulf Stream, which often times rewards divers with visibility upwards of 100 feet.
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