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Archive for October, 2012

A trip to Caribbean getaway

A trip to Caribbean getaway

Are you like me, someone who just wants to get away from the everyday stresses of normal life and relax in an all inclusive hotels where there’s nothing to worry about, except maybe the bikini body? I just really fancy getting away and being somewhere where nobody can contact (well, I will switch my phone […]

Five Great Scuba Diving Spots in Cornwall

Five Great Scuba Diving Spots in Cornwall

Cornwall’s north coast is well known for its spectacular cliffs and miles of golden sand, yet the south coast of Cornwall holds a magic all of its own. Instead, you will find deep natural harbours, pretty hidden coves and dramatic rocky protuberances, all of which make it perfect for scuba diving! If you take the […]

Suunto Cobra Air/Nitrox Air Integrated Computer Console Review

Suunto Cobra Air/Nitrox Air Integrated Computer Console Review

Modern dive computers pack a hell of a lot in to such a small device. At the moment the market is flooded with computers that offer a range of features to suit every need. Consumers can choose from the inexpensive to the very expensive, from small displays to large displays and dozens of menus and […]

SCUBAPRO Seahawk BC with Air 2 Buoyancy Compensator Review

SCUBAPRO Seahawk BC with Air 2 Buoyancy Compensator Review

SCUBAPRO have been a leading name in diving equipment since the 1960s and are responsible for many of the innovative products that we see on the market today. Continuing the trend of award-winning equipment, SBUBAPRO offers the Seahawk buoyancy compensator with the added option of Air2. With so many back flotation jackets on the market, […]

Oceanic GEO 2.0 Wrist Computer Review

Oceanic GEO 2.0 Wrist Computer Review

The Oceanic GEO was an excellent and very powerful dive computer that won an army of diving enthusiast fans for its outstanding performance and stylish build. Never one to rest on their laurels, Oceanic looked at the GEO and decided that there were ways that it could be improved, resulting in the all new Oceanic […]

Aeris 5 Oceans Buoyancy Compensator Review

Aeris 5 Oceans Buoyancy Compensator Review

Aeris are a well-established provider of diving equipment for all occasions and have several well performing buoyancy compensators on the market. Dual purpose BCs are becoming ever more popular, especially with travelers who like to flat pack for a trip to tropical waters and Aeris’ offering to this growing market is the 5 Oceans – […]

Dive into the Great Barrier Reef with the First Underwater Imagery in Google Maps

Dive into the Great Barrier Reef with the First Underwater Imagery in Google Maps

Good news for those who have always desired to go scuba diving into the picturesque Great Barrier Reef, but never seem to have afforded or had time to undertake it. Google has come out with its latest addition to the Google Maps service: underwater panoramic views of six special sea spots that is a virtual […]

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