Category: Dive Computers

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Dive Computers

New Dive Computers Hit the Market

A reliable dive computer has become a must-have accessory when diving. Now, a new generation of iPhone-like computers has hit the market. Is it time to upgrade?

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Dive Computers Reviews

Review: Shearwater Petrel Dive Computer

This advanced tech-dive computer is rebreather compatible

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Dive Computers Reviews

Just How Smart Is The Smart Console?

How many times have you tried and failed to get your buddy’s attention underwater? Most of the time it’s just to point out something of interest that they missed, but sometimes an inability to signal your buddy could be a matter of life or death.

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By Beth Alexander

Marine Species: The Blue-Ringed Octopus

The blue-ringed octopus, or BRO for short, tops the list of the critters sought out by macro photographers. There are approximately five to 10 different species inhabiting the oceans, but they are most famous for being the only lethal octopus known to man.
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Cool Scuba Jobs: Great White Shark Guide

There are a lot of cool scuba jobs out there, and one of the coolest is a great-white shark guide. If you’ve ever wondered how to become a shark guide, or just how to find a reputable operator, look no further.
by Kathryn Hodgson
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Diving South Africa’s Sodwana Bay

In 2000, Sodwana Bay became internationally known after a group of technical divers rediscovered the prehistoric coelacanth in the depths of the park’s Jesser Canyon, but it is for the incredible biodiversity of the area’s shallower reefs that most divers flock there.
by Jessica Macdonald
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Diving with Threshers in Malapascua

Tiny Malapascua Island off the northern tip of Cebu in the Philippines, draws divers from around the world with the promise of an encounter with the elusive thresher shark.
by Shelley Collett