We’re spoiled for choice when it comes to picking out a pair of scuba diving fins: jet fins, split fins, paddle fins—the list goes on. So how do you know what to choose? Let us help.
Keeping everything you need dry and close to hand is a key component of a successful day out on a dive boat. With that in mind, here’s our list of drybag essentials.
With dive trips on the horizon, we’ve got a lot of new gear to check out. Here we’re unboxing the Cressi Donatello dive computer.
We may have a problem when it comes to buying dive masks. Check our review of the new Cressi A1 and F-Dual masks, great additions to the growing collection.
Once bitten by the diving bug, most of us start looking to buy our own gear. Here are some tips for basic dive gear maintenance to keep your new kit in tip-top shape.
You’ve taken the plunge (pun intended) and learned to dive, now it’s time to get your own equipment. Here are some considerations when it comes to buying your first scuba diving BCD.
A good wetsuit can make the difference between a great dive and calling a dive because of cold. Here are some tips on buying your first scuba diving wetsuit.
If you’ve recently learned to dive, you’re probably in the market for your first dive computer. With lots of entry-level options on the market, the choice can be confusing.
When it comes to cleaning dive gear, our biggest worry is usually removing saltwater. As the world tries to slow the spread of Covid 19, keeping gear clean has taken on a whole new meaning.
As plastic pollution threatens ocean health, dive gear companies are stepping up in innovative ways to make a difference with sustainable swimwear.
Acquiring gear can be incredibly costly, but buying used equipment for tech diving is a viable option if you’re well informed. Here’s what you need to know.