Archive for the 'Gear' Category



Decompression Chambers

Wednesday 4 April 2007 @ 3:26 am

 Portable Decompression Chambers

GSE Flex-Dec Chambers are available from http://www.sub-find.com/

Portable Decompression Chamber Decompression Chamber

This lightweight, flexible decompression pressure hull is made of a composite fabric with aluminum ends.
When the unit is inflated it still can be comfortably used in either a small diving boat or personal aircraft in the event of an evacuation. These units are certified to an operating pressure of 5.1 bar. This gives it the capability to perform an emergency decompression down to the maximum relief depth of 165 feet of seawater.




ATMOS ai dive computer

Wednesday 21 March 2007 @ 8:25 am

ATMOS aiThe ATMOS ai with Quick Disconnect is the same great ATMOS ai computer, but with the added functionality of Aeris’ Quick Disconnect.

By adding this feature, you can quickly disconnect the high pressure hose of your ATMOS ai computer from the high pressure port of your regulator without using any tools.




Akona Wetsuit – diving

Wednesday 21 March 2007 @ 8:19 am

Akona wetsuitTemperature Range
A full-length wetsuit with a neoprene thickness of 7mm can normally be used by divers in water temperatures ranging from 50° – 60° F, but it is important to remember that all divers are different, so the thickness of your suit is ultimately up to you.

Key Features:

  • Unique Grab Shoulder Material
  • Durable and Flexible Knee Pads
  • New Styling and Cut
  • Glide-skin Neck, Wrist, and Ankle Seals
  • Glue and Blind Stitch Construction
  • 7mm Nylon II Neoprene
  • YKK #10 Zipper in Back of Suit

They do also make a full-length wetsuit with a neoprene thickness of 3mm which can be used by divers in water temperatures ranging from 70° – 80° F, but it is important to remember that all divers are different, so the thickness of your suit is ultimately up to you.