Written by guest blogger and AmbassaDiver Akim Ladhari There’s a large range of equipment and brands entry level freedivers can use, depending on location and type of freediving to be practiced, but first let’s look at the difference between freediving and scuba diving equipment. Freediving equipment is usually designed to be very comfortable, streamlined […]Read more ›
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Think dry suit diving is just for cold water divers and tec geeks? Think again… If you hate being cold, and love being underwater, a dry suit is a great investment. Though more expensive than a wetsuit, a dry suit can last ten times longer and knowing how to dive […]Read more ›
Are you planning your next dive trip? Trying to decide what to pack and what to leave at home? It’s frustrating to arrive at your destination only to realise that you have left something you need at home so here’s some essentials that you should consider when packing for your […]Read more ›
Article written by David Espinosa Being finished with your PADI® Open Water Diver course means two things: more opportunities for learning, which leads to more opportunities for buying scuba equipment. If you’re gear heads like us, PADI offers a number of advanced courses and specialties that’ll have you exploring more […]Read more ›
When it comes to buying your own scuba diving gear it can be difficult to know when you should buy and what you should buy. Here are some guidelines as well as pros, cons and suggestions for both new divers and experienced divers to help you navigate your way around […]Read more ›
When it comes to male and female attire, there are different cuts and designs for everything from jeans to shirts to jackets. So what about scuba gear? The good news for scuba divers is that manufacturers seem to be celebrating those differences, with dive equipment built for the shapes and sizes that […]Read more ›