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Dive lights make night dives possible, and they can really ratchet up the fun quotient of a day dive by allowing you to probe darker recesses in the reefs.
Find out why the Nauticam NA-S110 housing and Canon Powershot S110 camera were selcted as the Editor's Pick...
The aquabionic warp1 fin actively changes size and shape using Water Adapting Responsive Propulsion — or warp — technology to provide efficiency for any strength or style of kick.
Stretch panels are placed in specific performance zones in the suit and then double-glued with BARE’s Secure-Lock construction. A 360-degree Glideskin neck seal and internal skin-in flip seals at midforearm and midcalf help reduce water entry.
Designed for the advanced diver, this tough BC includes the Wrapture Harness System, Surelock II integrated-weight system, a dump valve in each corner, plus lots of D-rings and other features no serious diver can do without.
This caviar-class titanium reg continues to set the bar for cutting-edge features and superb breathing performance. The T3 comes with lighter component parts and a new three-year, 300-dive service-interval lifetime warranty, plus a deluxe padded travel bag.
The DC1400 Maxx Duo combines a 14-megapixel camera, fisheye wide-angle lens, flash, video light and tray (and a host of accessories), so you’ll never get caught choosing between shooting cool video or photos again.
The Mares X-Stream is our Editor's Pick for the April 2012 Gear feature on the latest and greatest dive fins
The world’s largest ocean impresses in every way, from its rich underwater diversity to its life-changing topside splendor. There are countless things to celebrate in the pacific ocean.
Find the right tool for the job. From dive lights that illuminate hidden wonders to travel bags that save you cash at the airline counter to gadgets that will make your dive safer, these accessories can solve most any scuba dilemma.