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11 Tips For Safe Diving
In order to qualify as an open water scuba diver you need to be able to pass a medical clearance, and complete both theoretical and practical exams. Add to this the fact that modern equipment is both reliable and high tech, and you have all... next...
Are You Fit To Dive?
In Australia when Learning to Scuba Dive, participating in an Introductory Scuba Dive, joining a dive trip as an already qualified diver or completing additional training courses, all participants are required to be fit to dive. As some medical... next...
What Is Enriched Air Nitrox Diving
FOR MOST DIVERS, NITROX DIVING IS THE FIRST TASTE OF DIVING WITH EXOTIC GASSES, AND OPENS UP A WORLD OF LONGER, SAFER DIVES Nitrox is the common name used for breathing gasses with a higher percentage of oxygen than in normal atmospheric air.... next...
Don't Let Your Ears Ruin Your Dive!
Based on information from DAN South Africa and DAN Europe You've just finished your first dive of the day and everything is going great! You pinch your nose and blow to equalise your ears, but nothing happens. You try again with the same result.... next...
How to Thread a Soft Cam Band Tank Strap Buckle
Nothing strikes fear into a scuba diver more than discovering that the cam bank buckle on BCD they are about to assemble has come loose. The cam band is often taken for granted by new and experienced divers alike and it pays to learn how yours... next...
6 Secrets Of Buoyancy Control
Article Originally BY SCUBALAB SEPTEMBER 11, 2007 On one hand, divemasters constantly urge us to look for the detail in the reef, the small critters like the blennies and the cleaner shrimp which may be no more than an inch long. That implies... next...
Regulator Mares Fusion 52X
Appeared in DIVER February 2015 Nowadays, the regulators I get to dive with all have to pass rigorous European test procedures to gain CE approval before they can legally be sold in Europe. This means that they all seem very similar in their... next...
What to do with the plastic box your dive mask came in?
It's almost too good to throw away, that neat little mask box that will probably never contain a mask again! Murphy's Law dictates that if something can go wrong, it will go wrong. This will normally be in the form of a blown o-ring, or a broken... next...