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Hands on: one of the top picks for 2024
Top 10 Dive Computers ‘24

Whether you’re replacing an ageing dive-computer or investing in a first unit, dive-gear guru MARK NEWMAN thought it might help to run through 10 of

Santi Diving Poncho Crew
Santi Diving Accessories Review

Santi Diving Poncho Crew This high-end poncho-cut protective coat is made of a high-quality, waterproof and breathable softshell material. There is a large kangaroo-type front

SCUBAPRO EVERFLEX YULEX 5/4MM | SRP: £470
Review of Scubapro Everflex Yulex 5/4MM

Mark Evans: Wetsuits have always traditionally been made from neoprene, but over the years, a few companies, including Fourth Element and Henderson, have started utilising new

Mark Newman
The 10 Best Regulators

MARK NEWMAN considers the best models currently available to meet a variety of demands To fill this brief I had a good look through the

Dive Rite 40th Anniversary
Dive Rite 40th Anniversary

Dive Rite: 40 Years of Equipment for Serious Divers Dive Rite was officially established 40 years ago today! Dive Rite started manufacturing dive equipment in

Luna
Scubapro launches Luna 2.0 dive computer

Scubapro has introduced its second generation Luna 2.0, an easy-to-read, intuitive dive computer loaded with easy-to-use features and available in two versions – the Luna

wetsuit
How to take care of your wetsuit

Continuing our series in conjunction with scuba.com – your one-stop-shop in North America for dive gear, snorkelling equipment, general watersports kit and much more, with

dive travel
A guide to packing for dive travel

Like all travel, dive travel takes thought and planning to ensure you are prepared for the best (and worst) experiences on your trip. Since we’ve done a