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Drysuit Latex Bellows Neck Seal
Great value for a spare neck seal. Always best to keep on on-hand for that one time that you manage to rip the one on your suit. Presuming you've got a user-replaceable seal (I'm using the Si-Tech Quick Neck), a five minute change-out and you're back in business; no lost dives or skunked charter because you ripped the seal. Remember to gut it to the right size ahead of time (match your existing seal), so it's ready to roll.

MisterMatt  |  2019-12-29 00:29:20

XL4+ Regulator
Much more heavy duty then I expected. Cant go wrong with Apeks

Gary  |  2019-12-27 22:13:40

D5 Air Integrated Wrist Computer
I got myself the lime version of the D5 and POD transmitter and I really like it. I am a scuba instructor trainer and freedive instructor and this computer allows me to benefit in both worlds with it. I had Suunto dive products for the last 16 years and that is my favorite so far. I used it on around 70 scuba dives in Indonesia, North Carolina and Mexico and on countless pool and open water freediving sessions until now. It took me a little while to customize it until I liked the settings that I would see underwater. I suggest to trim down the different displays to only see what you really need underwater otherwise you waste time scrolling through the menus underwater. The display: sometimes it appears to be hard to see at first on the surface. However in direct sunlight, on the surface and underwater it is crystal clear. The Memory in Pixel type display is very appealing and looks kind of futuristic to me. Battery life: after one charge I get 11h underwater time with "low screen brightness". If I am not underwater this charge will last probably 3-4 days. So I charge it just with my smart phone over night. In freedive mode I can feel the 15ft depth alarm vibrations through my 3mm suit, but not through my thicker suits. It gives me all I need during breathe-up and on the dive. Even an ascent and descent rate. The air integration: this feature is very useful as scuba diver and this new generation of Suunto POD work flawless. The paring was super quick and super stable for me. Accessories: I really like the different straps that Suunto offers. They are super easy to change, the silicone ones feel really good and the look stylish. I got the additional one Blue Nato and Black Silicone. Software: It has a great logbook with visualization of the dives and a very quick linking with the bluetooth app. However the app is still not 100% - I don't need a "daily goal" when I am scuba or freediving or I have not found yet how to turn that feature off in the app. I can totally recommend this product. Best price/value from Suunto since the Mosquito. And as a personal Suunto side note: Since the old Spyder and Stinger series I found the D-Series having lost a bit their character - with the exception of this new D5: that computer has character!

Tobi  |  2019-12-27 00:37:38

P-Valve Replacement Hose
The hose is an exact replacement for the p valve hose. Works like new. Would recommend replacing check valves at the same time. Need to use thermoplastic sleeves and a heat gun to cover the valves and tubing to restore the balanced Light Monkey p valve to new condition

Brian  |  2019-12-25 16:32:11

Light Combo Pack AL250 & AL1200
Got this for night diving for a class. I didn't want to get a more expensive light since I still have some high dollar value things to buy for my kit like regs and a BC and the shop was out of rental lights. I got the narrow beam and it does a great job at a great value. I had no trouble seeing in the dark and at no point felt like I needed more light. The light lasted for three dives before the led indicator showed a low battery. (nice design there-the on/off switch changes from green to blue to red to show battery power) Sure, it lacks features like an adjustable beam and is not the absolute brightest light. However, until I advance to more technical diving this will get the job done for general rec use and serve as a great backup in the future. And at under $200 vs approaching $1000 for some of the more advanced lights, this is a no brainer. I havent really used the little light but I threw it in my pocket just in case I needed a backup. It is much dimmer but will be better than nothing in an emergency. Recommended for any rec divers needing a light at a great value.

AMF  |  2019-12-20 22:37:38

Dive coat
Good coat for the money. It does have a left handed zipper. I would have opted for right had I known.

Bill  |  2019-12-20 03:32:44

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