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[31 Oct 2008 | No Comment | 542 views]
Rating:Scuba Double Hose Retainer Clip Useful item

This clip works well. I only wish it was metal- I fear the plastic will snap in time. But its a good item and helps to keep my hoses where they need to be.

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[31 Oct 2008 | No Comment | 520 views]
Rating:Innovative Bumper Sticker. Great product

I love this sticker- I put it on my back car window. It was easy to apply and looks great!

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[31 Oct 2008 | No Comment | 493 views]
Rating:Scuba Titanium Dive Knife All purpose underwater tool

This all purpose tool has everything you would need. It is so lightweight and balanced I forgot I had it strapped to my leg until I had to use it! Locks into its casing and doesnt come loose. Ive used it to cut, shread and pry loose other divers gear or objects in the water. Best knife Ive used by far!

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[31 Oct 2008 | No Comment | 495 views]
Rating:Seavision 2000 Mask Excellent vision

Just came back from using my Seavision 2000 Mask. Im on a dive trip to the Micronesian Islands. If I hadnt tried them myself, I wouldnt have believe how much clearer my view is from my other pair of goggles. Dove 80 – 120 feet at some WWII wreck sights and then again this afternoon at 30 – 50 feet against a coral reef. Soft seal around face made it very comfortable and light weight. I have a purge on it and it did not press up against my nose or lip at depth. Excellent fit and I would highly recommend this product to add to your dive gear!

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[31 Oct 2008 | No Comment | 557 views]
Rating:H2O Magna 2mm Webbed Gloves H2O Magna Webbed Glove

I recently purchased these gloves to help paddle thru thicker surf as well as keep my hands warm into late surf season in the Northeast. Thus far I am very satisfied. The gloves fit well and work well in the New England surf. However, based upon the 2mm thickeness I dont expect to wear them t/o the winter. Nonetheless, for the price and the performance they are well worth it!

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[31 Oct 2008 | No Comment | 573 views]

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Dive Buddies »

[31 Oct 2008 | No Comment | 503 views]
yea i forgot to say go on a weekday
by diver500psi on 10/31/2008

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[31 Oct 2008 | No Comment | 509 views]
Hey man you and I are relly close wanna dive around victoria? get in touch westcoastdiver@wildmail.com
by wcd143 on 10/31/2008

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[31 Oct 2008 | No Comment | 520 views]
Thanks for taking the time to respond. I kind of thought that but I thought it might be wise to talk to someone who has some dive experience in the area without any particular bias. Good diving to you.
by SCUBA_Fish on 10/31/2008

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[31 Oct 2008 | No Comment | 507 views]
Been collecting FFMs for a very long time. Most people are into the Ocean Reefs or the Agas of which I have a few of each. The pros lean more towards the agas while the rec crowd tends more towards the Ocean reef. But the think the most important factor is how it fits your particular face. Definitely try before you buy if you can. But if you¥re doing real cold waterdiving (less than 50 degrees) I¥d go with an aga. I prefer my Ocean Reefs for my temperate to warm water dives. Hope that helps.
BT

on 10/31/2008