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Very nice BC with nice features. Lots of D-rings to clip on accessories. Big pockets. Spots to bolt on a BC knife. Im very tall and the Cressi BCs somehow fit the best and provide a horizontal position in the water with no effort. Quick dump valves are easy to find and use. There are also adjustments so you can tighten the closure if you need to, which most BCs dont offer.
Pinnacle makes some good wet suits. It fits really well and is tight around the openings to help keep the flow of water out. It also has a very thick spine pad to keep the water from coming in the zipper and chilling your spine. They also make a good range of sizes so you can get a good fit.
I traded in a Mosquito for this computer. I believe it is the only watch style computer that does gas switches. There are 3 gas switches for tec diving. 21-100% O2. You can also do integrated pressure monitoring with it with a different transmitter on each of your tanks, so when you switch gases, you also switch transmitters automatically. It is also a Neo-Haldanean model, which is more liberal with recreational diving. I find the RGBM models to be too conservative for me. Its a great computer for the price. Definitely recommended.
I was looking for a mouthpiece similar to the Atomic type. This one is close. I get some pain in my jaw from biting down on really small mouthpieces. This one fits deep in the mouth and distributes the pressure among many teeth and reduces jaw stress. Could be a little softer though.
Self sealing SMBs are the best. They dont spill when you send them up. I use it with my reel for tec diving. Well worth the extra cost. The OMS version is a good one.