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Scuba divers have stuff. Some stuff like eye glasses, cell phone and car keys are valuable and need protection from loss and damage. I would throw these into my gear box and might rummage for other scuba items needed for a dive. I wanted to have a secure box so that I could protect my valuables. The dry box is just the right size and has two secure latches to keep everything inside safe. Just what I needed.
The light came with a pistol grip which is fine except as a NJ wreck diver I need to aim the light low or under a wreck. The lantern grip is needed to do this most effectively. Both the pistol and the lantern grip are high quality and work well with the Light Cannon. The only drawback is they both mount with set screws and those screws need to be secure on a dive.
What you wear under your wetsuit or drysuit does make a difference. I have the Ocean Quest jumpsuit so I know the fit and quality. As divers, we are rarely gentle when donning our gear on a dive boat and our undergarments are secondary to our wetsuit or drysuit. Ocean Quest takes the insults in stride. I dont always need the jumpsuit so I was happy to get the short sleeve rash guard and it didnt disappoint. Good quality. Nice fit. I did order a size larger than usual for this base layer to make sure it was comfortable all day. Its a heavier fabric than my usual base layers with good seams. The high quality logo adds style! Ya gotta wear bangin tees when ya dive! On warm weather dives my Ocean Quest stands out of the cotton Ts crowd early in the day and through surface intervals. I have several Ts as base layers and I am pleased to add Ocean Quest to the collection. Wear it with confidence.
the order was processed lightening fast plus free delivery! four hours after placing the order online i received an e-mail that it was shipped. i checked tracking and it was in transit early the next day. cant ask for anything better. i like the oceanquest lycra dive skin jumpsuit because of the front zipper. a major problem with many scuba exposure suits is being too tight around my neck. the front zipper allows me to keep it open a couple of inches at the neck so it doesnt feel too tight. im a tweener since the sizing guidelines said the medium is kinda small and the large is kinda big. too big and we defeat the purpose of the base layer so i got the medium. its really a second skin and a few lbs. heavier and a few inches taller and i would not have been able to get into it. the quality is good, the seams are rugged and its super comfortable. it provides no warmth - purely exposure protection which is fine in warmer weather it protects my skin without getting overheated. dries quickly. under my drysuit up here in the northeast i can add other layers depending on the water temperatures.