Category Archives: Dive Equipment

TDI Stage cave course Daniel is for the month of July our Tech Intern. This time he was doing his TDI Stage cave course. During the TDI stage cave course, cave divers can push their comfort levels and haul up to 5 cylinders through restrictions, mud-holes and tropical rain forest. Each course is customised to […]

AP Inspo CCR Advanced Trimix Course in Phuket Ben Reymenants has just finished the IART AP Inspo CCR Advanced Trimix course with Michael M down here in Phuket. Michael is from Melbourne Australia and has dived the unit for over a year now and is Advanced Wreck diver. The IART AP Inspo CCR Advanced Trimix course […]

DPV Stage Cave | Blue Label Diving Three divers slosh through the Thai Jungle. Their rock boots sink in the dirt under the weight of their gear – a cylinder in either hand, a dive harness, and a host of technology designed to push the limits of human exploration. Lighting the way with their torches, they come […]

Dive Torch review by Ben Reymenants – Underwater Light Dude   I destroy things. Not because I like to, just because my job poses high demands towards equipment. As a ccr cave instructor trainer, I live like a coal-miner; most of the week in the outback and every day underground. If there’s one thing I […]

A Comparison of Sidemount Bungee Systems Diving sidemount has several advantages over back-mounted configurations, one of which is the use of sidemount bungee systems to secure tanks. Tank valves secured by sidemount bungee systems can be pushed away when they must be manipulated and hold tanks tight to a diver’s body at other times. Several types […]

Mapping a Dive Site – a skill for a new Dive Master to master A dive guide must be familiar with the sites to lead safe, enjoyable dives. A good guide will be able to navigate effortlessly, give correct briefs, and act decisively in emergency situations. Mapping a dive site can be a fantastic and […]

SSI Science of Diving Specialty Course Every diving course passes knowledge to students at a level appropriate to their interests and previous training. Some courses are progressive. For example, most agencies require nitrox training before allowing a student to enroll in a course that teaches decompression diving. Other courses are more fundamental and apply to […]

Fourth Element – Thermal Protection Wear – The Right Gear for the Job Tech divers understand the importance of gear selection. We know it’s often possible to make a “quick fix” but that, ultimately, it makes more sense to invest in top quality gear will support our dive objectives and our comfort for years. You […]

Complete guide on scuba diving internships and scuba diving courses in Phuket, Thailand. Do you want to get away from the regular, mundane activity and do something spectacular? Scuba diving serves as a passport to another world. We give you a Complete guide on scuba diving internships in Phuket, Thailand. This form of learning how to dive […]

Which CCR Rebreather The ISC Pathfinder vs Poseidon MK6 After the JJ-MEG comparison, friends and students have asked us to do a review on the so-called rec – tec hybrid rebreathers the ISC Pathfinder and the Poseidon MK6. So which CCR Rebreather? The label is perhaps an unfair one because as two of the most […]