Monthly Madness Prize Draw – Enriched Air Course

As a diver you know that your bottom time is limited due to the Nitrogen we absorb.  When diving ~18 metres or shallower, you can stay for up to an hour if you have enough air.  But go a little deeper and your bottom time is reduced dramatically. Well why not extend your bottom time […]

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 Zeagle Onyx II Monthly Madness Prize Draw

  The Zeagle Onyx II Regulator is an outstanding piece of kit that outperforms many in its class. The black chrome plated marine brass first stage regulator is a balanced diaphragm design which is inherently environmentally sealed. That means there is no risk of water, sand, salt or grit entering your first stage through the […]

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 Monthly Madness Prize Draw – Oceanic Atmos BCD

        The Oceanic Atmos BCD is a durably-constructed, full featured hybrid aircell BCD. The unique hybrid rear-inflation bladder enables air to “shift,” which providing maximum lift and keeps you properly orientated on or below the surface.    Rear inflation enables you to perfect your trim while swimming underwater, aided by placement of your weights […]

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 October Monthly Madness Prize Draw – BARE Velocity Ultra Semidry Wetsuit

We’re not just in your element; we were born there! In a factory on the coast of British Columbia — BARE, the brainchild of 2 divers determined on creating a drysuit for the frigid waters of the Canadian Pacific Ocean was born.   For over 40 years, Bare has honed their expertise and become obsessed […]

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 September 2018 Monthly Madness Draw – PADI Advanced Open Diver Course

You have finished your Open Water Course and discovered that the little diving bug in side you has grown and you are now looking for your next underwater adventure. The PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Course (AOW) is the next step. This course focuses on the practical elements of diving from identifying marine life to […]

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 August 2018 Monthly Madness Prize – Hollis Midi Torch, Kevlar Gloves, DHQ Catchbag and Cray Measure

Whether it’s poking your nose under a rock to check for that next monster cray or going for an always epic night dive to check out the nocturnal sea life, every diver should carry at least one torch. A back up is also always a good idea, as well as a necessity when night diving. […]

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