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Welcome to Dive Gear Reviews, a comprehensive guide to scuba diving equipment. Scuba diving is an expensive pursuit, so looking up reviews for a particular article of equipment is a wise precaution before investing any hard-earned money in it. However, consumer reviews may or may not be written by an experienced diver, and magazine reviews could be suspect due to the advertising ties of the publication in question. Dive Gear Reviews provides cross-referenced reviews assembled by an expert, making it possible to see at a glance what multiple sources said about a particular piece of scuba equipment. If one magazine loved a scuba regulator or a dive computer, but the consumers hated it, that information will be found here.

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November

Pinnacle Inferno V-Skin Wetsuit Review

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Here is an idea: thermal protection for divers without adding the buoyancy from all those gas bubbles trapped in neoprene. Despite the nomenclature used above, that is what the Pinnacle Inferno V-Skin offers, and it therefore is not a wetsuit. Think of this as a high-tech suit of tights for wetwear. It’s a laminate of […]

05
August

Seac Pro 2000 HD BCD Review

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Seac Sub’s Pro 2000 HD BCD is a hybrid design, in that while it is primarily a back-infating wing BCD, it also has some modest capability to inflate on the front like a jacket, making bobbing around on the surface more comfortable. How this works is that the diver tightens the webbing while in the […]

07
August

Aeris ION LT/AT 600 Regulator Review

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The ION LT/AT 600 is Aeris’ top of the line regulator, checking off boxes in both the travel and the high-performance categories. The latest installment of the ION series, the LT/AT 600 weighs in at a modest 2 lbs, 3 oz. (around 1kg), with a first stage so small as to be barely larger than […]