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  1. Free logo Custom - Brinyte Flashlight DIV12

    by , July 1st, 2015 at 09:14 PM (Brinyte Diving Flashlight Introduction)
    As we all know, Shenzhen Yeguang Technology Co.,LTD has developed 9 years in the LED powerful flashlight market 9 years. Our brand-Brinyte, which is famous for high quality led flashlight, user-friendly and high-cost effective to meet global OEM and ODM business. And Brinyte is the top diving flashlight brand in China now.
    This time, I will introduce our newest portable diving flashlight-DIV12 to you! Firstly, let’s show the color appearance --black,claret and royal blue.
    -dive-flashlight-jpg-dive-flashlight-4-jpg ...
  2. Backscatter Macromate Mini Lens for GoPro: Things to Know

    I recently returned from several weeks worth of scuba and my first time using the GoPro along with Backscatter's Macromate Mini Lens. Let me clarify that I have no previous underwater photography experience and my use of the GoPro on this trip was limited to photography, not video.

    I was able to obtain some fairly impressive results, especially when combined with a simple editor (I downloaded the free version of Android's Photo Editor Pro app for my Samsung Tablet). Overall, I was really ...
  3. Crowley's Blog - Living the Dream, Part 7 - Seriously Unimpressed

    I had to take a few days out after the Rescue course because as I mentioned in the previous chapter, I couldn’t actually walk properly for a couple of days due to the fact that I hadn’t done that much physical activity in one go since I ran the London Marathon, which was never.

    Whilst I had taken an immediate liking to Steve, the owner of the dive centre, and was rapidly getting over the feeling that I had made a monumental and very expensive blunder, I still had some serious concerns ...
  4. Cavern & Cave Diving in Mexico's Cenotes

    When it's time for a dive vacation again we all have our specific and individual preferences. Some prefer exotic dive destinations such as Indonesia or Cocos Islands whereas some rather stick to places they've visited before. Both is fine I guess. Some prefer busier dive shops and others might just feel overwhelmed by an outfit operating 10+ boats with 10-15 divers each on them. However, I think it's safe to say that we all have one thing in common: we all are looking for a great place to stay and ...
  5. Crowley's Blog - Living the Dream, Part 6 - Help! Help!

    The Rescue Diver course is often described in the PADI literature as “the first step to becoming a dive professional” and ever since I took my own rescue course, I have to say that I very much whole-heartedly agree – and not because I’m some sort of agency-brainwashed robot, it’s because it’s absolutely true.

    For me personally, I think the first step on the professional ladder was that last holiday to Sharm in 2004. Yes, there was the whole getting-drunk-with-my-instructor-kindling-of-the-first-spark ...
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