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  1. What dive computer should I get

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesg1231 View Post
    Everyone this is my first time on this sight and i was wondering if i could get any help deciding what dive computer i should get. I want some thing below $300and something that looks nice and i could wear all the time. I looked at the G SHOK Range man but I am not sure if it tells you the depth you are at. Thank you so much,wesg1231
  2. Get a GoPro Carry Case for a buck!

    by , October 25th, 2014 at 02:38 PM (Peter Bucknell , Video Producer)
    Someone asked to post an Amazon deal on the Underwater GoPro FaceBook Group:

    GoPro carry case for a buck!

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  3. Last NYC GoPro class for 2014

    by , October 16th, 2014 at 04:57 PM (Peter Bucknell , Video Producer)
    Tired of your bumpy footage? Just bought a new GoPro?
    Take the class, it's fun and you'll learn a lot.

    4 Spots are open:More info at: http://www.how2scuba.com/training/Specialties/GoPro/
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  4. 13th October 2014 - Stunning Weather for the Weekend!

    We were treated to some stunning weather and dive conditions over the weekend, especially Saturday and Sunday. With no current running at Flat Rock divers enjoyed relaxing dives at Shark Alley, Turtle Caves and Coral Gardens, with the Caves putting on a great display! Grey Nurse Sharks, a White Tip Reef Shark, Shovel Nose Ray, Eagle Rays, Bull Rays, Mantis Shrimp, Huge Loggerhead turtle and lots of smaller Green and Hawksbill Turtles, Bat Fish.... the list goes on! Water temp hit as high as 23 degrees ...
  5. Diving Attitude - Before During and After!

    Friends, there are many things in life we cannot control. Equipment breaks, the weather changes, sometimes we get sick. But the one thing that is in our control is our attitude. Attitude is part of what makes a good diver. It's important before a dive, during a dive and after a dive.

    I had a three year hiatus from diving, and one day, a friend put together a nice diving weekend and invited me. This was a great opportunity because my host also happened to be the person who ...
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