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Published on June 11th, 2012 12:38 AM
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Photos by: Howard Ehrenberg and Megan Jackson. Video by: Megan Jackson
The Hollis Prism 2 is the long anticipated entry into the closed circuit rebreather game for the Hollis brand. After years of development, planning, and production, the Prism 2 is now shipping out to instructors, and should be in the hands of consumers within the next few months.
Published on May 15th, 2012 02:40 PM
Number of Views: 2107
Recently, ScubaBoard was invited to attend a 2012 SCUBAPRO Demo Dive event. We couldn't pass up an opportunity to go diving and try new gear, so Howarde and I packed up and headed South to Islamorada, FL.
This past April, I was introduced to the Zeagle Express Tech BC. It was worn by an instructor candidate (Walt Stearns) during his ITC and I was intrigued. I had seen a similar BC at Oxychek's booth at DEMA and pretty much thought the concept was the best in show. No, I don't know which one came first and I have never gotten an Oxychek to try out. However,
So after three and a bit months I am now a fully certified dive master! In that time I did my advanced, EFR, rescue, 5 specialties and helped out in 2 IDC’s. I feel like I accomplished a lot in those...