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If you want to know more about the rEvo rebreather you can check out a new video interview we made with Paul Raymaekers, designer of the rEvo, at the Duikvaker dive show. The interview can be found at Submerge Productions > Action! > Interviews. Click on the rEvo tag or browse the list of interviews.
More info on the interviews from duikvaker:
With our film team we went to the Duikvaker dive show in Utrecht in The Netherlands (9 Feb 2008). The exhibition hall was huge with plenty of daylight what created an extremely friendly environment, both for the stand holders and the visitors.
We made 3 interviews. Two can already be found on our website.
Jim Standing – Fourth Element
Fourth element has a very interesting line of dive suits and under suits for the technical and recreational diver. Jim, director and designer, wants to bring out the “James Bond” in every male diver. And they did not forget the female divers either.
Paul Raymaekers – rEvo
The rEvo, an mCCR/eCCR rebreather was launched last year and it was a hit. Paul Raymaekers, designer of the rEvo,, tells all there is to know about his baby.
Last edited by PeCeDiver; February 29th, 2008 at 08:18 AM.