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THE definitive guide to dry suit diving.
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It is with a heavy hart that I have to inform all of you, our TXD fans and followers, that our Founder and Editor in Chief Brian J. Bugge was the victim of a diving accident on 20 May, 2018.  This loss has hit his family, friends and our local diving…
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​ COSMIQ+ 2.2-inch High-Contrast LCD Screen with Pixel-less EBTN Technology Review

​With so many dive computers being designed with the Navy Seal in mind the Deepblu COSMIQ+ is a breath of fresh air. In a sea of black and silver neoprene the first thing that pops about the COSMIQ+ is the style with color matching screen bezel / band…
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  I drug my rebreather and diving kit (in a 45 kg Pelican) 2300 miles to Seattle from Honolulu to dive on the Valiant Plane Wreck; a WWII treasure laying just a few miles north of Seattle. It was quite an interesting day. It’s always fun to travel with a…
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Diving Labels are a must have; it’s too easy to get your gear lost or lifted by another diver. Easy solution; put your name on it. Divinglabels.com will help you out! I’ve been using their labels for awhile on myCCR Liberty and other gear.   The labels…
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U-Boats Off The Outer Banks: Shadows In The Moonlight Jim Bunch is the world’s leading authority on the U-85. He has made over 1,000 dives on her and is the author of three books on the subject. Jim started diving the shipwrecks off the Outer Banks in the…
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Germany’s U-85: A Shadow In The Sea Jim Bunch is the world’s leading authority on the U-85. He has made over 1,000 dives on her and is the author of three books on the subject. Jim started diving the shipwrecks off the Outer Banks in the 1950’s. By 1994,…
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Traveling with your rebreather opens up opportunities all over the world. For me, diving in Hawaii is a dream come true and I love it, but the diving is spectacular in other places. I travel a lot for work so I capitalize on the paid travel (drafting this…
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I have been on a cold water dive kick lately. It sounds kind of ridiculous being that I live in Hawai’i. Still, I have had this urge to use my dry suit to not just stay dry, but warm as well! Last month we dove Lake Tahoe for a New Year’s dive, epic as…
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Deep Survival: One Deep Wreck Diver’s Story of Death and Survival – Part II “A dive is an exercise in task management…nearly all of them appear to be simple, but even the simplest tasks…can have catastrophic consequences” – Phillip Finch, Diving Into…
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Divers in Hawaii and surrounding islands have been without proper hyperbaric chamber access since the fall of 2017. That has just changed. This is huge news for recreational, technical and scientific divers here on Hawaii. University of Hawaii Hyperbaric…
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