English, Español sigue tras el texto en inglés More and more recreational diving is becoming more and more complicated. Safety, safety and safety is the new word… and we copy technical diving in order to make our dives safer. Now I see people diving in a tec configuration (with a single cylinder) for a dive … More The new trend: make recreational diving complicated / La nueva moda: complicar el buceo recreativo
English, Español sigue tras el texto en inglés As you may know, Spare Air is a commercial brand that produces a tiny bottle of additional air intended for those who run out of air. It’s a tiny cylinder (you may attach it to your BCD) that comes in two different capacities: 0.44 lt and 0.23 … More Spare air: an alternative use / Spare Air: un uso alternativo
English, Español sigue tras el texto en inglés Lately, the diving computer market seams to move to hoseless computers. Even technical diving computers are made hoseless, what was unacceptable a few years ago. Even though they are more and more reliable, they are still not as reliable as a hose air integrated computer. I´ve also … More Hoseless computers / Ordenadores con transmisor
English, Español sigue tras el post en inglés Unless you do cave diving, you may never consider a pSCR (passive semiclosed rebreather) as a good choice if you are planing to go rebreathers. Most likely, you would think on getting a mCCR or a eCCR, but never pSCR. Why? There are a few answers: first, … More pSCR, why not? / pSCR ¿por qué no?