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the balanced rig scuba diving

Originally posted 2011-08-30 17:36:52. Scuba Buoyancy Masterclass Series #8 THE BALANCED RIG by Andy Davis When considering the configuration of their scuba equipment for precision buoyancy and weighting, scuba divers should pay heed to the safety issues arising from having non-ditchable weight.  To mitigate those potential problems, it is worthwhile to devote some attention to […]

scuba diving Trim-Water-Resistance

Originally posted 2011-10-25 23:33:20. Scuba Buoyancy Masterclass Series #1 STREAMLINED SCUBA EQUIPMENT by Andy Davis, PADI TecRec, ANDI, BSAC and SSI Technical Diving Instructor Streamlined scuba equipment is a critical factor in making overall improvements to your comfort and control in the water.  Scuba divers should consider streamlined scuba kit to be a high priority […]

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Balanced Weighting For Scuba Divers The purpose of weighting for a scuba diver is to ensure that they can remain neutrally buoyant at all times in the water. The diver themselves is most buoyant in shallow water at the end of their dive; this is when they have the least exposure suit depth compression and […]

homemade diy sidemount rig harness system

Some Options for Homemade / DIY Sidemount Rigs I use several homemade / DIY sidemount configurations frequently when wreck diving in the Philippines.  These sidemount configurations are exceptionally economic – costing significantly less than ‘off-the-shelf’ purchased rigs. The majority of components can be bought ‘over-the-counter’ at a reasonably well stocked dive shop, and/or make use […]