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Equipment Review: SeaLife Micro 3.0 Camera and Sea Dragon 2500F Lights (Watch Video)

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n a video shot exclusively for Scubaverse.com, Jeff Goodman reviews the SeaLife Micro 3.0 Camera and Sea Dragon 2500F Lights.

Find out more at: www.sealife-cameras.com

Jeff Goodman is the Editor-at-Large for Scubaverse.com with responsibility for conservation and underwater videography. Jeff is an award-winning TV wildlife and underwater cameraman and film maker who lives in Cornwall, UK. With over 10,000 dives to his credit he has dived in many different environments around the world.

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TUSA Sport Black Series Full-Face Mask now available

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Introducing the TUSA Sport UM-8001 Full-Face Mask

Goodbye jaw discomfort (no uncomfortable mouthpiece to bite onto). Goodbye difficult breathing and goodbye water in your snorkel thanks to our dry snorkel. For good. Huge field of vision and no more fogging thanks to TUSA’s patented and independently tested air circulation technology.

FULL VISUAL on the underwater world – TUSA Sport Full-Face Snorkeling mask will revolutionize your snorkeling experience. You will be able to observe everything that happens around you underwater with a 180° panoramic view.

SNORKEL & BREATHE LIKE MOTHER NATURE TAUGHT US

Goodbye jaw discomfort, goodbye difficult breathing and goodbye water in your snorkel. For good. With TUSA Sport Full-Face Snorkeling Mask  you breathe through your nose, while the dry top prevents water from getting in the snorkel. Now your mouth is free to say: WOW!

AUGMENTS YOUR FIELD OF VISION, THE MOST!

TUSA Sport Full-Face Snorkeling Mask has the largest field of vision of any mask out there.

NO MORE FOGGING PROBLEMS

Goodbye defoggers, hassles and lost opportunities to see the fish of a lifetime. TUSA Sport Full-Face Snorkeling Mask’s breathing circulation inside the mask’s frame guarantees no fogging and no extra stress. Just take it out and jump in.

DRY TOP SNORKEL

No more water getting in your snorkel, you don’t have to clear it if you go underwater, and no water gets in if there’s surf, splash or such. Just breathe comfortably and enjoy the ride.

For more information about how to purchase in the UK click here.

For more information about worldwide availability click here.

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Fourth Element release new freediving suit

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For 20 years fourth element have been pioneers of underwater thermal protection, experience they now bring to freediving.

Designed for recreational freediving, their new RF collection uses a optimum combination of Glideskin, Smoothskin and lined neoprene to maximise your freedom in the water, allowing you to focus on your breath, visualise and reach your limit.

The 3/2mm RF1 suit is easy to don, yet effectively sealed by Smoothskin seals at the wrists, ankles and neck. A ‘black-out’ zipper and robust inner linings ensure that this suit is more versatile than open cell suits, but water ingress is minimised keeping you warmer for longer.

Glideskin panels over the shoulders and along the legs give excellent stretch, improving fit and hydrodynamics, while subtle knee protection and more durable linings elsewhere ensure that this suit is practical for freediving in many environments.

The RF1 suit can be combined with the new RF vest to enhance thermal protection. This creates 6mm on the critical torso area and 3mm protection for the head, keeping suit flush to a minimum without adding restrictive bulk.

Discover the Recreational Freediving collection HERE

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