Scubapro

MK19 EVO BT/ G260 Carbon BT

Fans of diaphragm regs will be interested to learn that Scubapro launched a new regulator in Winter 2020, that’s CE certified to the new EN250A standard. The ‘MK19 EVO BT’ (BT = Black Tech) balanced diaphragm first stage is smaller than competing brands. It has been designed specifically for technical divers wanting to explore cold / contaminated (think silty) waters below 4°C / 38°F. The swivelling turret (2 x HP ports, 4 x high-flow LP ports, 1 x axial ‘super-high-flow LP port) enables optimal and smooth hose routing.

Scubapro Galileo G2

The Galileo has now had a revamp with the launch of the G2. Certain key features introduced by In 2007, Scubapro released a ground-breaking new design with its Galileo dive computers - incorporating a heart rate monitor (via a separate chest belt) to increase the personalisation of decompression algorithms for different divers.

Scubapro Mesh 'N Roll Bag

Scubapro's latest lightweight gear hauler is manufactured from a heavy-duty PVC coated mesh. This fabric should mean the resulting bag is lightweight, durable and rugged.

I am a fan of mesh bags for many reasons. Firstly they are, in the main, light to carry. I do a great impression of being a bag lady lugging gear through airports, up stairs and down piers.

Scubapro Mantis M1

This was recently confirmed when Fitbit - the company that manufacturers a suite of devices that track your steps, calories burnt and active minutes - floated on the New York Stock Exchange in June 2015. The Financial Times reported that within minutes of Fitbit making their public debut, their shares soared 52 per cent.