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7 facts about Starfish


With regular appearances under the sea, the starfish is a creature widely known and loved, especially by children. The starfish is an invertebrate.


How to Equalize the Ears


From simple cases of just swimming to serious and sometimes even de barotrauma, divers are vulnerable _d04a07d8-9cd1-3239-9149-20833bd6cd7_d0849_cd6_ 3239-9149-20813d6c673b_ to ear problems, because the delicate mechanisms that govern our hearing and balance are simply not designed for the rapid pressure changes that result from diving.


Fortunately, ear injuries are preventable.

Knives and Cutting Devices

Diving knives and cutting devices are not intended to be used ​​ as weapons or defense mechanisms. These cutting devices are tools that help you get the most out of every dive and ensure your safety.



Nitrox, EANx or Enriched Air, you may have heard of it at some point.


Enriching the air we are going to breathe during a dive means adding more oxygen and decreasing the amount of nitrogen in the mixture.



Do you know what Hypercapnia is?


Hypercapnia is excess carbon dioxide in the cardiorespiratory system, which in scuba diving can be caused by overexertion or not being able to breathe slowly and deeply.

A short respiratory cycle (short, rapid breaths), decreased carbon dioxide elimination leading to a high concentration of dead air (air contained in the airway spaces) and an increase in carbon dioxide production can create a situation where that carbon dioxide production is higher than your respiratory system can eliminate.

9 Tips to improve your Air Consumption


At some point everyone watched with envy and mild suspicion that they   were hiding a pair of gills somewhere, because how else could anyone breathe so little? And everyone knows the dreaded question when we come back from a dive: "How much air did you finish the dive in?"

The History of Safety Stops


Today, safety stops are common practice. Every diver knows that before ascending, one should stop at 5 meters for 3 minutes to help exhale the nitrogen absorbed during the dive. The safety stop not only slows the release of nitrogen, which reduces the risk of decompression sickness, but it also reminds divers to look out for obstacles that may be in the way of their ascent.

Buying your own scuba gear is a smart investment.


At first it might make sense to rent equipment, but if you're going to be a regular diver, one of the smartest investments you can make is to buy your own equipment.


Kit that can save your dive


It's not if it's going to happen, but when you'll need your kit: your dry suit's zipper won't budge, your buddy's mask has snapped the strap, a cylinder o-ring has snapped... If you're not prepared , you are not a diver. Don't expect to learn the hard way. Use our checklist below to get started on putting together your dive kit.


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