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Dive Equipment Advice

Getting the most out of your mask

By |February 17th, 2017|

While a new BCD or regulator set are key to SCUBA, nothing tops a well fitting and comfortable dive mask. You can still enjoy a dive with a BCD that doesn’t fit perfectly, or a reg set that doesn’t breathe quite the way that you want it, but an ill fitting and uncomfortable dive mask […]

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Make Your Drysuit Zipper Last Longer!

By |December 27th, 2016|

It’s no secret that a drysuit isn’t a small investment. However, that investment often pays for itself in added comfort and an extended dive season. Going beyond the initial investment in your drysuit, undergarments, and added options, there is the ongoing cost of maintaining your suit and keeping it diveable. With that in mind, there […]

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5 Pieces of SCUBA Gear You Should Check Out

By |December 5th, 2016|

In the last few months, things have been buzzing here at Dive Right In Scuba. With helping our awesome customers, wrapping up another epic dive season, and making improvements to our customer’s experience, we’ve all been making moves around the shop. With that in mind, we wanted to take an opportunity to highlight a few […]

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Dive Computers Are Nice, But They Don’t Substitute Training

By |November 14th, 2016|

In recent years, technology, as it relates to dive computers, has grown leaps and bounds. From simple single gas, air only computers with fuzzy displays to the current multi-color, crisp, mixed gas computers any anything in between. The current crop of dive computers has the function and form to stand up to any type of […]

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Unboxed: The Nomad LS and SMS Katana

By |October 26th, 2016|

When I first began diving sidemount in 2011, there were only a couple of commercially available units on the market. Since then, sidemount diving has grown leaps and bounds and has become more accepted in the mainstream diving community than many ever thought that it would. Having said that, nowadays, new sidemount harnesses seem to […]

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The DRIS SCUBA BCD Buyer’s Guide

By |August 9th, 2016|

Picking out the perfect set of dive gear can be a daunting task for any diver, whether new to the underwater world or experienced. Buoyancy Control Devices or BCD’s are no different. With all of the new styles and configurations flooding the market, the prudent diver needs to do her or her own research in […]

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The DRIS Drysuit Buyer’s Guide

By |July 11th, 2016|

If you’re reading this, you’re probably ready to ditch that old wetsuit and make the investment in a drysuit and extend your dive season in comfort. We understand that making the leap into a drysuit most likely will represent the most significant investment you will make in your personal diving equipment…well, unless you plan on […]

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The DRIS SCUBA Regulator Buyer’s Guide

By |June 7th, 2016|

   SCUBA regulators and their associated features have been a widely discussed and hotly debated topic. Oftentimes new divers are left confused and frustrated at all of the varied expert opinions out there from experienced divers and instructors. While everyone has their valid opinion on the matter, in all reality the perfect regulator for the […]

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4 Dive Computers That You Need To Check Out

By |May 3rd, 2016|

In recent years, technology, as it relates to dive computers, has grown leaps and bounds. From simple single gas, air only computers with fuzzy displays to the current multi-color, crisp, mixed gas computers any anything in between. The current crop of dive computers has the function and form to stand up to any type of […]

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Ladies, Get SCUBA Gear That Actually Fits!

By |April 8th, 2016|

One of the things that I do around the shop in addition to writing blogs and content is I spend a few evenings a week on our live chat. It’s something that I enjoy doing mainly because I get paid to talk diving and dive equipment…a best of both worlds situation for me. While on […]

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