When it comes to scuba diving, like most things there are a few hacks that can make your diving experience much more comfortable. In this video, Adreno’s Josh Cooper takes us through a few of his favourite gadgets that will help make your diving experience a success.
Where to put my keys? This is a problem consistent with a lot of water sports. You finally get to your spot and then realise you have no idea where to put your car keys that isn’t 100% sketchy. A simple solution is a basic waterproof canister with an O-ring seal and attachment lanyard cord. Just put your keys inside and attach it to your BCD and your keys will be with you the whole time.
Forgot to charge my torch! Have you ever gone on a night dive and your torch has gone flat or you’ve forgotten to charge it up before you go out and realise only at the last minute? Well, Bigblue offers a few styles of torch combo packs with one large primary torch accompanied by a smaller backup torch of around 250 lumens so you can switch over when you run out of juice on your torch. There are a number of variations on this combination, so take a look through the available options at http://www.scubadiving.com.au/scuba-diving-gear/torches.
Occy dragging on the reef? This is never a pretty sight, but there’s a simple solution. The magnetic occy holder allows you to simply attach the occy to your BCD with a simple magnetic locking system. Just attach one piece to your occy cord, the magnetic half to your BCD, clip the two together and you’re ready to go, drag and damage free.