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Stylish diving kit

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For a sport such as diving, having the right kit can be about style as well as performance

For a sport such as diving, having the right kit can be about style as well as performance

October/November 2016

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT Atomic Aquatics split fins, £130/$169 (atomicaquatics.co.uk); Stahlsac Steel 27” bag, £177/$228 (stahlsac.com); Atomic Aquatics SV2 snorkel, £49/$63; Atomic Aquatics Venom frameless mask, £112/$144

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT  Zen 200mm glass fisheye domeport, £1,200/$1,545 and Nauticam NA-D500 underwater camera housing for Nikon D500 camera, £3,000/$3,860 (nauticam.co.uk); AP Travelwing lightweight travel buoyancy control device, £284/$365 (apdiving.com); Apeks Flight lightweight regulator, £616/$793 (apeksdiving.com)

 

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT  Bremont S2000 watch with 45mm stainless steel case on black rubber strap, £3,795/$5,295 (bremont.com); Suunto EON Steel dive computer, £749/$964 (suunto.com);  BARE Reactive 7mm wetsuit, £370/$476 (baresports.com)

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