Gear Stop: SeaLife Micro HD, Rolex, SubGear, Atomic Aquatics
Micro HD+ 32GB WiFi $499.95
The newest addition to the SeaLife range of user-friendly cameras is the ultra compact Micro HD. Unlike most cameras this is a sealed unit – no openings, no O-rings, no memory card ports and, therefore, no risk of flooding. SeaLife’s trusted ‘piano key’ design makes operation a cinch, with an easy set up guide and intuitive in-camera colour correction mode. 13 mega pixel images, full 1080HD video, 200-foot (60m) depth rating and a built-in 140 degree fish eye lens all add to the package. Memory is internal on this model with 16GB or 32GB options. Wireless sharing and iOS/Android app integration is available on the 32GB version. Great for beginners and travel.
Oyster Perpetual Sea-Dweller 4000
Rolex has revitalized its legendary 1960s Sea-Dweller. The 40mm diameter, 904L stainless steel case is waterproof to 4,000 feet (1,200m) and features a patented helium escape valve, unidirectional bezel with black Cerachrom insert, bracelet with Oysterlock safety clasp and Glidelock extension system. Many features. It’s a diving classic. Sophisticated and deliciously desirable.
A lightweight back-inflation buoyancy compensator that’s great for the traveling diver or everyday local use. With an impressive 56 lb. lift capacity, it’ll handle the loads – pony bottles, camera gear – in cold or warm water. Integrated weight pockets, padded back, three dump valves, and a host of adjustable straps and D-rings make this a durable, comfortable BCD.
The successor to Atomic’s popular Frameless Mask aims to increase comfort even more. Features a special UltraSoft silicone sealing flange, direct silicone to glass bond for wider vision and lower volume, hydrodynamic styling and three sizes. Also, UltraClear distortion free one-piece glass, squeeze-to-fit buckles, choice of black or clear silicone and a nifty slimline travel case.
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