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Scuba Equipment Review: Choosing a Regulator (Part 1)

Choosing a Regulator is one of the trickier pieces of dive gear to pick out. It is very important when picking a regulator to choose one that suits your specific needs as a diver, based upon the type of diving you intend to use it for. Here we break down some of the essential features to look for and consider in choosing a regulator, and how those features will affect the use of the reg whilst diving.

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Review: Apeks XL4 Regulator

This article is a a review of the Apeks XL4 regulator set. The Apeks XL4 is a compact and lightweight regulator that’s loaded with features that make it a fantastic choice for divers of all skill levels, diving in every environment, all over the world. The Apeks XL4 weighs in at just over 1kg/2.2lbs and is incredibly small in size making it a great traveling regulator set. It’s lightweight design also helps reduce jaw fatigue because it doesn’t sag in your mouth which means you don’t have bite down as hard to keep it in place.

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Review: Aqualung Rogue BCD

Hey guys, this is Cody from Rowand’s Reef and today I want to talk to you about a new BCD;   the new Aqualung Rogue. I want to share with you why I think this is the perfect bcd for every diver.

The Aqualung Rogue BCD is the perfect combination of minimalist design and the most desired features. It is a totally modular BCD that comes in four parts; backplate, wing, shoulder straps and waistband. Unlike most BCDs where you just get small, medium and large sizes, each component of the Aqualung Rogue BCD can be sized independently. This gives you a total of 27 different sizing configurations to allow you to custom build your BCD for your exact shape and size. All of this is made possible by Aqualung’s patent pending ModLock System.

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