Good pages of links
People who are even more fanatical about diving:
Other statisticians who dive:
Pages of links:
If you are intending to buy scuba gear, be sure to read the
excellent advice from instructor
consumer reviews in Rodale's
Aquanaut (Aust) (Suunto, US Divers,
AquaLung, SeaQuest, Sea & Sea, Apeks)
Tabata (Aust) (TUSA)
Sea Hornet (Aust)
Divers Supplies (Dacor,
Zeagle,Apeks, Delta, Reflex, Aquaseal, Subgear, Tektite, Niterider)
DiveSource (Apeks, Abyss, Bare,
Cressi-Sub, Oceanic, Ocean Master, OMS, Pelican, Sherwood, Zeagle)
Sterling Leisure (Aust)
Aqua Edge (Beuchat)
Sea Optics underwater cameras
Bonica underwater cameras and
DCIEM dive tables
Divers Discount Southern California
DUI Diving Unlimited International
Submarine Manufacturing and Products,
J W Fishers underwater search equipment
Emox Emergency Oxygen
Seventenths dive threads!
Societies and Training Bodies
Books and bookshops
As one of my diving friends put it: "Rebreathers! Six interesting new ways
to die!" Or as it is stated on a website somewhere,
"Diving with rebreather need special knowledge and kills."
One of the scariest things about rebreathers is the people who use them.
Many rebreather divers seem to have an urge to modify their equipment.
Personally I think you should only attempt to modify a rebreather
if you are a qualified engineer with training in hyperbaric medicine,
pulmonary physiology, fluid mechanics and computer science,
have plenty of spending money so that you don't make any compromises,
and have no loved ones who will miss you when you are gone.
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Last update: July 2002