EDGE Element BCD
The EDGE Element BCD is designed to be the perfect BCD for a myriad of divers and their unique uses. Dive Centers will find the Element’s rugged simplicity, easy adjustments, user friendly features and affordable price make it a perfect rental or training BCD. New divers will find the Element an excellent BCD for exploring their new past time and allow them the benefits of personal BCD ownership without breaking the bank. Traveling Divers will appreciate the durability of the Element, its lay flat profile and light weight making it an ideal travel Front Adjustable BCD.
Choice of Regulators Edge Nano, Edge Exp Regulator or EDGE EPIC 2012 Sealed Regulator
The EDGE regulators represents one of the best values in the diving industry. A high performance first stage coupled with a light weight 2nd stage. An EDGEFlex nylon braided hose make these regulator extremely light weight and comfortable to use without excessive expense. Without a doubt the EDGE is the best value based performance regulators in the marketplace.
Edge Nano or upgrade to the Epic balanced
Nano octopus is Extremely lightweight yet rugged, this is a great octo for any reg set.
Sea Elite Slimline 2-Gauge Console
Compact 2 gauge console. Small and compact for less drag and weight. Brass pressure gauge.In a streamlined rubber shock resistant boot.
Mares Puck Pro Dive Computer
Everything you need, nothing you don’t. When Mares introduced the Puck dive computer on the market in 2008, it sent a shockwave rippling through the industry: a super intuitive, easy to use, full-featured RGBM nitrox computer at an extremely competitive price. Now we are doing it again. Though improving on the original concept was not easy, we did so by implementing a larger display in a slimmer design, then added upgradeable firmware and multigas capability. All the bells and whistles, no unnecessary frills. Puck Pro is the computer that can accompany you through years and years of diving adventures.
FREE Edge Regulator Bag + Edge Mesh Boat Duffel
As low as: $69.95
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