Turrets: Not Just for Tanks

When selecting regulators for cave diving, there are many important features to consider. There is one feature, however, which can prove critical in a gas-sharing situation. It’s vital you understand what this feature is and why it’s important.

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Mircro hauler

The Micro Gear Hauler Project

Conventional wisdom is that, to be a cave diver, you must have a full-size truck, van or SUV. That’s not necessarily true. In many instances, you can get your gear to and from the water quite economically.

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A GoPro in your pocket?

A “GoPro in your pocket” is rapidly becoming standard operating procedure for many cave divers. If you are thinking about adding the new GoPro Hero 8 to your inventory, there is something you should know first.

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Backmount: Not Dead Yet

According to our recent survey, there may be more sidemounters than backmounters in caves. But if you backmount, don’t worry. The days of backmount are far from over.

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the 300

Are you among the 300?

If you are among the 300 people who responded to our recent survey, you just made a valuable contribution to cave diving. And you didn’t have to die in a hail of arrows to do it.

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Attaching snap

Squared Away

Last week we told you why cave divers don’t use wrist lanyards. Now it’s time to talk about what we do instead.”

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Why cave divers dive dry

Water temperature throughout north-central Florida’s cave country is a constant 22° C/72° F. That’s room temperature…right? So why do so many cave divers dive dry?

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1980s gear

Squeezing through with Skiles

Sadly, few of today’s cave divers ever had the pleasure of knowing one of cave diving’s most famous pioneers…or of experiencing a roller coaster ride through Wes’s special House of Crazy.

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