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A LEGEND IS BACK IN TOWN "THE MISTRAL"

A LEGEND IS BACK IN TOWN

Older divers will remember the nostalgic days of the original twin house regulator and anybody who used to watch the Jacques Cousteau Saga’s on television will be familiar with it.

The good news is, an old legend is back in town and better then ever – The Mistral Returns!
The new "Mistral," is a modern version of the original Mistral regulator created in 1958 by Aqua Lung founder Jacques Cousteau.

The original Mistral was named after the northerly winds that blow toward the Mediterranean coast of southern France and was used extensively by the U.S. and French navies.

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SEALUX - Universal housing UNM190 for the new Camcorder generation

SEALUX - Universal housing UNM190 for the new Camcorder generation

Sealux has launched its new generation HD7 housing for Sony HD camcorders HDR-HC7E and HDR-HC5E. One housing suits both cameras and operation of all the important functio...

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The Lut housing of BS Kinetics

The Lut housing of BS Kinetics

Special for the SIGMA SD14 was conceived the new housing Lut. The advantages of the Foveon X3 Sensores can be used with it also under water. All functions are serviceable...

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Shearwater GF and VR3 - Technical dive computers

Shearwater GF and VR3 - Technical dive computers

Technical diving is an extreme sport within the diving world, and like any other activity, the people who push their sport to the limit demand better and better equipment...

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Oceanic Alpha 8 regulator

Oceanic Alpha 8 regulator

With the continued advances in diving equipment technology, more and more recreational divers are now looking for a professional performance from their dive gear, but at ...

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