Author Archives: Onderwater Willie

OCEANIC CYANEA MASK

TRULY WORTHY OF ENVY Technology and innovation are behind this minimalist frame and oversized lens, providing style, comfort and peripheral vision truly worthy of envy. Ultra clear liquid silicone Superior ultra-clear optical glass Wide field of vision Trouble free buckles Double feathered edge super-soft liquid silicone skirt with stability ridges UV & chlorine resistant elastic […]

Single or double lenses?

What type of mask do you prefer? Single lense mask or double pane mask? Why do you prefer this type of mask? It differs from person to person, from diver to diver. As for me I prefer a single lense mask because it feels like I see more with the single lense. When I dive […]

SHARKS

What do you think about sharks? How do you feel about a lot of sharks being vulnerable and endangered? In all the the worlds water there are Around 440 Known Species of Sharks! There are many iconic species of sharks – the Great White in the film Jaws was burned into popular culture, for better and for […]

What cylinder are you using?

For most people a cylinder is the last piece of equipment that they add to their set. Some never see a reason to even add a cylinder to their equipment, because it is to heavy to travel with and is normally very easy to rent at most dive centres and resorts. This leads to people […]

ADVANCED OPEN WATER COURSE

You don’t have to be “advanced” to take the PADI Advanced Open Water Course. You see it’s designed to advance your diving, so you can start right after earning your PADI Open Water Diver certification. The course helps build confidence and expand your scuba skills through different Adventure Dives. You try out different specialties while […]

GEKO DIVERS SCHOOL GEAR FOR SALE

GEKO DIVERS SCHOOL GEAR IS NOW FOR SALE As you all know our school gear is in great condition. To keep our gear new and ensure we have the latest and best gear around we sell it every 1 to 2 years. The gear is well looked after and it has been serviced regularly. Below […]

What happens when your gear is serviced?

Knowing how your gear is serviced is important in order to understand why your gear has to be serviced. Although every regulator and BCD is different, the fundamentals stay the same. All gear goes through the same basic steps when serviced, some of these steps are just adjusted at times for certain models. The first […]

SODWANA TRIP FEBRUARY

Dive Dive Dive We know the heat is to much so lets get packing. We are of to Sodwana Bay Sodwana Bay lies on the northern coast of South Africa, it is South Africas first world heritage site and is home to the southernmost coral reefs in Africa. It is Scuba Diving Shangri-La. The Indian […]

Apeks RK3 fins

APEKS RK3 FINS The Apeks RK3 is designed by Apeks in collaboration with the US military and are known for their outstanding performance and reliability. The Apeks RK3 is a rugged thermoplastic fin featuring an over-sized foot pocket to accommodate drysuit boots and a spring strap for easy donning and doffing. The RK3 is available […]

Spit or Defog

What do you use when you’re diving and why? Commercial defogs, baby shampoo or spit? SPIT Spit is a good option to use because it is effective, you always have it with you and doesn’t cost you anything, only a nice, slimy spit in your mask. Why does spit work? We know that the water […]