Now, I am going to be honest here.. I really thought when these first came out and were all over the diving press that this was a gimmick.
But how wrong can you be? After a week diving in Scapa Flow on the Dive Rutland club trip, my buddy and I decided that one of these really would have made it more comfortable and less stressful for us as a team.
Why I hear you ask... well diving two different brands of computers requiring their stops done in slightly different places meant one of us stopping at 6metres and the other at 5metre. Meant one constantly looking for the other.. ok for the one higher up looking down but the other looking up just meant they got clever at using the reflection in their computer.
The 360 Observe is an innovative small convex mirror which can be hand and wrist mounted or mounted on a BCD/tool etc., allowing divers to see what’s happening behind them underwater. The mirror has multiple uses for recreational, technical diving as well as for diving professionals. 360 Observe can be utilised to monitor buddies/groups while on a dive as well as to conduct thorough self-bubble checks against any leaks by OC and CCR divers. Due to its convex reflective nature it can also emphasise light signalling. Other uses include looking into confined spaces in wrecks, caves and under reefs, daylight signalling on the surface and on backward surface swims
These are now in stock
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