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Diving

Rope Swing Triple Flip

Rope Swing Triple Flip

Since it wouldn’t be summertime without someone shredding it on a rope swing by a body of water, check out Mike Wilson killing it on the Truckee River doing 60′ double and triple back flips.

Underwater Base Jumping

Underwater Base Jumping

Hold your breath for 4 minutes, and watch this unreal clip of freediver Gillaume Nery, as he jumps head first into Dean’s Blue Hole, the deepest blue hole on the planet. (Note: Fiction, but still cool).

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Immersed Senses Scuba Helmet

Immersed Senses Scuba Helmet

ID student Adam Wendel’s Immersed Senses scuba helmet changes the way the diver sees, hears, and breathes underwater, allowing better integration into the surrounding environment.

Dive Master 500 Mecha

Dive Master 500 Mecha
$995  Buy Comment

We like the brute honesty of Victorinox’s Dive Master 500 Mecha; it sports a chunky, PVD-coated dial, large hour indices, a basic (but reliable) movement, and transparent caseback.

MKII MMT Blackwater

MKII MMT Blackwater
$585  Buy Comment

Based on the legendary Benrus Type I used by special forces, MKII’s MMT Blackwater is an automatic self-winding watch with shock protection, SuperLumiNova and 200m dive rating.

Waterwall Pro 500 Chrono

Waterwall Pro 500 Chrono

NauticFish’s Waterwall Pro 500 watch looks good on land and underwater, with 500m of resistance, a 120-click diver bezel, Luminova phosphorescent dial and 4.0 mm sapphire crystal.

20,000 Feet Diver Watch

20,000 Feet Diver Watch
~$4,000  Buy Comment

Just as its name says, Swiss Military’s 20,000 Feet Diver Watch is the world’s deepest diving mechanical watch; it’s made possible by 10mm thick sapphire crystal and a titanium case.

Dievas AquaLuna Watch

Dievas AquaLuna Watch

Dievas’ Aqualuna Gray gets an impressive 1000m of water resistance by not skimping: it uses 5.5mm thick sapphire crystal, surgical grade stainless steel and a Swiss 28k bhp movement.

GE G3WP Camera

GE G3WP Camera

GE’s G3WP isn’t the first underwater camera we’ve come across, but we like it’s 12.2 MP sensor, 4x optical zoom and 2.7″ LCD with ambient light sensor; it’s waterproof up to 10 feet.

2009 IWC Aquatimers

2009 IWC Aquatimers

The 2009 IWC Aquatimers collection consists of five diving watches, all with a tool-less strap change system and external rotating bezels; The Auto 2000 model is rated for 2,000 meters.

Pro HD350 Video Mask

Pro HD350 Video Mask

Ideal for getting up close with the fishies, Liquid Image’s Pro HD350 is a hands-free videomask that can shoot 5MP still pictures and 720P video at 30 fps at a depth of up to 100 meters.

Fujitsu F-01A Cellphone

Fujitsu F-01A Cellphone

Fujitsu’s F-01A seems destined for some primo beach time; it’ll survive up to 30 minutes underwater and features a 3.2″ touchscreen, 5.2MP camera, GPS and TV tuner.

uemis Zurichi Watch

uemis Zurichi Watch
$1,200+  Buy Comment

An upgrade of the traditional dive computer, uemis’ Zurichi watch is a scuba diving assistant with a 10,000:1 contrast OLED display, solar cell for recharging and non-slip slide controls.

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KonTiki Diver Watch

KonTiki Diver Watch

The hinged watch face on Eterna’s KonTiki Diver watch isn’t just a gimmick; it allows divers to set the diving time and then lock it into the strap to avoid unintentional rotation.

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