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TUSA Liberator Fins - I have to admit I've really punished these bad boys. Gouged by rocks, shredded by barnacle, and sand blasted by the beach. They don't look pretty but they've handled it all.

TUSA Liberator Dive Mask - You always need an inexpensive dive mask to kick around. I've had this spare mask for 15 yrs. I've lent it to friends, and family - It's been through hell!

Cressi-Sub Dive Fins - Overall these fins do the trick. Extremely light and well-balanced. I love them. I replace my fins faster then any other piece of Dive Gear. I'd recommend these on any dive!

TUSA Conquest B.C.D. - $499.99

Oceanic Shadow Dive Mask- Great travel mask or back-up mask for your BC or dive bag. Low volume yet provides one of the largest fields-of-view. Perfect!

Underwater Strobe/Flashlight - bought one of these for my BC shoulder strap. Great task light if you're doing a lot of night dives and you need both hands free. Only used the strobe once (safety reasons) on the surface - but that's a story for another time! ;-)

Zeagle Stiletto BC - Great traveling BC for warm and cold diving. Rugged system. Very durable. Packs lite. Love mine.

Mares MV Octopus Scuba Diving Regulator

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Ambulance Rip Shears - Depending on where you dive, it helps to have a pair of these in your BC pocket. Fishing line underwater is invisible and hard to cut even with a conventional dive knife. A must have.