Versatility is the key to the Zen IQ 950 Zen Air, which can be used as an air/nitrox computer, depth gauge/timer for free diving, or as a watch for daily wear. Functionally, the Zen Air offers three-gas, three transmitter capability, up to 100 percent nitrox, and adds a Deep Stop function for enhanced safety: Exceed 80 feet for more than a second and the Deep Stop reminder is activated. The large screens make it easy to read critical data like air pressure, depth, no-decompression limits and bottom time, and at night, the backlight illumination ensures the data is still discernible.
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Warm-water divers will appreciate TUSA's lightweight and compact Voyager for its packability and performance. Weighing in at just 4.4 pounds, the BCJ 1800 Voyager is the perfect option for jet-setting divers who want a light, compact BC that performs like a heavyweight champ.
The special-edition chrome frame and black skirt give the Visio Pro mask from TUSA retro feel and look, but its high-tech features make it very much a 21st-century dive product.
The RS-680 regulator from TUSA features a compact, lightweight design. It contains two high-pressure and four low-pressure ports and is available in both DIN and yoke versionsThe RS-680 also incorporates TUSA’s Sequential Exhaust Assist (or S.E.A.), a new design featuring a dual exhaust system to decrease breathing effort during exhalation. The entire second stage also swivels 360 degrees to prevent jaw fatigue and add to overall comfort.
A lot of female-specific attention to detail went into this BC. Combined with its across-the-board, better-than-average performance, the Selene II is a good choice for women.
The new RS-790 is Tusa’s flagship regulator. Its first stage, the R-700, is a balanced diaphragm design with a dry ambient pressure chamber for cold-water diving. Its ribbed top cap nearly doubles the surface area for thermal exchange—which is all-important for minimizing freeze-ups in ultra-cold conditions.