THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED.
Yes, Scubaverse is 1 this week!
Scubaverse.com was launched back on the 5th August 2013. We’ve made it through our first year; so to celebrate, and to say a huge thank you to you, the Scubaverse audience for supporting us over the last 12 months, we’ve teamed up with some of the biggest names in diving to give away some fantastic prizes every day this week on Scubaverse.com!
Here are some of the product’s features:
- Slim design for a perfect fit
- Large display for superior readability
- Intuitive user interface
- Max Displayed Depth: 150 m (492 ft)
- Memory capacity: 36 hr
- Profile Sampling Rates: 5 s
- Battery Power Indicator
- Lithium Battery
- Plan Mode
- Choice of Metrical/Imperial Units
- Fresh and Seawater Settings
- Residual Nitrogen Reset
- Option to exclude audible alarms
- Exclusion of “Uncontrolled Ascent”
- Ascent Rate Indicator
- Ascent Rate Digital Indicator (m/min – ft/min)
- Altitude Adjustment
To be in with a chance of winning this awesome prize, all you have to do is answer the following question:
In the first paragraph after the ‘Doing the dive’ sub heading in his latest technical diving article for Scubaverse.com, ‘At 100 Metres, no one can here you scream… but can they hear you sing?’ (which can be found here), Paul Toomer says that when a diver’s depth timer/computer hits triple figures, there is something that changes within that diver. He then recounts when a diver he knows perfectly re-captured that feeling as they went out to complete their 100m qualifying dive – but who is that diver?
A) Nick Mobley of London School of Diving
B) Alex Griffin of Diving Leisure London
C) Leolin Grower of Ocean Leisure London