Category Archives: diving

Video Gallery: Bridge Jumping Looks As Crazy As It Is

The Ikari contest held in Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina, is touted as the world’s oldest bridge diving competition. Construction on the city’s Old Bridge, a 456-stone structure, was completed in 1566. At the time the Old Bridge was annihilated during the … Continue reading

BBtv: Freestyle Audio Soundwave underwater MP3 player review

What hath videoblogging wrought? It is my honor and personal shame to present my video review of the Freestyle Audio Soundwave underwater MP3 player. Using the miracle of not showing you my junk, this is my first nude videoblog, but … Continue reading

H2OAudio Amphibx underwater case: a whole new world for your iPod

The Amphibx Waterproof Armband is an eighty dollar iPod case that straps to your arm. It’s got a few things going for it: it’s large enough that different MP3 players can be tucked inside (there’s few things that irk me … Continue reading

WASP Injector Knife inflates sharks

The “WASP Injector Knife” secrets a CO2 canister in the handle which, when a small button on the hilt is triggered, injects a blast of 850psi gas through a channel in the knife’s blade, inflating the target with a painful … Continue reading

Sanyo Xacti DMX-CA8 water-proof to 10 feet, one third of the Flip Video Ultra underwater housing

Sanyo has announced another low-end Xacti, the DMX-CA8, a companion to the new CG9. It’s still a VGA camera, something for which many people are dinging it, but it does manage to at least do 60FPS. And as my experience … Continue reading

UDI Dive Computer Can Send Underwater Text Messages

The “UDI” from UTC-Digital is a dive computer that includes remote S.O.S. transmission and SMS-like messaging ability. You can’t actually input unique messages when you’re underwater, but can instead choose from 14 pre-configured text messages, such as “I need help. … Continue reading

Oobject’s Diving Helmet Collection

The latest collection on Oobject is a treat: retro and modern real-life diving helmets. As an amateur diver myself, I’m enjoying the frisson from two types of lust: wishing I could afford to buy some of the modern full-face masks … Continue reading