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Never have to worry about single use plastic bottle and never have to go thirsty again with Dolphin Scuba branded Mizu M8 water bottle!
The M8 is Mizu’s most popular product because it is the ideal size and weight whether using at home, in your car, or on any adventure.
You know that feeling you get during and after a dive? Sometimes it’s a calmness, sometimes it’s euphoric. Fourth Element call this Nitroxication.
Women are at the forefront of diving exploration and discovery. Pioneers like Sylvia Earle and Jill Heinerth continue to push the boundaries of diving and marine science – so go on, Dive Like A Girl.
Stay warm and cozy this winter with the Dolphin Scuba x Fourth Element winter jumper! Perfect to wear to warm up while drinking a coffee after a dive.
The Cyclone Jacket is a breathable, fully waterproof jacket, ideal for the dive boat, throwing on over an undersuit between dives or when the weather is awful. Constructed using XWP3 fabric with taped seams, reflective yet subtle branding and water-resistant zips on the hand-warmer pockets, the Cyclone is lightweight and easily packable.
Developed to withstand the elements, the Cyclone jacket uses XWP3 (extreme weather protection) three layer fabric to provide the perfect solution to what we like to call ‘dive weather’. Between dives, on the way to the dive site, or simply as an everyday jacket, the Cyclone Jacket excels. Breathable and waterproof with taped seams, this should be part of every diver’s surface gear.
Loaded with features, the Cyclone Jacket will be one of the first items you pack for a weekend’s diving, especially if you are faced with the typical British summer, or indeed the Pacific Northwest.
Zipped hand-warmer and welded chest pockets all feature water-resistant zips and the hood has 3D adjustment to give a snug fit in all weathers. A convenient sleeve pocket and subtle but reflective branding enhances safety when worn at night.
The lightweight jacket packs up very small, making the Cyclone an essential addition for any dive trip.