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SUUNTO TRADE IN CAMPAIGN
Thursday, 4 April 2013
We wish to bring to our customers' kind attention that we are trading in ANY dive computer model for either a D4i or a Vyper at a special price, 30% off the Retail Price. All the traded in dive computers will be properly recycled as a means to promote Green Business and establish both Suunto  Brand and Mercury Divers as forerunners in environmental issues with on going real life ... read more
Suunto D9tx wins 2013 Tauchen Award
Tuesday, 12 March 2013
Suunto has won a Tauchen Award for the second year in a row. The D9tx has been voted the best dive computer by readers of the German magazine.   "We're thrilled to win another Tauchen Award," comments Mika Holappa, Dive Business Unit Director at Suunto. "We have a heritage of pioneering diving instruments and superior product design. We'd... read more
AQUALUNG WORKSHOP YEAR 2013
Monday, 11 March 2013
On 1st March 2013, Mercury Divers Co. Ltd. organised, in association with their Principals, Messrs Aqualung France, a workshop on the repair and maintenance of the Aqualung Regulators in the context of on going education and training. The seminar was attended by numerous Dive Centres, the SSI(Scuba Schools International) and the Marine Police who all endorsed same with ... read more
AQUALUNG TRADE IN CAMPAIGN
Friday, 1 March 2013
We wish to bring to our customers' kind attention that we are trading in ANY regulator model for an Aqualung Calypso Yoke Regulator(1st and 2nd Stage) at a special price, 30% off the Retail Price. All the traded in regulators will be properly recycled as a means to promote Green Business and establish both Aquallung Brand and Mercury Divers as forerunners in environmental issues with o... read more
New VETUS product VENT76
Saturday, 2 February 2013
A new Product, an Extraction Ventilator is introduced by VETUS, in its latest version of high capacity:  The Extraction Ventilator type VENT176, a COMPULSORY ventilator for boats fitted with petrol engines. For more information, please read the attached Newsletter or contact our company and/or our dealers. ... read more
AIDA CYPRUS DEPTH GAMES 2012
Thursday, 8 November 2012
On Sunday, 14th October, 2012 AIDA CYPRUS organised the Apnea Depth Games 2012 in the open sea of Limassol.  Again the participation was high from all over Cyprus. The winners in the various categories and their corresponding results were as follows:  Pavlos Kourtellas at 55m on Constant Weight with Fins Andriana Bantu-Dinu at 31m on Constant Weight with Fins(Women) P... read more
Aqualung Recalls Surelock II Weight Pockets Handles
Tuesday, 9 October 2012
We would like to bring to your kind attention that Aqualung has just announced a recall for the SureLock II Weight Pocket Handles.  Attached, herewith, please find the relevant information for your kind attention and information. You should immediately stop using your BC with SureLock II weight pockets.  Bring the pockets to your nearest authorised Aqualung Dive Retailer or Dive C... read more
SAFE AND EFFICIENT FILLING BY BAUER
Monday, 8 October 2012
We are very pleased to announce to our valued customers and the whole diving community of Cyprus that our Principals, Messrs Bauer Kompressoren GmbH, is launching an exciting and useful new products, the Bauer Filling Speed Control(FSC). As the name refers to, this product enables the slow and safe filling rate of the breathing tanks, something which was always requested by filling station... read more
Mercury Divers June Suunto Quiz 2012
Monday, 2 July 2012
At the beginning of the year 2012, Mercury Divers Co. Ltd. organised a Quiz for its customers which included various questions related to the Suunto Brand. On 30th June 2012, which was the deadline for the submission of all the quiz answers, the drawing of the Quiz winner was made and the lucky drawer was Mrs Marina Varnava, Limassol. Mrs. Varnava received her trophy which was a brand ... read more
William Trubridge's New attempt at 125m
Friday, 22 June 2012
The Underwolrd in Free Diving From the surface, the line of rope stretches into the deep until it disappears from view. To look down is to stare into a bottomless void — as terrifying and dizzying as standing on the top of a skyscraper and peering over the edge. For freedivers, this is their world — a vertical line that disappears into total darkness. It’s bec... read more