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DIRX is a DIR diving forum run by DIR divers for both DIR divers and those who are interested in learning more about our approach to diving. There is a lot of information around on the internet about DIR, we hope to bring it together here, at DIRX, into one resource which each of us can use.

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» Vobster diving 22nd & 24th

Feb 18, 2017 - 6:34 AM - by DJL
Anyone going to be at Vobster on the 22nd or 24th Feb?

My sister and her 2 kids are going there and could do with some assistance / watchful team member.


They are PADI qualified (OW only I think) and still getting used to cold water, equipment (traditional rec) etc. I'm hoping a dive with someone who has the patience will... [Read More]
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» Where to get single Apeks service parts?

Jan 28, 2017 - 10:53 AM - by dragonator
Looking for someone selling single parts like filter, diaphragm, and so on.
I know Scubaspares is selling parts, but only to certified tech's... (I'm not certified)

To make it clear, looking for single parts, not kits, but if they sell this as well, thats just good.

Thanks


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» New version of Subsurface divelog released (4.6)

Jan 16, 2017 - 7:11 AM - by jb2cool
For those that us it, here is a heads-up about a new version of subsurface being released.


https://subsurface-divelog.org/2017/...ubsurface-4-6/


Various small bug fixes and small improvements. Probably the biggest change is the new heat map for visualising tissue saturation
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» What torx bit for Halcyon Hid head?

Nov 25, 2016 - 10:51 AM - by dragonator
Anyone know what size torx (with a hole in it) it is on the back of Halcyon Explorer 21w hid head's?

Thanks!

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» Hi all!

Nov 21, 2016 - 1:09 PM - by dirut
Hi there

I suppose i'll start by telling you all a bit about myself, my names Barry I'm nearly 33 and have been diving since Feb this year and boy am i hooked, I am PADI AOW at the moment but joining my local BSAC next year to gain more skills and expierance before going for the DIR-F which i'd like to do late next year. I have been slowly building up my equipment, at present i dive with a DIR ZONE single cylinder wing with S/S backplate and one piece harness with 5' long hose... [Read More]
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» Wrecks 60-90m around Rab & Pag, Croatia

Oct 18, 2016 - 6:58 PM - by Pepe von Bobr
Hi all, can you give me suggestions for deep wrecks around Rab or Pag islands in Croatia? Depth range 60-90m.
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» GUE Sidemount Research

Oct 10, 2016 - 8:40 AM - by DiveAddict
Read in Quest that GUE has appointed instructors to research/develop this, there is also suggestions to include this in C2 training in future.

Does anyone have more info? Or timeline?

Thanks
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» World´s Deepest UW Cave

Oct 05, 2016 - 8:33 PM - by Spalek
Hi guys, Hranicka propast in the Czech Republic is with a depth of 404 meters currently world´s deepest underwater cave: https://www.washingtonpost.com/world...02f_story.html It´s great to see journalists writing the truth from time to time ... [Read More]
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» One fix for a misbehaving bottom timer

Mar 09, 2016 - 9:00 AM - by huwporter
So, this morning we did a very enjoyable (despite a murky green plankton layer) 90 minutes on our local purpose-sunk dive wreck, on a hot sticky early autumn day. My Uwatec Digital 330 bottom timer enjoyed itself so much, it didn't want the dive to end, and 6 hours later it was still intermittently dipping to 1.5m and counting up the time.

On a whim I put it in the fridge. And I don't know if it was because the internal pressure dropped as the temperature reduced or something,... [Read More]
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» Tips from cold water divers appreciated

Mar 07, 2016 - 3:21 PM - by pars
I've started cold water diving more actively in order to keep up with my skills and training, since I have no other option around here other than quarries.

I have simple nordic blue dry gloves with latex seals that go over my suit's latex seals, and have no issues whatsoever with water going in. Hands are always bone dry.

However, even with the inner lining, they're FREEZING. Just yesterday, on a 50 min dive in 5°C water, I couldn't feel my fingers.

... [Read More]
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