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Formally Scuba Scoop and kirkscubagear’s Scuba Scoop, all the great reading from those blogs are now being integrated into Kirk Scuba Gear’s new site. Enjoy featured articles on divers, dive products and more. Kirk Scuba Gear will continue to bring you more interesting reading in the future.

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By |December 12th, 2017|Blog :::: KSG Scuba Scoop|0 Comments

The replica Titanic cost $435 million is set to launch in 2018

The new boat is promising to be a close replica of its 1912 counterpart. Cruise fans gather round. 106 years after the original ship sank to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, a new version of the RMS Titanic is set to launch

By |December 10th, 2017|Blog :::: KSG Scuba Scoop|0 Comments

Descent Checks – Vital on Every Dive

Periodic checks with your dive buddies while diving is always a good thing.  Things can start to develop in a negative way, and fast.  Just because you met your dive buddies on the hang line from the boat, or the

By |November 29th, 2017|Blog :::: KSG Scuba Scoop|0 Comments

What is a bridge camera?

These cameras are also known as Ultra Zoom or Super Zoom cameras. These cameras bridge the gap between DSLR's and compact cameras. They usually feature fully manual controls, a large, fixed, lens and are built sturdy, slightly resembling a DSLR.

By |November 18th, 2017|Blog :::: KSG Scuba Scoop|0 Comments

Edmund Fitzgerald::We Remember

42 years ago on November 10, 1075,  the Edmund Fitzgerald sank into the icy waters of Lake Superior. All 29 crewmen were lost.  Here is a haunting video which includes footage of the ship, newscasts of the tragedy and the song

By |November 11th, 2017|Blog :::: KSG Scuba Scoop|0 Comments

Some say the Loch Ness Monster is real. Nessie sightings, pictures, theories, myths & facts

Since the 1930s, the Scottish Highlands have been a favorite tourist attraction for all mystery lovers from all over the world. The Loch Ness monster has attracted more visitors than many natural attractions or museums. People got so obsessed with

By |November 7th, 2017|Blog :::: KSG Scuba Scoop|0 Comments

Common Mistake: My Scuba Regulator Does Not Supply Enough Air

Technology has advanced a lot for scuba divers and the equipment they use in the last fifty-years. There has been more improvements in the equipment from twenty years ago versus the last ten years. When some scuba divers go a

By |October 28th, 2017|Blog :::: KSG Scuba Scoop|1 Comment

Canada’s Toxic Secret

"They came back and said, ‘Your son’s got leukemia.’ Within six days he was gone. Six days." An explosive Global News investigation into a troubling trend of leaks and spills in Sarnia, Ontario’s ‘Chemical Valley’, a concerning lack of government

By |October 23rd, 2017|Blog :::: KSG Scuba Scoop|0 Comments

Deep Diving – The Gas Is Only a Tool

Many experienced scuba divers eventually want to go deeper, and maybe even technical diving. Deep diving has so much to explore. There is a constant debate on what gas to use for some technical dives. Some will say deep air

By |October 13th, 2017|Blog :::: KSG Scuba Scoop|0 Comments

Introducing Wet Sox::::New to Kirk Scuba Gear

  WETSOX are technical socks built for the outdoors. Kirk Scuba Gear is pleased to offer these sox's to divers/outdoorsman and winter lovers. GO PLAY OUTSIDE! Founded by a few avid outdoorsmen in the North East, the WETSOX line was

By |October 5th, 2017|Blog :::: KSG Scuba Scoop|0 Comments