Rounding Up Our Top Five Products for February 2022

If you love the outdoors, especially diving, you know that February is the perfect time to stock up on diving gear and accessories to get ready for the summer months ahead when it’s perfect to go out on the water.

Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, here are our top five choices for diving gear this February:

Palantic diving donut wing single tank

Designed to help you gain more control of your buoyancy while on the water, the  Palantic diving donut features a durable 420 Denier nylon bladder and a 1680 Denier ballistic nylon outer shell that’s also resistant to abrasions.

Palantic donut wing single tank harness system

Another must-have for any diver, this Palantic donut wing single tank harness system can be adjusted to fit you perfectly and it also features a mesh padding for added back support as well as quick release pockets. The 3-piece harness system is also made from CORDURA fabric nylon to help it last for a long time.

Scuba dive tech diving anti-slip tank grip strap pad

This product may look very basic, but it’s actually quite an investment for your diving gear, especially if you have 2” webbing. This product features a non-slippery design, a 1/8” thickness and measures 7-3/4” x 2.5”.

Palantic xtreme 22lbs. donut wing single tank with SS backplate and harness basic set

If you are looking for a complete backplate and harness set for your diving adventures, this is definitely a steal at just over $400.

This Palantic xtreme set includes a donut wing, a simple harness, 2 tank belts, 2 butterfly screws and a backplate pad. This product is made of 1680 Denier ballistc nylon making it a smart investment if you dive regularly.

Palantic scuba tech diving deluxe harness system 3.0

If you’re just looking for a new harness system that doesn’t include a backplate, you can go with this product that has everything you need in a good harness system for diving.

With its hardware made of corrosion-resistant stainless steel and all its harness and strap sleeves made with adjustable nylon, this harness system is definitely  worth the investment at just over $200.

Are you ready to spoil yourself with these diving must-haves for February?


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