By John Albano
Archie's Double Digest #155 - November 2004
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The rest of the gear you can buy in a set and will run you about $70-$200, depending on what comes in the set and the quality of it. If you are just starting out, and you have the extra money to spend on the gear, go for the more expensive set. It’ll last you a long time, and you’ll feel beter when you’re underwater in the middle of it all. Do not dive alone. You need to have a diving buddy to come along with you while you hunt underwater, as it is a dangerous environment and the sea is 100% unpredict able.
Archie's Double Digest 155 (November 2004) by John Albano