Atomic Aquatics bought out

New parent company for admired US brand

Author: Pat
2nd February 2012
 

US-based manufacturer Atomic Aquatics has been bought by Huish Outdoors.

Huish, a growing name in the outdoor sporting goods market, acquired BARE back in April 2011.

It now takes control of Atomic, a California-based company admired for its top flight dive equipment.

Huish also attains a ready-made global network of dealers, service outlets and retailers.

Atomic Aquatics makes a small but high quality range of gear, including masks, fins and high performance regulators.

In the USA it has recently launched the Cobalt, an OLED dive computer, which is due to arrive in the UK this month.

 
 
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