Atomic holding kit Demo Day

Top US manufacturer holds test day in the California sunshine

Author: Pat
1st February 2012
 

Scuba manufacturer Atomic Aquatics is holding a demonstration day for fans of the brand.

The kit try-out and meet up is set for Sunday January 23rd, 2011.

Sadly for us UK divers, the event is being held on a dive boat off Catalina Island, California, USA.

The Demo Day is in conjunction with PCH Scuba and Aqua Adventures Unlimited.

Those who can tag along though will get a chance to try out Atomic’s new hi-tech Cobalt computer.

Ashley from Atomic Aquatics will be on hand with “bags full of the latest Atomic toys.”

Would-be customers can also have a go with Atomic’s full line of regulators, fins, masks and snorkels.

The waters off Catalina in January promise excellent visibility – and less bracing than Stoney Cove, no doubt.

Atomic says that in any event, “we will have the sparkling personalities of the PCH crew to keep everyone entertained.”

There will also be a raffle of Atomic goodies during the trip. The Atomic Aquatics Demo Day costs $135.00, which includes 3 dives, 3 meals, 2 snacks, tanks, weights and fills.

Nitrox is available for those interested. To book a place, telephone Ashley on +1 818-521-0912 or email ashley@atomicaquatics.com

 
 
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