Try dive a Sentinel CCR

Splash in at Vobster this summer with a hi-tech rebreather

Author: Pat
8th June 2012
 

Picture of the VR Technology Sentinel rebreather

If you fancy trying out the hi-tech Sentinel rebreather, get yourself down to Vobster Quay this summer.

During Tek Camp week of 9-13th July, VR Technology will be on hand to strap newbies and wannabes into a unit.

get wet, bubble-free

For just 75 quid you can get wet, bubble-free, overseen by some of the country’s finest and most revered rebreather instructors.

Kevin Gurr of VR Technology is a household name in CCR design. The Sentinel series marks the culmination of years of experience.

The Sentinel Expedition, for example, features a quadruple CO2 monitoring system and fully automatic activation.

Although demand was high, a few spaces have recently become available for Tek Camp due to cancellations.

But if you can’t commit to the full week and still want to lose your CCR cherry, call 01373 814666 to book a Sentinel try dive instead.

 
 
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