Deep6, what does our name mean?
“A nautical expression indicating a water depth of 6 fathoms (36 feet, 10.97m) as measured by a sounding line; "deep six" acquired its idiomatic definition from the fact that something thrown overboard at or greater than this depth would be difficult if not impossible to recover. Marks on a sounding line were traditionally placed at 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 13, 15, 17, and 20 fathoms. The "leadsman" called out the depth as he read it off the line. If the depth was at a mark he would call "by the mark" followed by the number, if the depth was between two marks, he would call "by the deep" followed by the estimated number. Six fathoms would therefore be reported as "by the deep six."
- (idiomatic) idiomatic To discard, cancel, halt; to completely put an end to something.
When we decided to create Deep6 we had a vision of a new type of scuba diving brand, one that was responsive and answerable directly to the consumer. We knew this was a radical departure from the norm and to make it work we needed to rethink and reformulate every step of the process from the manufacturer to the consumer. We decided to approach our business completely focused on what the consumer needs from a scuba brand, not what a dive shop, training agency, sales rep, or instructor demands. So in effect, we were going to “Deep6” the old model. Plus it’s nautical and that is where our gear does its the stuff!
Great costumer support! Really specialized and available expert staff.
It bolts, it swivels and it snaps! Love it!
This Bolt Snap keeps my wifes regulator clipped to her harness when she doesnt need it, and it flaps around on her hoses way less with the smaller eye. Overall I give this serious piece of life support equipment a 10/10 for saving my marriage and keeping my wife alive.
I instantly noticed a difference in my kicking power and how much easier back kicks and helicopter turns were. Love them they’re comfy and adjustable.
Bought 15’ of the Orange 2” webbing. 15’ is more than enough for my size but I had never set up a backplate and wing harness before and didn’t know how much I would need. With that being said after I disassembled my other harness and fitted the new one 11’ is the amount of webbing I need for my XDeep backplate and what I will be ordering in the future. For size comparison I am 5’10” and weight 170lbs. I left about 24” on the right side waste harness and then routed the rest through the XDeep backplate. With the webbing cut to 11’ it still leaves an extra 20” to 24” on my left side after attacking the buckle. I just routed that back down the side under my attached weight pockets just in case I gain some weight in the future. Hope this review helps others!
Nicely tucked away. Although you do have to knock the Lobsters unconscious, so as to keep the ones already in, as you open it up to receive a new catch. I mean, you really gotta Crack em' one! This was great fun and most excellent.
Great service and good products sure I’ll be back for more
5-star rating! Turk is the best!
Aqui teaches an extensive training course in scuba diving.
recognized in RAID qualifications. This means, once you have completed the course you will be ready to SCUBA dive SAFELY!
Thank you all of AQUI for the BEST training!
Jean-Pierre da Silva
See you soon under the Ocean!
These guys are awesome very helpful and knowledgeable Ryan and Landon are the best I highly recommend them don't hesitate to come by they provide all type of services very courteous and reasonable prices
They work perfectly, even with gloves! Pricey, but worth every penny!
I bought this as a dive computer. It has exceeded my expectations as a dive computer and I absolutely love all the other features that can be utilized as an everyday smartwatch. Battery life is incredible!!
Excellent customer service