What kind of check do you perform before a dive? What is enough? what is too much? Simplification or "the more the better" ?
Mike and Achim discussing the use or canister lights vs cordless lights
Some thoughts on Spearfishing as I receive so many mails bout this.
How do you wind up a laid spool and get the line back in, keeping it under tension - same on the way up on a SMB
after so many weird things seen on this topic here´s a safe and easy way to get back on a dive boat. Mask and reg stay where they belong and the fins go with the diver.
Just a quick review of a wing that I dive now for almost a year when I am traveling and that I like very much. here´s the link: http://helium-dive.com
This is a relatively old video that I had lost for a while. (was posted on facebook back then and caused a HEAVY discussion :) As I found it again I just uploaded it as it is. It gives an idea of the "playing around sessions" during our recreationl training. Too many diver struggle with basic things like a leaking mask, a torn mouthpiece, etc. and in the end that all is based on a lack of comfort being under water. Think about it.
an idea of how to make sure to breath the right gas when you switch to your BOV all the time.
A quick review of an interessting product. Bottomtimer with reset. More information can be found on the manufacturers website: https://about.deepblu.com/cosmiq.html
A few thoughts on rebreather bailout
How do you fold and store a liftbag in your storage pack
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after the ISE Rebreather video we where asked if we can say something on that topic.
Achim talking about Rebreathers and why ISE is teaching MCCR primarily
being an avid SLR photographer it was an interessting expirience to spent 10 days playing with the DC2000
After a long time we finally made it - here´s some thoughts on drysuits.
Lots of questions on why we shoot the SMB the way we do. Here´s the explanation - hope this helps and thanks for all the feedback.
if diving remote places and not having access to a v-weight for doubles - here is a simple solution how to set up a weight system.
explained by ISE Vice President Alain Dobbelaere
after requal in october we decided to follow the requests of our customers and students and change the BoE class content. Here´s what we changed and what it means for you,
ISE HQ togeher with ISA Asia is setting up classes and ITC courses 1-10th of may 2017 near Batangas / Philippines.
Lots of questions about Coastal Development as well as of cars and boats and stealing boats on TV :-) so, here´s the little inside you asked for
2nd part of the peronal view on equipment
A view explanations on why we have a requalification and what this is all about.
How to set up and adjust a backplate
Exploring the wreck of the "Elviscott" off Pomonte on the Island of Elba / Italy. The wreck sits in 12 meter sof water and is a beautiful beach dive.
protect your expensive gear and prebent a loss. We show you how!
After a lot of questions regarding the seawing fins I dive in a lot of the videos . especially if it is possible to do various fin techniques with them we thought its time for this clip.
The fact that ISE has an Oxygen Rebreather program is well known but now ISE hast its very own rebreather on top. Have a look!
The self rescue topic of the Rec L2 class created quite some questions - so here´s a bit of the idea
As the waves got high after the last couple of sidemount related topics we felt the urge to share some thouhts on the topic.
Quick review of the new ISE Signature Edition aquaProp and some underwater shots with it
The long and cumbersome discussion: longhose or not in Sidemount.. There is a simple answer!
As a lot of questions came up regaring this type of rig we made a small clip of how to do this.
we talk about sidemount diving and the complicaions that can arise with the gear.
this is an add on to the recently posted video about stage handling and will answer some of the questions that came up.
after many requests we decided to answer some questions that came up in one shot and make a little video about it.
After a lot of requests, we made a clip on how to make a sidemount helmet.
As requested, a quick review of the ISE Alien-Light
basically a bit of discussion about the roots and goals of ISE and some footage from a tour in a lake.
some thoughts about analysation and how to do it.
just a beautiful and scenic swim in a lake during some heavy rain.
Very first "real" cave dive in a Cave Level 1 class. Not perfect of course, but getting there.
A fundive with Michael & Tim enjoying one of Mallorcas bautiful divesites: The Kaese (Cheese) Thanks to Dive & Fun Mallorca for their awesome support
ISE Egypt Tour 2012 – Wreck no. 5 Kimon M Music: "Space Fighter Loop" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) and "Timestretch" and "The birth of venus" von Sascha Ende (http://www.ende.tv)
ISE Egypt Tour 2012 – Wreck no. 4 Thistlegorm Music: "Space Fighter Loop" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) and "Lightless Dawn" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...
ISE Egypt Tour 2012 – Wreck no. 3 Music: "Space Fighter Loop" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ and weiss tief weiterso Gemafreie Musik von https://www.cayzland-music.de
Rosalie Moller, wreck two of our wreck-tour 2012 Music: "Space Fighter Loop" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), "Thinking Out Loud" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) and "Lightless Dawn" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Wreck of Numidia - a small clip of an awesome wreck in the red sea Music: "Space Fighter Loop" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) and "Consequence" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
second part of ISE's most famous exploration project
Achim Schloefel, CEO and Founder of Interspace explorers. Listen to Achim talking about his agency, the philosophy, the courses, his personal view on teaching...
The idea behind the video is to show you how you can deal (another option) with the very unlikely scenario of running out of gas on sidemount in overhead environment and receiving a cylinder from the diver with gas. The (No-mounted) cylinder would come to its full potential in a major restriction. Heavy Steels are not within the philosophy of our SM courses In all honesty, I was really looking forward to making this video, due to the amount of discussions about all this...so what better than to go and dive and have look for myself ;-) I am an educator and it is my duty to look for the best possible way to create safe divers..I do NOT pretend to give you the only solution. * For the ones that will start a discussion again...please. give it a try.. The footage is very systematic and specific and if you look closely, you can see many details. These details are no coincidence but this is the way we train divers. In this video you can see 2 divers in 2 different SM configurations. Both configurations can be used on ISE Courses. http://www.is-expl.com The diver with the black helmet is using a 2.10cm longhose on his right cylinder and a bungeed necklace on his left cylinder. Diver number 2, with the yellow helmet is using two 1 meter hoses that can always be donated from either side. (In the 2.10cm longhose version, the diver will have a longhose clipped off on a d ring for 50% of the time and therefore can not always donate in case of the worst scenario possible...yes, an out of gas. The way we deal with OOG on the longhose is very similar to the way we do that on D.I.R back mount. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HZbQO1yKQU&index=3&list=PLtAmDW5Fin1k6WX4Sn_2Y4u6hwEdCJIdZ ) The 1 meter hoses version sometimes requires the diver with the gas to donate his right cylinder to the diver with NO gas. The left cylinder his the cylinder with the inflator and obviously, we would like to keep our buoyancy device functional. Since I have my roots in DIR, and the agency ISE as well, I like the idea of always being able to donate what you breath. (lots of divers are mistaken , it is not always the longhose, but what you breath is donated, Ex. a stage tank...remember?..... stage tank 1 meter hose..rings a bell? Anyways, here you can see that receiving a cylinder is not rocket science and if practiced, this can be done without great difficulty.
Here´s the next ISE "How to" clip. Today we discuss different lines and knots a diver should know.
Here´s the next ISE "How To" Clip. This time we discuss knifes and other cutting tools. Enjoy.
Our new series of "ISE´s How To" second Videos "How to set up a Single-Tank Regulator Set". Hoselength, Routing, Necklace, Boltsnaps, Knots - -all explained in Detail.
Our new series of "ISE´s How To" Videos starts with "How to set up a Double-Tank Regulator Set". Hoselength, Routing, Necklace, Boltsnaps, Knots - -all explained in Detail. Freie Filmmusik by Cayzland Studio www.cayzland-music.de
Official video presentation of the Basic ISE skills, using sidemount configuration. Freie Filmmusik by Cayzland Studio www.cayzland-music.de
No more plastic c-cards for successfully passed ISE seminars.
Achim Schloeffels Recorddive from England to France
as promised here ist the next video from ISEs last excursion. Like it? - like it!! :) enjoy and see you soon somewhere in the water.
some small video from the recent cave dives in Mallorca.
a short clip from a sidemount dive with Achim Schlöffel und Toddy Wälde
Join us on the very first dive on this virgin wreck off the coast of Sardinia together with Protec Sardinia & Kingfish Dive & Travel. The wreck was first located by local fisherman Gianni Monne searching for new fishing grounds. As we were set up for a sonar run with Protec anyway this was a perfect fit. The wreck sits some 5 miles off the east coast in a depth of almost 90 meters. A mixed Team from InnerSpace Explorers and ISE Exploration Centers Protec Sardinia and Kingfish Dive & Travel then made the first dive in perfect conditions making the first video at the same time.
A group of ISE divers playing in the incredible clear waters of some of Austrias lakes
Hollis Prism2 in action during the Leros Project
Cave Diving Bel Torrente
Cave Diving Bel Torrente
Official video presentation of the Basic ISE skills, using tec configuration
Official video presentation of the Basic ISE skills, using recreational configuration