As many of you know, I’m a gadget nut. Not only that, I’m a Android user, so this new water-resistant cell phone from Motorola really caught my eye.
The video below shows the new Motorola Defy in a container of water – with more water being poured over it. Email subscribers may need to click through to view the video below.
The Motorola Defy runs Android with a “Lite” version of Flash and is available for T-Mobile customers in the US. If you really want to dig in to the specs and performance of this phone, here’s a review from Engadget.
It may not look like much, but as any instructor knows: an equipment mat is one of the few luxuries to be found when shore diving.
The website has a detailed explanation of how it works and a video of sand disappearing through the mat like magic. There are different sizes and groovy patterns, but a basic mat will run you $50 for a 6′ x 6′.
One of TIME Magazine’s top 25 Travel Gadgets. REEF’s Stash Sandals have a hidden slot in the heel to hide stuff. The price ranges from $45 – $58.
PADI Laptop Backpack
Our laptop backpack makes it easy to transport your laptop, student files and slates. It has three pockets and accommodates a laptop up to 14″ x 10.5.” The padded back provides extra protection, and a “yawning’ pocket design makes it easy to take the computer in and out.
The second pocket measures 13.5″ deep and 10.5” wide (33.5 x 27cm). Two built-in dividers keep student paperwork organized and dry.
The smallest pocket has a sleeve for your slates, a pen pocket, and enough room leftover for a DVD.
The laptop, along with some of our other PADI-branded promo items are on sale now through next Tuesday 21 December. The backpack is on sale for $20 on its own, or you can buy it in a package with three other items below for $38.