| A leader in the manufacturing and distribution of state-of-the-art diving equipment. Setting new industry standards through constant investment in innovation, research , expertise, and creativity. This and professionalism has lead the Mares brand to be a synonym of quality, safety and reliability.
|| In the mid-1970s, two friends decided to combine their knowledge of diving and precision engineering. Working from a small garage in the north of England, they set about creating what has become some of the most respected scuba diving equipment on the market.|
| In 1952 Jack O'Neill invented the wetsuit, 50 years on, O'Neill was the best-selling wetsuit brand in the world, as well as one of the top sportswear brands. Through precise size grading and fit for purpose technology O'Neill wetsuits are a wonder of design, style, comfort and temperature control.
|| With principles set around performance, innovation and function and a keen eye on enviromental impact Fourth Element use the latest fabric technology in unique combinations and designs to provide outstanding thermal protection.|
| The name Aqua Lung was first introduced the world to Scuba diving in 1943 when Jacques-Yves Cousteau and Émile Gagnan developed the first ‘Aqua-Lung’. Today Aqua Lung manufactures and markets a complete line of diving equipment as well as a full range of open and closed circuit equipment for Military and Professional diving operation.
|| In 1972 Robert Hollis founded the parent company American Underwater Products (AUP). The Hollis brand manufactures dependable and innovative technical diving equipment for your personal exploration needs with engineering experience built to accommodate the sport diver to the technical diver.|
| The Oceanic brand now includes the Aeris line as of 2014. What began its' life with a dozen diving products has grown into a worldwide distribution networ offering a full range of scuba equipment to suit the divers needs.