Suunto plans to bring along its full computer range, including the new EON Core, and says that anyone diving in Wraysbury Lake that weekend will have the chance to try one of the units under water. Fly wings and Finn lights from Finnsub will also be available for test.

The speakers all make their appearances on the Saturday – along with Torbet expect to hear Andy Rose (underwater archaeology); Rich Foster from UPSAC (club diving); Bryan Stanislas on UK underwater videography; and Graham Hockley of Suunto on UK fauna and flora – all in line with the event’s stated theme of promoting home-waters diving.

A question-booth manned by Suunto staff will be open throughout the weekend, including information not only on products but on aspects of diving such as boat-charters and skippers.

Divers are also invited to attend a barbecue at the site on the Saturday night, though this must be booked separately before the weekend by calling Wraysbury Dive Centre (01784 488007).

Wraysbury will be open for diving from 9am to 6pm as usual throughout the weekend and the standard entry fee of £10 per diver applies. More on the venue here.

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