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The Rules and Not So Fine Print: The items listed on this page change frequently and represent special purchase, closeout, discontinued, and clearance inventory along with limited time offers from our suppliers. Some items are missing descriptions and/or photograph, but you can contact us with any questions.

Unless otherwise stated, all items are new or unused with full manufacturers warranty. Any item that is used, damaged or has significant cosmetic flaws will be clearly identified as such. All items, new or used, are still covered under our no hassles return policy and you may return them for a full refund, less our actual shipping costs. This page is up-to-date, but all items are subject to prior sale and may sell out overnight. No backorders on these items, so don't plan on anything until we e-mail you the notice that we have accepted your order and that it will ship. In some circumstances your order may take several days before it ships. We reserve the right to limit quantities.

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How Secure Is Your Browser?

If you are having trouble visiting the Dive Gear Express website on certain devices it may mean the affected device and browser is attempting to connect to the Dive Gear Express website using an obsolete security protocol. We recommend installing Chrome or Firefox on the desktop and Chrome for Mobile on phones.

In accordance with best practice for e-commerce websites, Dive Gear Express encrypts our entire website and we are transitioning to the TLS 1.2 encryption protocol. Support for TLS 1.2 varies by operating system and version, but all modern browsers are compatible by default. All e-commerce websites that accept credit card payments are in the process of switching to only accepting the most modern encryption protocol and that transition is expected to be complete by June 2016. Dive Gear Express is an 'early adopter' of this requirement, so it's entirely possible this is the first time you have encountered this issue.

TLS 1.2 can be manually enabled on a few earlier browser versions by changing a setting and/or installing a patch. However, the most straightforward solution is just to update to a current version of your favorite browser whenever possible. The most common difficultly is with very old versions of Windows and Android that do not have a modern native browser available. Microsoft Internet Explorer started supporting TLS 1.2 by default with version 11, but if you are on WIN/XP or Vista then a current version of IE is not available. Early versions of the Android operating system (before 4.0) used a native android browser that is not compatible. In either case, we recommend installing an alternative modern browser: Chrome or Firefox on the desktop and Chrome for Mobile on phones.

We apologize for this inconvenience, but believe that protecting your financial security is a primary concern when doing business with Dive Gear Express.

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