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The National Diving and Activity Centre is holding a raffle with some fantastic prizes to help raise funds for DDRC Healthcare.
Tickets are only £1.00 a strip and are available now from the View Cafe Bar and NDAC Dive Shop.
The Fantastic Selection of Prizes include
Thanks to everyone who donated a prize for this raffle.
The winners will be drawn on Saturday the 26th October in the View Cafe Bar following the free talk on Franklin’s Lost Expedition.
DDRC Healthcare is a UK registered charity (no.279652), established originally in 1980 as the Diving Diseases Research Centre (DDRC). They are based in a purpose built Hyperbaric Medical Centre in the Tamar Science Park, adjacent to Plymouth’s Derriford Hospital, and they run a smaller Hyperbaric Unit in Cardiff.
They are probably best known to you as the place that treats divers with decompression illness (DCI) or ‘the bends’. However they also treat a range of other medical conditions and work closely with the NHS across the country to support both emergency and non-emergency patients.
What is the biggest thing that puts you off diving and water sports in the UK?
The cold, we thought so…well the answer is here with a brand new design of heated under suits that really do keep you warm no matter what the weather or water temperature!
This product is new to the UK diving and watersports market and the NDAC is pleased to announce that we have some Thermalution heated undersuits for you to try.
We have a small and a large undersuit available, and with the recent cold snap we’re expecting this product to be very popular.
Why Choose Thermalution?
• It’s slim, durable and weighs a mere 700g allowing you to have maximum flexibility and agility underwater whilst being lightweight at the same time.
• Three temperature settings, you can adjust the temperature of the thermal layer within your wetsuit, even underwater!
• This innovative product, which can go as deep as 100 meters, will spare you from cold dives, is super comfortable and stylish.
• Powered by two Lithium Polymer 7.4V batteries. These are the same type of batteries found in your mobile phone or mp3 player: no danger of radiation, electric shock or explosion
• They are compact and lightweight; a set consists of two 130g batteries.
• Battery pockets are positioned outside of the under-suit at the sides of the chest, under the arms offering maximum freedom of movement.