The Aquamundo Sport Dive Watch

With its experience in water sports, especially scuba diving, Aquamundo has produced many products for both local and foreign divers looking for tough, practical, and competitively-priced diving equipment. This year, Aquamundo will be expanding the range of products that it will be offering to its customers with the addition of the Aquamundo Sport Dive Watch.

Aquamundo Sport Dive Watch

Aquamundo Sport Dive Watch

The Aquamundo Sport Dive Watch was made to meet the stringent requirements of the diver. Rated to be waterproof up to 300 Meters (1,000 feet), this watch will go to great depths with you. Everything that makes it tick is enclosed in durable, marine-grade stainless steel to keep it highly resistant against corrosion from exposure to sea water. The expandable band and clasp is made of the same material. The timepiece’s face is covered with sapphire glass, making it resilient against scratches.

But even with its tough features, the Aquamundo Sport Dive Watch is at home on land as much as it is in the water. With its classic design, powered by reliable automatic movement, the Aquamundo Sport Dive Watch will always be ready to face the rigors of diving and accompany you in your everyday engagements.


  • 30ATM / 300 Meters (1,000 Feet) Professional waterproof technology
  • 316 Stainless steel casing, band, and clasp
  • Scratch-resistant sapphire glass crystal
  • Nh35A Automatic movement


  • Magnified date indicator at 3 o’clock position
  • Luminous hands and hour markers
  • Rotary Bezel

The Aquamundo Sport Dive Watch, now available from Aquamundo Sports. For more information, contact info@aquamundosports.com

Panglao Island Scuba Diving and the International Dive Fiesta

The International Dive Fiesta will be held in Panglao Island tomorrow and it’s going to be a big event where divers can check out the latest gear, talk with fellow dive enthusiasts, and watch or participate in special diving events. For those who haven’t been to the place yet, or plan on doing so in the future, here’s a primer on Panglao Island and why it figures prominently within local dive groups and communities.

Panglao Island is a small island located southwest of the island of Bohol. It has a population of more than 68,000 people, and most of them rely on tourism for their livelihood. The terrain is hilly, and one of its interesting geological features includes the Hinagdanan cave, a limestone cave which houses rock formations and a lagoon. Another prominent feature of Panglao are its beaches and dive sites. With white coral sand and clear blue waters, Panglao Island has been a favorite among divers and simple beach-goers alike.

Rich Marine Life
Panglao Island boasts of its diverse marine life, and it is no empty claim. In a study, more species of mollusks were found within a 15,000 hectare area of Panglao, compared to the 300 million hectares of study area in the Mediterranean. Due to the rich biodiversity of its marine life, it has attracted the attention of conservationists and recreational divers alike.

There are a number of beautiful dive sites within the area of Panglao Island. These include Napaling, Doljo Point, Kalipayan, the Habagat Wreck, and the Balicasag Dive Sites, to name a few. Panglao Island’s dive sites offer different kinds of diving experiences, with dive depth for the different dive sites ranging between 3 meters to 60 meters. A multitude of marine life can be spotted within these dive sites like lion fish, white tip sharks, moray eels, sea snakes, and a whole lot more, often with colorful corals as their backdrop.

International Dive Fiesta
Panglao, in cooperation with the Philippine Department of Tourism, will be hosting this year’s International Dive Fiesta. A lot of activities have been prepared for divers from all over the country and abroad, and Aquamundo will be a part of the festivities. Aquamundo will be holding a Technical Repair Seminar, and is inviting everyone to join. The International Dive Fiesta will be held at the Alona Central Parking Area, and will take place from June 12 – 15, 2014. See you there!

Aquamundo International Dive Fiesta Panglao