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If PADI's Open-Water manual is the Bible of scuba diving, consider this the
New Testament. Scuba Confidential is the closest thing there is to a scuba
diving self-help book.
Editor-in-Chief, Sport Diver magazines
What a welcome book! This will be an excellent addition to the training books currently used.
Evelyn Bartram Dudas
'Scuba Confidential' is much more than just another, 'How-To' diving manual...
David Strike, OZTeK Organiser
Simon provides a black-box approach to avoiding some of diving's pitfalls and gives some great tips and insights....
Terry Cummins OMA
The pleasure is in the incisive writing, with a notable lack of waffle, the logical structure of the book and the fact
that not only does Pridmore know what he's talking about, but he is supremely confident about the validity of his
insights. In short, he cuts the crap. It's everything we wanted to know about diving but were afraid to ask before the
moment passed.Steve Weinman, DIVER Magazine, UK
Simon's wealth of knowledge as a diving educator and experienced diver is evident within the content of this book.
I especially like the 'Becoming a Better Diver' summaries with each chapter, which are obviously the thrust of the
book. A wise diver should collect these into one document and study and understand them fully.
IANTD IT #6, Author of Technical Diving From the Bottom Up
Scuba Confidential is ideal - and inspirational - reading for a newish diver looking for direction, but however
experienced you are I think it's likely that you'll enjoy the book and get something from it. It will set you thinking
about aspects of your own diving. It's a very easy and stimulating read.
Diver Magazine (UK) divernet.com November 2014
From the Author
Learning to dive is easy; becoming a good diver is hard. It requires dedicated application. You may find
that, after reading Scuba Confidential, you need to make changes to established habits, but you will see that even
apparently minor things can make a world of difference to your comfort and confidence in the water. It is a good idea to
opt for evolution rather than revolution and make changes or adopt new techniques one by one. A step-by-step process is
much easier to manage.
I hope you enjoy reading Scuba Confidential, that it causes you to review and reflect on how you dive, that it helps you
progress, that you find it a useful reference to return to time and again and that you find that it does indeed succeed
in making you a better diver!
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