Halcyon In Action

All around the world Halcyon products are being used in a variety of exciting places. From fun dives on local tropical reefs and extreme technical expeditions to scientific projects and commercial dives by Public Safety teams, Halcyon products can be found in nearly every underwater environment. See what a few people around the world are doing with their Halcyon products!

Halcyon Light Comparison Video

Enjoy a little dive in the Pacific Northwest with Halcyon enthusiast Laura James, who sent us a great video comparing our new Eos LED Primary light with other Halcyon models.


Meet Olmo Torres-Talamante, a scientific diver and Halcyon Dive Buddy Makeover Winner in 2009. Olmo gives the following overview:

I am so grateful to Halcyon for the contest it is a very noble effort. I was in Mexico City working in the lab at the University when I received the good news. Thanks to Zero Gravity the package arrived in the Riviera Maya but the waiting was terrible and was hard to focus on the indoor work. I couldn’t wait to go and jump into the waters of a cenote.

Virginia, USA

Virginia Scuba takes their Halcyon gear to Roatan. The fun-filled trip relied upon a variety of Halcyon equipment and was led by Mark and Susan Palomba.

Connecticut, USA

Courtesy of Scuba Shack owner Ed Hayes:
Meet the divers from Middletown’s Public Safety Team:
The Middletown and Portland Ct. Fire Dept Rescue Teams showed up at the store today to pick up their custom Halcyon Infinity Systems. Middletown's Public Safety Team is in the process of switching all their team BCD's to Halcyon; the team is also being trained in the GUE Primer Course as a means to increase their core diving skills.


Meet the explorers featured in National Geographic who use Halcyon gear:


Bimini is what we remember the Florida Keys as thirty years ago. Shallow and deep reefs were thriving, undamaged by decades of hooks, anchors, and pollution. An explosion of colorful fish and sponges was just a 30-minute flight on Chalk’s or an hour and a half in a fast boat from Ft. Lauderdale. Whether it was a once-in-a-lifetime dive on Victory Reef or a lazy afternoon on the wreck of the Sapona, your gear is the last thing you want to distract you from an amazing experience.

Extreme Cave Exploration

Halcyon was created in response to the demands of extreme technical diving. In the early 1990s, Halcyon founders were exploring deep wrecks and long-distance caves, including the world-renowned Wakulla Springs. No other site can draw the comparison of being the Mt. Everest of cave diving: massive conduit (often over a hundred feet in diameter), deep, multi-branching passages, and passages explored to nearly 30,000ft/10km. Dives in Wakulla are the longest ever done: bottom times for the lead team can exceed ten hours at a depth of 300ft/90m. By the time the team exits the water, they will have spent nearly 30 hours underwater.