Frogwomen Lucy and Tessie in “Scuba Combat Training 5” – [28th video of Project F – 4th video shoot]

So, it’s time for a new “Project F” video!

This is video 28 and the fourth from the 4th video shoot.

A little early (Friday instead of Sunday) as I am mostly away on the weekend.

In this video, Frogwomen Lucy and newcomer Tessie are training their scuba combat skills so they are always ready for a mission.
It’s Tessie’s first appearance in a “Project F” video!


Frogwomen Lucy and Tessie in “Scuba Combat Training 5”, 1080p, 60 frames, 3:58 minutes

Info: The training has 4 rounds. That means that 4 times one of them forces the other one to the surface.


Some preview pictures:

(click to enlarge) 

(music is just in the trailer, not in the video)

Feel welcome to hit the LIKE button of the video on YouTube! 😉

Video contains:

2 frogwomen, neoprene, 2 smooth skin wetsuits, 1 (of them is a) vintage-style beavertail wetsuit, double hose regulator, scuba peril, scuba fight, some modern scuba gear,

hoods (2 of 2), fins, mask flooding/ripping, regulator stealing, air hose squeezed shut, leg scissors

Lethal or non-lethal ending?

It’s a combat training scenario…

Background info (without spoiler):

Tessie was the safety diver for most of the day but also debuted in front of the camera in this video.

She has some scuba certificates and plenty of scuba experience already at a rather young age.

So, it was pretty difficult for Lucy to force Tessie to the surface in this training scenario 😉

In comparison to modern regulators, the 60-year-old Royal Mistral double hose regulator is less comfortable when it comes to breathing and handling but Lucy adapted to it quickly.

The mouthpiece of the Royal Mistral got slightly damaged during this video… more on that in the VIP section.

Luckily nothing that would prevent any further usage (no big repairs needed).

Tessie came up with some nice extra elements like the fin pulling and the leg scissors and both did a really good job!

My favorite element was the scene where Tessie squeezed the corrugated air hose of Lucy, thereby minimizing the airflow for her.

That is another great aspect about these double hose regulators… more options 🙂


Frogwoman Lucy is wearing a great vintage-style wetsuit with beavertail from Elios:


I used some filters (10% more brightness in gamma and gain, text)


Where to watch it?

The video will be available again in July in the VIP club alongside the other content!

Here is a quick overview of the content of this month:


…get the video any time you want:



You can watch and download these videos in the VIP club, but only for personal use!

Don’t share them with anyone…. anywhere!

It’s pretty simple, I had to spend a lot of money:

All that scuba gear, location rent, and the money for the frogwomen and the safety diver.

If I don’t make enough money with these videos….. I won’t be able to make new videos at some point.

I hope you appreciate these videos and want to see more in the future!

After all, you get all those 6 Project F videos each month + additional content for just 12 euros (or even less per month if you get into the VIP club for more than one month).

I would say that is quite a bargain!

The rotation periods for each video will get a little longer though. When a video leaves the VIP club it will be out for at least 4 months.

But still, there will be …at least…. 5-6 Project F videos in it each month.



7 thoughts on “Frogwomen Lucy and Tessie in “Scuba Combat Training 5” – [28th video of Project F – 4th video shoot]”

  1. love the way that the tow girls are a juxtaposition of each other. one in the old (assuming) ellios suit with the twin hose vintage regulator and the other in the cressi free lady (almost a modern day replica of the ellios suit) with the modern day regulator and fighting it out. this looks amazing and i love the selection of gear and scenario.

    • Well, the Ellios suit is very new… but yeah, they sell it as vintage-style beavertail wetsuit, so it looks like it would be from the 60s.
      And yeah, as I mentioned here and there I love those suits and am a big gan of double hose regulators 😉
      Glad you like it!


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