Tweet The standard octo regulator by which all other entry-level regulators are judged. For recreational divers looking for professional performance at a reasonable price, the Alpha 8 Octo Regulator makes the adventure of diving that much easier to experience. The best price-to-performance ratio in its class Designed to perform to the U.S. [More]
Tweet The Scuba Regulator – Must Have Underwater Survival Gear An essential part of your underwater survival package is the scuba regulator. It’s what we use to breathe down there. The SP-5 is a non-balanced flow-by piston designed scuba regulator. This simple yet fail-safe design will deliver air even if there is a first stage [More]
Tweet A new jacket in extremely strong 500 and 1000 denier Cordura, with excellent buoyancy, even on smaller sizes. It has been specifically created for diving centers, and for renting. Specifically created to meet the need to offer a very strong and indestructible buoyancy control device (BCD) that would last longer even when subjected to [More]
Tweet Scuba Diving Wetsuit Comes In Adult Sizes If you’re looking for a scuba diving wetsuit have a look at the Mercury from U.S.Divers. It features 3-mil chest panels that give you plenty of warmth in tropical waters. This U.S. Divers’ Mercury wetsuit — made of the highest-quality materials available — offers a superior combination [More]
The more you dive, the more experience you get, and the higher your comfort level in the water soars. One major question on almost every newly certified scuba diver’s mind is: How can I dive more to become an experienced diver?
On one dive adventure I joined some friends for a trip to the Bahamas. We rented a sailing yacht out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida for ten days. One incident on that vacation sticks out as a lesson that I’ll never forget.
The top priority for the majority of divers when they search for new gear is not fashion, but the caliber and dependability of the equipment. With Scuba Gear Packages you might want to have second thoughts before you buy someone else’s equipment.
In winter our scuba breathing techniques threaten to gather rust – other than those happy times when we fly away to blue waters.
Scuba dives at night aren’t for everyone. Some divers have enough trouble coping with low visibility conditions on daytime dives, and the zero visibility of a nighttime dive sends them into panic mode.
Tweet Scuba Diving, while fun, has it’s share of hazards like any outdoor sport. Knowing how to recognize and deal with potential problems before (or when) they occur can make the difference between life and death when you’re under water. Here are a few safety precautions to take, as well as some of the things [More]