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]
Questions and answers about how to start scuba diving.
Do you ever sit and daydream about your next trip, or remember back, and relive, dive vacations you enjoyed? Every once in a while I get out my dive log, and glance through the pages, reliving my diving exploits. I’ll close my eyes, and some of those memories come so clearly that I feel like I’m right back in the water at a particular dive site.
Look at the wrist of most any scuba diver, and you’ll see a dive watch. Those dive timers are handy for keeping track of how long you stay at a particular depth in the water. And some watches are fancy enough to compliment the look of any formal event attendee.
You must demonstrate the ability to swim 200 meters, and float for 10 minutes as part of getting an open water certification for scuba diving.
Tweet We always need to attach more stuff to our equipment to free up our hands when we need them. Lanyards for lights, cameras, gauges, game bags, or maybe even a fish stringer when spear fishing. This Console Extender mounts in seconds. Simply thread the Cons-HOLD scuba gear quick release clip back through its elastic [More]
Scuba divers gotta get wet, but when we live in the Midwest, we can’t always take off for the warm blue waters of the Caribbean. That means we brave the cold water of local stone quarries, and it also means we must use extra equipment to safely enjoy our favorite sport.