Scuba diving, like many recreational activities, is equipment-intensive. Recreational diving has grown from an obscure sport practiced by a small band of youthful and athletic adventurers into an activity enjoyed by millions around the world, of all ages, in all kinds of water. Increasingly sophisticated and reliable equipment, and the training to use it properly, are largely responsible for that growth.
Whether an item of dive gear is considered essential or desirable, each was conceived and developed to satisfy a definite need and perform a specific function. From regulator to dive computers, mask to fins, and buoyancy compensator to wet suit, recreational scuba equipment is purposeful, interesting to use, and a big contributor to the overall fascination and attraction of diving.
Acquiring your own dive equipment is a major factor in the enjoyment of the sport. You can rent gear at many dive destinations, but most divers prefer not to rely on the fit and availability of much-used (and hygene-dependent) rental equipment for their personal safety and enjoyment of diving.
Learn more about our equipment below or click here for all SCUBA manufacturers.
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Waterproof’s EX2 Expedition Dry SuitRead more
Ocean Reef’s Snorkie-TalkieRead more
Scubapro’s C370 Regulator Second StageRead more
Dive N DryRead more
Aqua Lung’s Rogue BCRead more
Henderson Talon WetsuitRead more
Scubapro’s UPF CollectionRead more
NERD 2 Dive Computer, Shearwater ResearchRead more
Sea & Sea YS-D2J StrobeRead more
Aria Snorkeling Mask by Ocean ReefRead more
Outlaw Buoyancy Compensator by AqualungRead more
Scubapro G2 Dive ComputerRead more
SlipIns DiveSkinsRead more
FogKicker Dive Mask De-fog by Treaty BiotechRead more
SeaLife Super Macro LensRead more
WPSKIN by WaterproofRead more