Scuba Gear

Scuba Gear

Buoyancy Control Device
Buoyancy Control Device (BCD)
Use less energy and gain better control while hovering weightless underwater.
Dive Watch for Scuba Diving
Dive Watches
A good sports dive watch comes in a variety of styles, is water resistant and has a depth rating of at least 100 metres (330 feet).
Dive Flag and Float
Dive Flag and Float
Signal to boats that there are divers down below with a locally recognized red flag with a white diagonal stripe or the blue-and-white pennant tail.
Snorkel
Snorkel
Dive snorkels come in a large variety of sizes and styles. Used for both snorkeling and scuba diving with options including: comfortable mouthpiece, purge valve and flexible bottom portion.
Wetsuits
Wetsuits
There are 4 different wetsuit styles: One Piece, Two Piece, Shortie (short sleeves and legs) and Semi Dry. Wetsuits provide insulation and help protect from cuts, scrapes and stings.
Signaling Devices
Signaling Devices
There are a variety of signaling devices - Signal lights and flashers, Signal mirror, Delayed Surface Marker Buoys (DSMBs), Inflatable signal tubes, whistles and air horns.
Fins
Fins
Designed for efficiency and control, the right fin helps both scuba divers and freedivers move through the water efficiently.
Dry Suits
Dry Suits
Designed for cooler waters, dry suits create a seal around your wrists and neck to keep the water out and keep you dry.
sidemount
Sidemount
A tank configuration in which two tanks are arranged on either side of a diver, not on their back. Sidemount is used today in sport, technical and cave diving applications.