Archive for October, 2011

How to Assemble a Scuba Diving Regulator

0 How to Assemble a Scuba Diving RegulatorVisit to purchase scuba gear, scuba diving equipment & snorkeling gear.

This instructional video demonstrates how to assemble your scuba diving regulator.

It will take you through the simple process step by step, and show you how to connect your octopus, scuba diving computer, and low pressure hose to the first stage of your dive regulator so you´re ready to dive.

When taking the port plugs off your first stage of your diving regulator, be sure to store them in a safe place in case you need them in the future.

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Sub Gear Snapper –

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The Sub Gear Snapper is perfect for attaching your accessories such as lights and cameras to prevent loss. It can be clipped securely in place of extended and retracted as and when you need it.

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Beach Ball Scuba Diver Gag

0 Beach Ball Scuba Diver Gag Scuba diver put on his beach ball diving hat today but keeps getting annoyed by people poking him with sticks. A presentation of the Just For Laughs Gags. The funny hidden camera pranks show for the whole family. Juste pour rire les gags, l’émission de caméra cachée la plus comique de la télé!

Duration : 0:1:11

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The reason I wonder is my Mom and Dad went to Florida for a vacation and decided to get scuba diving certified there. On their last day and dive to get certified, in the Atlantic Ocean my mom was under about 50 feet of water with everyone else. Then my mom became unresponsive. Now I’m waiting for my Dad to fly back from Florida to bring my Mom back after the medical examiner does what they have to do. This was just yesterday when my Mom died, and I feel devastated. Although I’m a guy and am not good at sharing emotions, I’ve been crying since.

Before my parents flew out there, I took a scuba diving lesson class with my mom from PADI in a swimming pool, and I really enjoyed it and really wanted to try it again. However, now I feel so devastated with the big loss.

I don’t know how common it is for that to happen during actual scuba diving lessons?

The reason I ask is I feel so so depressed and wanted to know how common it is during actual lessons.

It is very rare for anyone to even be injured during a scuba diving course, much less a fatality. As long as the student is in good health and follows the rules they learn during class, scuba is a fairly low-risk activity. The medical history form that every potential student fills out prior to starting the in-water portion of scuba training is intended to identify those people with medical conditions that make scuba especially risky for them and to filter them out if a medical professional deems the risk unacceptably high.

Unfortunately the risks of scuba diving can only be reduced to a manageable level through health, fitness and training, they can never be eliminated completely.

I’m sorry for your loss.

Is Iran a safe place for an American to travel?

Don’t give me the hikers’ story, or the political crapola.

I am thinking about going SCUBA diving in Iran in addition to some sight seeing.

Is it safe for an American to travel there? Do the people hate Americans? Will I be beheaded or hanged? Serious answers please.

Every one could travel to Iran and here is safe.
Many of Americans scientists traveled so far and nobody have a problem!
Absolutely safe! Be sure! WITH VISA!!!

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