Scuba Diving Equipment Archives

Underwater beam comparison of the Dive Rite RX2 LED Dive Light vs. other lights. Shot at Orange Grove Sink, Peacock Springs State Park.

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What equipment do I need to start scuba diving?

I’m looking for a complete list with recommendations of brand and also estimated price! Thank you so much!

Really depends on where you’re taking classes. I’d get with the local dive shop and see what the people there recommend/require for your class.

My class required a pair of fins, a snorkel, a mask, a weight belt, weights, and booties. I also bought a wetsuit.

Mask – $70
Fins – $70
Boots – $80
Suit – $160
Weight belt – $10
Weights – $50

I did buy better quality booties than required and probably bought too much weight as well. You WILL have to buy scuba-quality things; nothing pisses instructors off more than cheap gear, apparently 😛 At the very least, don’t skimp on the mask and fins. A snorkel is a snorkel is a snorkel; you totally get permission to buy that from Academy rather than the $30 ones the stores stock.

Other equipment (your buoyancy compensator, regulator assembly, tank, etc) could be deferred to a later purchase date.

Good luck and happy swimming 😀

-A diver-in-training as well
This Atomic T2X Regulator has been designed to be the highest performing, most corrosion resistant and best looking regulator on the market. The T2X is ultra lightweight making it the perfect travel regulator where every pound counts.

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Bare Nex Gen Pro Dry Scuba Diving Drysuit

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This demonstration video discusses and shows the featutres of the Nex-Gen Pro Dry Drysuit from Bare. It is a rear entry drysuit allowing for easing donning and doffering. The Nex-Gen´s seams are welded making it virtually waterproof. It has latex neck and wrist seals providing a water barrier. This diving drysuit also has compression-resistant soft boots attached to it which keep your feet warmer. For durability, it has soft plate wear-resistant knee pads and shoulder pads. The Nex-Gen has a 360 degree swivel inflator valve and adjustable low profile exhaust allowing the diver to adjust them under water.

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Aeris Epic Scuba Diving Computer

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This demonstration video goes over the features of the Aeris Epic dive computer. It is an air/nitrox integrated hoseless diving computer that can switch between up to 3 independent transmitters, tracking up to 3 nitrox mixes or your buddy´s tank pressure. It has many modes including a free dive mode, a gauge mode, and a dive mode. Another great feature on the scuba computer is the user changeable battery. There is no need to send the computer in to replace the battery.

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