|Discover Everything You Need To Dive|
For a novice diver, buying scuba equipment is the final step, but it always brings a cruel question: how will I know which scuba equipment I should buy?
That’s why we decided to create a list of all the equipment you need to have a great dive:
Mask and Snorkel
The mask creates an air space in front of your eyes that allows them to focus underwater. The nose pocket lets you equalize the air pressure in your mask as you go deeper.
A snorkel is the curved tube that allows you to breathe while floating face down on the surface, as a diver you will primarily use a snorkel to conserve the air in your tank when on the surface of the water.
While you can find both separately, you can also find a kit containing both for a more affordable price.
exhibition suits are usually made of neoprene foam rubber (neoprene suits) or spandex-like materials (fur), sometimes with a fleece lining.
Protective suits insulate you from the cooling effect of water, which can steal your body heat 25 times faster than air. The thickness and type of exposure protection you need depends on your diving conditions. Plain spandex suits provide little insulation but help protect against scratches and stings.
Fins, also known as fins, are the options most used by divers, both amateurs and professionals.
With their long shape, they allow the diver to move more quickly in the water in addition to offering stability in movement, as well as reducing fatigue.
Sneakers Another alternative for the feet are the famous diving shoes , which, unlike flippers, are light and dry quickly, in addition to being very comfortable. The difference is that they do not have the ability of flippers to push.
In addition, it can be used for walking in environments with a lot of water quietly.
Nobody likes working on the dive tables, but they are an invaluable tool for safe diving if you want to delve deeper into the sport and turn pro. They constantly monitor depth and bottom time, dive computers automatically recalculate your no-decompression status, giving you longer dive times while keeping you within a safe no-decompression time limit. Computers can also monitor your rate of ascent and tank pressure, log your dives, and more.
Anti -fog is used on the face shields to prevent them from fogging up while you are diving.
The lanterns Specialized diving lights can give you focus and lighting at more than 20 meters underwater, and can be used by professionals and amateurs alike.