Welcome to Scuba Diving Equipment UK
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Diving is more than a hobby. It is a gateway to an exciting and exhilarating new world. We are specialists, bringing you a complete range of scuba diving equipment, accessories and spare parts from every major manufacturer. We also offer free advice and guidance for the novice.
We stock an extensive catalogue of new and used scuba diving equipment, at highly competitive prices. Please click the links above and to the left to browse our categories, or use the search facility at the top of the page. Our categories contain video tutorials, to guide you in selecting the right piece of kit. Should you require any specialist assistance, we are available via our contact form, and will be only too happy to help.
Scuba: How To Start?
The PADI Open Water Diver Course teaches you the fundamentals of diving. You will learn about all of your scuba diving equipment and how to gear up correctly, together with all of the basic diving dos and don'ts. On successful completion of the course, you’ll receive an Open Water Diver card and a diver number, granting you entry to the diving world. With this qualification, you can hire equipment and dive to your heart’s content (within the safety parameters, of course!) and you needn’t sit a single test more, if you don’t want to. Most divers, however, find themselves hooked by this stage, and progress to the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Course, enabling them to dive to deeper depths...Read more about learning to scuba dive
Scuba: What Next?
The PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course can be taken back to back with the PADI Open Water Diver course, and usually spans two to three days. It is designed to boost your confidence, and build on your skills by introducing you to new activities. The course consists of five PADI Adventure Dives with a knowledge review on each (you will need a PADI Adventures In Diving Manual to complete these).
All students must complete an Underwater Navigation course, where you will expand on your compass reading skills. A Deep Dive is also obligatory, where you plan and execute a dive to a maximum depth of 30 metres...Read more about scuba diver training