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Scuba diving is a popular activity in the UK, with its beautiful coastlines and diverse marine life. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced diver, having the right equipment makes diving safe and enjoyable.

Scuba Diving Equipment in the UK

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A buoyancy control device (BCD) is a crucial piece of scuba diving equipment. It allows divers to control their buoyancy underwater.

Worn like a vest, a BCD can inflate or deflate to adjust the diver’s buoyancy. By adding air to the BCD, the diver becomes more buoyant and can ascend. While releasing air from the BCD makes the diver less buoyant and allows them to descend.

The BCD also serves as a storage device for the diver’s tank and other accessories. When choosing a BCD it’s important to consider fit (comfortable equipment is really important while scuba diving) , weight capacity, and even a colour. We recommend Integrated weights system for a more streamlined and comfortable dive.

In our offer you can find BCD’s for configurations like:

  • Single cylinder 
  • Sidemount 
  • Twinset

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A drysuit is a type of diving suit that keeps the diver dry by preventing water from entering the suit. Wetsuits use neoprene and allow a small amount of water to enter and then warm up against the diver’s body. On the other hand, a drysuit uses a waterproof material such as rubber or synthetic fabrics.

Drysuits have seals around the neck, wrists, and ankles to prevent water from entering. They also have a waterproof zipper or closure system to ensure a watertight seal.

Drysuits are perfect for the UK because of the cold-water diving conditions where maintaining body temperature is crucial. They provide insulation by allowing the diver to wear warm clothing underneath the suit. Additionally, technical divers and professional diver will typically use drysuits because of the long durations underwater.

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Diving fins, also known as flippers, are an essential piece of scuba diving equipment. Worn on the feet and enhanced propulsion and manoeuvrability underwater. Diving fins come in various styles and sizes, but they all serve the same purpose of increasing the efficiency of movement in the water.

Diving fins use rubber or plastic and have a blade-like shape. The blade of the fin is responsible for generating thrust as the diver kicks their legs. This thrust allows the diver to move through the water with less effort and greater speed.

When choosing diving fins, it is important to consider factors such as size, fit, and flexibility. The fins should fit snugly but not be too tight, as this can cause discomfort and restrict movement. You should also consider the flexibility of the fins as it affects the amount of power generated.

Diving fins are available in different styles, including full-foot fins and open-heel fins. Full-foot fins are for barefoot and are common in warm-water diving. Open-heel fins have an adjustable strap/springs that allows for a diving boot, this provides added protection and insulation.

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Tecline Lightjet Rubber Fins blue

A diving hose is a flexible tube that connects the scuba diving regulator to the scuba tank. It allows the diver to receive air from the tank and breathe underwater. The diving hose is an essential component of the scuba diving equipment as it delivers the air supply.

Typically made of durable materials such as rubber or synthetic materials to withstand the pressure and conditions underwater. The diving hose is long enough to provide freedom of movement to the diver while ensuring a secure connection.

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A diving mask is an essential piece of scuba diving equipment that allows divers to see clearly underwater. It is a specially designed mask that covers the eyes and nose, creating an air pocket in front of the diver’s face. Masks typically use a durable material, such as tempered glass, providing great visibility underwater.

The diving mask creates a watertight seal around the diver’s face, preventing water from entering the mask. It has a soft silicone skirt that conforms to the contours of the face, ensuring a comfortable and secure fit. The strap of the mask is adjustable, allowing divers to customise the fit according to their preferences.

When choosing a diving mask, it is important to consider factors such as fit, comfort, and visibility. The mask should fit snugly but not be too tight, as this can cause discomfort and leave marks on the face. It should also have a wide field of view and a low volume, which reduces the amount of air needed to equalise the pressure

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Tecline Frameless Super View Mask black

Reels and spools are scuba diving equipment used for various purposes underwater.

A reel is a cylindrical device with a handle and a line wound around it. Divers use reels to deploy and retrieve lines underwater. Used for navigation purposes, such as marking a trail or creating a reference line during a dive. Search and recovery operations also use reels, where the line guides the diver back to a specific location.

On the other hand, a spool is a smaller version of a reel. It is a simple cylindrical device with a line wound around it, but it does not have a handle. Shorter distances and tasks that require less line will typically use a spool. These can include deploying a surface marker buoy (SMB) or attaching a line to an underwater structure.

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Spool with spinner 15m or 30m - 15m

A regulator is the most important piece of equipment for scuba diving as it allows you to breathe underwater. It consists of a first stage, a second stage, and a hose that connects the two. The first stage attaches to the scuba tank and reduces the high-pressure air to an intermediate pressure. The second stage is the part that you put in your mouth and it delivers the air to you when you inhale.

When choosing a regulator, it is important to invest in a good quality regulator. We also recommend choosing a regulator that is compatible with cold water diving. This is because they prevent freezing in low temperatures.

Additionally, some regulators come with additional features like a transmitter. Such as a dive computer integration or a balanced first stage, which provides consistent airflow. These features can enhance your diving experience but may come at a higher cost.

Remember to always check and maintain your regulator before each dive and service them every year to keep manufacture warranty to ensure it is in good working condition.

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A diving snorkel is a tube-like device that allows scuba divers to breathe while swimming on the surface of the water. It consists of a mouthpiece, a flexible tube, and a purge valve.

The diver places the mouthpiece mouth, and the tube extends above the water surface. This allows the diver to inhale air from above the water and exhale through the purge valve

Snorkelling and free diving activities use snorkels to conserve energy and explore the underwater.

View our range of Snorkels here.

Tecline Frameless SV Mask + Snorkel purple

A diving compass is a navigational tool used by scuba divers to help them navigate underwater. It is typically a small, compact device that attaches to the diver’s wrist or integrated into their dive computer.

An SPG, or Submersible Pressure Gauge, allows scuba divers to monitor the air remaining in their scuba tank. It consists of a pressure gauge that displays the current tank pressure and a hose that connects to the tank’s high-pressure port.

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Submersible Pressure Gauge (SPG) 52mm - SPG -52mm (O2 clean) Head only

A surface marker buoy or SMB is a device scuba divers use to mark their position on the surface. It is typically a brightly coloured inflatable tube that divers deploy once they reach the surface. The SMB attaches to a spool line that connects to the diver.. This allows it to float above the diver and be easily visible to boats or other divers.

View our range of Surface Marker Buoy here.

Closed Buoy 22/180cm

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