Gallagher789 Stewart
by on June 22, 2020
Diving involves a great deal of special equipment. Most likely you will learn what you need to have, how to select it, and how to take care of it from your instructor, from scuba retail stores, or even from scuba books and magazines. Don’t plan on cutting any corners when it comes to acquiring your scuba gear. Quality counts and it will make all the difference down the road. Diving is an enjoyable sport, but it won’t be if you have constant equipment issues.

Diving Equipment Checklist

  • Mask, snorkel & snorkel keeper
  • Fins and boots
  • Filled scuba tank
  • Buoyancy compensator
  • Exposure suit, hood, and gloves
  • Weight system
  • Regulator with pressure gauge
  • Alternate air source
  • Instruments to measure depth, time, & direction
  • Signaling device like whistle, mirror, safety tube
  • Dive knife
  • Float, dive flag, anchor
  • Dive tables
  • Dive Watch
  • Dive light
  • Slate & pencil
  • Marker buoy
  • Gear bag and bag for collecting

Spare Equipment

  • Scuba tanks
  • Weights
  • Straps
  • O-rings
  • Snorkel keeper

Secondary Equipment

  • First Aid Kit (see below)
  • Emergency phone numbers/radio frequencies
  • Logbook
  • Swimsuit
  • Towel/Jacket/Sunglasses/Hat
  • Dive kit
  • Drinking water

First Aid Kit

  • Rescue breathing mask
  • Tweezers
  • Seasickness medicine
  • Bandages/Scissors
  • Isopropyl alcohol
  • Penlight
  • Hydrogen peroxide
  • White vinegar
  • Baking soda
  • Diving First Aid book
  • Analgesic and antiseptic ointment
  • Space blanket
  • Hot packs
  • Eyewash
  • Rubber band tourniquet
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