Ignorance is not an option when choosing your scuba diving equipment. Your gears, like your diving skills, determine the overall success of your dive. Here’s a guide on how to choose these complex gears for a better diving experience.
Optimum performance. It is significant to understand the controls of your regulator and how it works—some models of regulators have diver-controlled knobs and switches to aid the process of delivering a high volume of air at depth, under heavy exertion, and at low tank pressures.
User-friendly interface. if you can’t easily access the basic information you need during a dive, the most expensive dive computer does you no good. A dive computer is used to check on your depth, time, decompression status and tank pressure. You must choose a dive computer that can give you clear information at a glance.
Comfort and fit. Slip into the exposure suit you’ll wear often before you try on BCs. Look for a BC that fits perfectly but doesn’t squeeze your body when inflated.