Scuba Diving: Necessary Gear

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  1. ashley manning says

    What if you want to go deep deep sea diving? Can you do a tutorial on that?

  2. Tw1ch says

    I cant belive that you guys have 16 million Subs but only 600 likes!?!?!

  3. Jaleelp Jaleel says

    How to give this Sciliander In Keirala

  4. Christina Haydel says

    This actually answered my drawback, thank you!

    There are some attention-grabbing cut-off dates in this video however I don’t know if I see all of them center to heart. Theres some validity but I will take hold opinion till I look into it further. Good video , thanks and we wish more! Added to FeedBurner as nicely

  5. Epicgamer950 Stephenlaw123 says

    You forgot Semi-dry suits and weight belts

  6. Sean Griffith says

    This is the first time I saw the narrator and it's weird.

  7. Lauris Bullis says

    i dive in Baltic see

  8. Lauris Bullis says

    good afternoon. or you can say what should be the diving equipment for firefighters?

  9. Andres Gomez says

    the most basic propulsion is your feet not fins

  10. Ibrahim Chalhoub says

    Hey! Nice video. It's one that is good to share

  11. Vacances Plongee says

    best regulators for leisure professional divers diving below 30 m are mk 25 and aqualung legend. If you are a beginner and want to own a regulator and will not dive below 18 m the scubapro mk 2 is the best. As a professional diver D.I.N is a better system than international system, there is no risk it will go off the tank if you accidentally hit something or to avoid wasting time looking for an o ring that went off the yoke

  12. Harold Sammy says

    Vann.I by

  13. flwrgrl13 says

    how much will you expect to pay for all this gear? i really really wanna start, i just always thought i gotta pay thousands of dollars for this stuff….

  14. Dev Maharaj says

    What about weight belt?

  15. thats very good

  16. Damian Jones says

    Great job. You have shared all the basic information that is required by scuba diving beginners. 

  17. Zachary Eckel says

    Good video. Very informative for beginners 

  18. iClark says

    SPG?

  19. grimlund says

    I don´t know if thats true. I was out diving about a week ago. It was 9 degrees celsius in the water. I had a 6,5 mm wetsuit and I had underwear made of wool under the suit. This is the second time I try this thing I think it work. I onle got a bit cold in my feet and my hands. I think that the underwear minimize the water flow under the suit. But I think that my suit is a bit big. I have lost weight over the years. The suit is size 48 but I think I can have a 46.

  20. grimlund says

    I love to dive…I am a bloody alcoholic. I have been drinking for about 8 days now…Now I got 1 beer left to drink. One thing striked me…Go out an take a dive when you become clean…Then you have a reason to get sober…The water temperatures in the lakes this time of year up here in Sweden is really cold but I have been thinking: What the heck..Go out man. I can take on some clothes under my wetsuit.

    I have done it before and it workes…And I got all the gear…

  21. Great White7 says

    Get a computer if nothing else and hire ur gear in foreign locations. Also a Gopro hero 3 black edition for all ur photo/videos.

  22. Great White7 says

    check out leisurepro for your gear.

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  24. grimlund says

    Yeah. It´s like a vest with a big air bladder. You fill the bladder via a hose from the regulator..

  25. Charles Broadmon says

    Bcd isn't that buoyancy compensator device?

  26. Ilmari Lähde says

    @lgttb1 Yes, but there is not much diving accidents by "holiday divers".
    It is so many times skilled tek diver who have fatal accident.
    Sure recreational divers have those too but it is not that bad, otherwise it wouldn't be so easy to get certification. And in the end we all have to take care of our own lives, and make decisions maybe to risk it for something you want to do in your life.
    I risk my life everyday for just driving my car and especially motorcycle.
    And for diving, hell yes.

  27. lgttb1 says

    @N8Ryder when i took my diving lessons 36 years ago , we had to pass a dive physical , proof of a dental check up and pass an extensive swimming test in order to take the classes. our dive instructor made sure we were in top shape . we were told to never use the total amount of bottom time allowed on the tables because they were made for navy divers that were young and in top shape. i cannot believe that dive shops will certify everyone that pay to take the class.

  28. N8Ryder says

    @lgttb1 Yup, weights are needed too. Table diving is easy but it doesn't allow for the ups and downs you normally take. A square profile will result from table diving and with max depth on your SPG you may not be getting the full bottom time so a computer is preferable although not necessary.

  29. lgttb1 says

    what about a few pounds of weights ? learn to do the math and you can live without the computer…

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