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Diving Accessories

Divers in the search of comfort and safety will always look for diving accessories.

Diving Boots Diving Tables Snorkel Vest
Diving Buoy Diving Tanks Hose Retainers
Diving Compass Knives Spare Tank
Diving Gloves Lights Surface marker buoys
Diving Hood Mouthpieces Tank's valves
Diving KEY-BAK Noise Signal Weight-Belt
Diving Scooter Reels Whistle
Diving Slate Snorkels Repair Kit

Hose Retainer

Hose Retainers: Keeps gauges and regulators close to your body. An essential accessory for protecting fragile marine environments from damage by dangling equipment.

Easy to use, hoses snap in and out of the holder.

Diving Tables

Diving Tables: Very important to use when planning your dives and decompression stops; don't be afraid to put it in your BCD's pocket.

Diving Tank or Cylinder

Diving Tanks: Are made out of either Steal or Aluminum. Aluminum tanks are lighter but hold less pressure. It is better to rent the tanks than own one.

DIN ValveYOKE valve

Tank's valves: If you own your tank, these are the valve choices: DIN valve; that is typically used with high-pressure steel tanks; or Yoke valve with an o-ring; which is by far the most common style in use.


Snorkels: Together with the Mask, it helps you at the surface by saving air, energy, and you get to enjoy yourself while you wait for other divers to surface.

Snorkel Vest

Snorkel Vest: to keep safety always first.

Diving Compass

Diving Compass: Navigational instrument for finding directions and helping you find orientation. Use on the wrist or regulator's  console.


Knives: Can come in handy should you ever get entangled in a fish line; usually attached on the diver's leg or BCD.


Weight-Belt: will help you go down when equipment makes you too buoyant.


Diving Boots: They have to be comfortable combine with the fins and if you have a wet- dry suit they must fit over properly.


Diving Gloves: For protection against cold water and the environment; must fit over wet suit sleeves.


Diving Hood: To prevent heat loss from the head and neck area.


Whistle: Very important to call the attention of diving boats on the area. But do be careful and gentle on your ears - these whistles can be really loud.

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Small tank

Spare Tank: use as a back up to provide air to any out of air or low on air divers, including yourself.


Reels: used in search and recovery dives and are critical for cavern and wreck dives, where divers need a reference to exit or go back to the surface.

LightSmall Light

Lights: Mandatory for cave and night dives. The small ones can be used during daylight looking in small holes and as a back-up.


Mouthpieces: Always good to have a spare one for the regulator.

Inflatable diving buoy

Diving Buoy: Indicates that there is a diver below. No boats are allowed and there is a second, larger zone in which boat's speed is limited. Recommended when not diving from a boat.

Dive Decom Signal.

Surface marker buoys (SMB): Good for signaling boat drivers of your location while performing the safety stop or ascending. SMB makes boat drivers see you from far at the surface. The Yellow SMB it is used more commonly in tech-diving and means emergency underwater/ need assistance (for those divers that have to spend hours on decompression stops).

Key Bak

Diving KEY-BAK: Also call a retractor. Ideal for fastening any kind of equipment you can't afford to lose. Mount your instrument console, a light or other accessory to your BCD.

Cord or cable has be Stainless Steel.

shake-noise signal

Noise Signal: By shaking it, the noise will call the attention of your partner.


Diving Slate: When hand signals are limited, slates enable divers to communicate better.

diving scooter

Diving Scooter: Or Diver propulsion vehicle can be helpful for log distances dives and for divers who have some impairment. Owners must read the manual carefully and always stay at the same depth, because changing depth with a diving scooter can be dangerous.

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kit de reparacion Para El Buceo Repair Kit: Equipment maintenance is very important, but if you are away from home it is a good idea to put together a spare parts kit with the most commonly broken, lost or worn out items. For more info

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