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For fifty years ScubaPro has been the leading name in high-quality scuba equipment, making regulators, wetsuits, dive computers and much more for all styles of diver. Always innovating, ScubaPro is responsible for such advances as the dive computer radio transmitter (to measure tank pressure wirelessly,) the heart rate monitor to estimate workload, and the Stabilizing Jacket (the first modern buoyancy compensator). See more
ScubaPro was founded in the United States in 1963 by Gustav Dalle Valle and Dick Bonin. Both have gone on to become legendary pioneers in diving, known for their vision for new technology and their commitment to creating quality gear. ScubaPro created some of the most reliable regulators, including the Mark 2 in 1963, which is so simple and reliable that its design is still used today. In 1966 Scubapro debuted the first analog "decompression" meter, which would ultimately lead to the creation of the dive computer.
The Scubapro motto states: "SCUBAPRO is pride. Pride because we make diving equipment that is acclaimed and respected by serious divers. SCUBAPRO is conscience. Conscience because the equipment we make is sold through professional, serious retailers who sell our equipment with a sense of responsibility and a guarantee of experience.
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ScubaPro regulators are simple, elegant, and incredibly rugged, designed for years of service. ScubaPro masks and snorkels are available in dozens of styles and colors, from single lens to double, frameless, purge and dry. Scubapro fins have always been innovative, including the first Scubapro "split fin," which was modeled after the flippers of sealife. ScubaPro has wetsuits for any temperature, all made of high quality Everflex and Neoprene. ScubaPro drysuits create the ultimate barrier between diver and water, providing toasty insulation in even the most frigid waters. See less
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|ScubaPro Crystal Vu Plus Ultra Clear Mask with Purge Reviews
Reviewer:Paskal S.on9/26/2013Great mask if it fits you well - i bought this mask for a friend, but it did not fit him well. he liked the purge valve, but a few s kept seeping in whatever he tried. before the second dive we switched masks to try out the fit and save my friend the hassle of the small leakage. for me it fit perfectly, no leakage at all. also i loved the purge valve. it is a low volume mask, so it will be tight on some bigger noses, my nose is not small, but the bridge of my nose is straight. this is where the mask comes close to the nose, at the center of the bridge of your nose. so i recommend this mask if you want low volume mask, have a straight nasal bridge. some people comment on the purge valve hurting their nose while... View Full Review
|ScubaPro Everdry 4 Drysuit Reviews
Reviewer:Isaac Gesseron5/15/2012Excellent Suit, Excellent Seller - SCUBA.com has always been a reliable source for competitively priced SCUBA gear. I get most of my gear from them and found they always had excellent deals. The equipment they sell is of the highest quality. On the rare occasion when I needed their no questions asked return policy SCUBA.com took the products back without question for full refund. The Everdry 4 is a very comfortable and durable suit that will keep you dry for years to come. Unlike the more expensive trilaminate suits, this suit will not cut into you when it pinches. At depth this suit distributes the pressure uniformly so that the diver feels nothing but comfort throughout the dive. It is also not cumbersome or baggy -... View Full Review
|ScubaPro Uwatec Galileo Luna Air / Nitrox Hoseless Computer with Digital Compass Reviews
Reviewer:Byron Laneon2/3/2014Easy to Read and Works Great - This was actually my second unit. The first purchased in March 2013 and this one was purchased as a backup for trips and my daughter who recently go certified. My eyes are not as good as they once were and I liked the large screen. I can use the computer in "classic" mode and read everything just fine. There is a learning curve and I used on online program to assist with the learning. A work of caution when using the wireless transmitter, on the surface to read the pressure the computer must be on prior to opening the tank valve. If it does not read, turn off the air, purge the line, and try again. I have about 30 dives on the computer and have no complaints.
|ScubaPro Seawing Nova Adjustable Spring Strap Fins Reviews
Reviewer:Alice L.on3/9/2012Change is hard - I had talked to someone on a trip in November who loved the fins and described their many positive features so I decided to purchase a pair. My first hope was they would be easier to pack than my current huge pair of split fins, slightly easier but just as long (x large size). I spent a week on a live aboard using them for the first time and had I not been stuck with them I probably would have dumped them the second dive. I was used to heavy split fins with negative bouyancy and the Sea Wings are positively bouyant. After 400 dives with the other product this was a learning curve. By the end of the week I loved that feature as it allowed me to hover for pictures without worrying about what... View Full Review
|ScubaPro 8.9 lbs Porter Roller Backpack Bag Reviews
Reviewer:Steven Rahnon3/23/2014ScubaPro Porter - Ok used this bag to go on a cruise and it was perfect! Tons and Tons of room and it will compact down into a large briefcase size for storage. Only thing is I wish there was straps on the inside to hold everything in place. This is a bag if you need to pack a lot of gear. With scuba gear everything will hold in place much better. The light weight is great and the construction is tough. The lighter weight comes from not having an telescoping handle. It does have a nice handle to pull it with nice sturdy wheels. Will be using it with dive gear in May when I head to Roatan.
|ScubaPro Mako Titanium Knife Reviews
Reviewer:Harold E.on8/26/2013Great little knife - I intended to use this as my primary dive knife. This knife is EXTREMLY sharp and works very well. I tested it by holding standard fiber line in one hand letting it dangle loosley and sliced downward at 45 degrees with the knife..... Cut the line in one stroke! It is however a bit small. When using 5mm gloves my hands completely engulf the handle making the grip feel a bit weak. I decided to make this my spearfishing knife instead. Great for braining fish and even prying oysters from their mounts. Overall this is a wonderful knife... Just wish it was a little larger (just two centimeters from perfection)
|ScubaPro X-Cut Titanium TEK Knife Reviews
Reviewer:Gerald O.on7/2/2013X-Cut Titanium TEK Knife - review - A good piece of diving kit in that it is small and simple and, being one piece, is easy to clean and maintain. The downside is that there is no obvious place to attach it to the BCD (although there are a variety of options for doing so - none seem perfect). While i know this is lame, I never wanted to carry a big knife on my leg or arm because it just seemed too "Mike Nelson," from Seahunt. This is the kind of knife you want to have on hand, unobtrusive but with a lot of utility, if you ever get tangle in fishing line or anything like that, and do not want to look like you are expecting to fight a shark or be an an extra in the 007 folm, Thunderball.
|ScubaPro Uwatec Galileo Sol Air / Nitrox Hoseless Computer with Digital Compass Reviews
Reviewer:Donald B.on8/30/2013Great Computer - Love the large easy to read screen with the various data available at the touch of a button. the integrated compass is easy to use and read. It is certainly the most complex computer I have owned over the years, but with some practice there is a lot of data for your use. I have used the smaller wrist mounted computers and have at time had trouble reading the screens while holding onto a ascent line in rough seas. In even rough conditions the large screen is easy to read, and the multiple screens are easy to access. Does everything I want in a computer.
|ScubaPro R095 Octo Reviews
Reviewer:Al V.on1/31/2014A Good Basic Octo - ScubaPro does not make my favourite regs but theres no question that their products are good quality. The R095 is their bottom-of-the-line octo. Its entirely plastic, there are no adjustments and you have to work a bit to get it to breath. I needed an octo and bought this one because of the very good price - and Im entirely comfortable with the idea of diving with it as my safe second. Its as basic as it gets but its a solid unit.
|ScubaPro MK25 / S600 Regulator System - 2014 Version Reviews
Reviewer:chris w.on7/10/2013Amazing - I do a lot of drills, example of one is sharing air, after we debrief I always get the comment that they always want to share my air cause its so smooth and easy to breath from. I tried other regs and hands down this isnt touchable compared to the regs Ive tried, I decided to dive side mount and thought of buying a side mount reg set, but I couldnt bring myself to losing the performance of the mk25 s600, therefore I bought another one. Overall I love these regs and wouldnt change them for anything.
|ScubaPro 7mm Everflex Super-Stretch Diving Hood Reviews
Reviewer:Cole Farrison10/24/2013Good quality but hard to get on - As far as warmth and keeping water out, I give these 5 stars. I never felt one bit of cold (50 degree water), and my hands were almost completetly dry at the end of the dive. As far as getting them on....very difficult. I purchased these for the extra grip, but these dont stretch much, and donning them took as long as putting my entire wetsuit on (my thumb was actually cramping at one point cause it took so long). Again, good quality and worked perfectly, but Im going to buy the stretch version.
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