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XS Scuba has been manufacturing all the tools, gear, and apparel a recreational diver needs for over ten years. XS Scuba variety of gear runs the gamut, from wetsuits to buoyancy compensators to depth gauges and regulators. See more
Operating out of Santa Ana, CA, XS Scuba specializes in high-quality dive gear that will keep you safe, having fun, or make your job a whole lot easier. XS Scuba may be a newer name in the diving industry; however, the ownership behind the name is anything but new. XS Scuba was formed in 2002 by three individuals that spent many years working together developing, promoting and selling diving equipment for one of the major dive manufacturers.
XS Scuba is now able to introduce a line of regulators, gauges and buoyancy compensators that are already recognized for their performance and reliability. Major industry publications have awarded many of these products their highest ratings. The innovation and quality that goes into each of these products reflects the standards set by XS Scuba for everything they sell. XS Scuba apparel keeps you warm in any environment. XS Scuba's pyrostretch wet suits are available from 2 millimeters up to 7 millimeters thick. With matching dive gloves, hoods, and boots, XS Scuba can keep you protected from sunburn, hypothermia, and even jelly fish stings.
XS Scuba buoyancy compensators (or BCs) and weight belts will help you manage the buoyancy factor of all your equipment, and XS Scuba pressure and depth gauges offer you peace of mind on any dive. Dive Masks are your window to the underwater world, and snorkels will lengthen your air supply and your dive time.
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XS Scuba Goby Dry Kids Snorkel
XS Scuba MIFLEX Braided Regulator Hose
XS Scuba Deluxe Yoke / Din Tank Pressure Checker
XS Scuba Scuba Gear Reviews
|XS Scuba 130 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews
Reviewer:Alexander G.on10/29/2013Never run out of air again - i am a newer diver, so i kept running out of air before my dive buddies did. it was getting better, but it wasnt getting better fast enough for me. (i used to have lp95s). so i bought two of these hp130s. first of all, scuba.com did an amazing job getting to me super-quick, with just the basic free shipping! though you need to aware that they will ship with the valve packaged separately, so youll need to know how to install it. they came with a visual inspection sticker as promised (look at the tail of the shark in scuba.com sticker on your tank - thats your visual). my lds grumbled a little about wanting to compete with online, but admitted they probably wouldve have been able to beat... View Full Review
|XS Scuba Kevlar Bug Grabber 2mm Diving Gloves Reviews
Reviewer:Larry C. S.on11/10/2008Comparison of Deep See 2mm Barnacle gloves & XS Scuba Kevlar Bug Grabber 2mm Gloves - I am a volunteer diver at a local zoo as well as a recreational diver. I help to clean/scrub a 100,000 gal. reef tank. I have to hold onto an artificial reef with one hand while I scrub/clean with the other. Last year after wearing out a pair of reef gloves in a short period of time, I decided to do a head to head comparison of two different gloves. I alternated using of Deep See 2mm Barnacle gloves and XS Scuba Kevlar Bug Grabber 2mm gloves. In my opinion, I thought that the Barnacle gloves would outlast the Bug Grabber gloves. I liked the tactile sensation of Barnacle gloves a little better than the Bug Grabber gloves. However, the Barnacle gloves did not hold up as well. ... View Full Review
|XS Scuba Roller Backpack Bag Reviews
Reviewer:Ashley M.on7/26/2007Great Bag! - I ordered this for my wifes B-day present, and didnt know I would be helping myself out as well. This bag is large enough for both our gear (warm-water) the fin pockets on the side do hold a pair of fins per pocket. the large front pocket has a padded case that fits inside of it for your regs (one set only), and inside this case is a place designed for your console, which is padded as well. if you need to use this pocket, thats fine because the case comes with its own shoulder strap, and is made of the same denier nylon as the bag. The mesh watter bottle pocket folds inside the bag, with the bottle still in the pocket! I also added the piggy back duffle, and am so glad I did, now we have... View Full Review
|XS Scuba Save A Dive Kit Reviews
Reviewer:Forest Rothchildon9/16/2007Save a dive (and a head ache) - This little box has already be a dive saver for a couple of my buddies. I am Mr. gadget and in my scuba tool box has just about every thing one would need to save a dive. This has mask strap, fin strap, buckles, etc... You cant go wrong, because sooner than later you will need something in this little box. Definitely worth the purchase.
|XS Scuba Airwave Plus Inline Octo Reviews
Reviewer:Dan G.on8/17/2007good buy - great item to add your list. it reduces a lot of clutter because your octo stays right with your inflater hose instead of dragging on the bottom and it is one less hose to worry about. you figure with the amount of equipment you have to dive with anything you can eliminate is a plus.
|XS Scuba Goby Dry Kids Snorkel Reviews
Reviewer:Lynne M.on8/20/20088 year old LOVED this SNORKEL - These dry snorkels really are great for kids and adults as well. My daughter tried using a regular snorkel when she was 6 and again at 7 and just had a hard time remembering to save some air to blow the water out of it after surfacing. This dry snorkel really allows children to go under the water and coming up effortlessly to get another breath. We bought one for our daughter last year, but wanted another one to match her mask with purge that we bought this year. All of Scuba.coms products are great and their customer service is exceptional!
|XS Scuba 2mm Titanium Diving Beanie Reviews
Reviewer:sherry m.on8/8/2007Warmth while Scuba Diving - The XS Scuba 2mm Titanium Beanie was a good choice. The reasons for this buy were to obtain warmth and comfort while diving. The size was perfect and the use was correct. While diving, whether in a thermaclyne or in freshwater springs, it does get cold. Being that you loose most of your body heat through your head, besides your torso, this helped keep your warmth and did not effect the dive in a negative way. I would recommend the Scuba Beanie as an added item to your dive gear, even with a hood attachement to a vest. The beanie is a good choice for gear.
|XS Scuba Titanium Knife Reviews
Reviewer:Jim Bovillon9/2/2012The Best Knife Ever - I love this knife , It came alreday Very Very Sharp right out of the box , as a matter of fact it was so sharp I even shaved with it ... Now Thatís Impressive To Me ... I have owned many differant knifes before and I have lost some of them while diving but this Double Locking System is simply the Best Yet , I was so impressed with it I went diving in the Gulf Of Mexico just to test it out .. This Ocean Master Beta Titanium Dive Knife Sharp Point Tip in Yellow is without a doubt worth the extra money ... I love this knife so much that I even went back to scuba.com and bought my daughter one and now Im going to order another on for my self as a back up knife ... I beleive that you get... View Full Review
|XS Scuba Knife Wrap Reviews
Reviewer:Steve McBrideon6/29/2008XS Scuba Knife Wrap - The wrap keeps your knife right where you intend for it to stay, which is a first for any straps I have ever used. Not a good fit for smaller knives and you need to use with a solid/plastic sheath, otherwise the knife will not stay flush to your leg causing drag and entanglements with line, kelp, whatever. One flaw design is the top strap that is intended to hold the knife to the top of the wrap opens or loosens unintentionally, which could result in a lost knife. So I added a velcro strap for extra security. But I am still overall satisfied and have recommended it to friends.
|XS Scuba Deluxe Yoke / Din Tank Pressure Checker Reviews
Reviewer:Scott Michaelon4/6/2009Great little tool - At least with my gauge, it agrees with both of my dive computers as to tank pressure. The other advantage is that its a DIN pressure checker with a DIN to Yoke adapter thrown in. Handy if you ever need to convert a DIN reg to a yoke. Ive taken several tanks back to ask for a full 3000 psi. On the dive boat, you can make sure youre not the one with the 2400 psi tank prior to hooking everything up. I bought an padded AERIS instrument sleeve to keep it in My only complaint is that you have to be careful to shut the valve of prior to turning the tank valve on. I used the paint pen that I mark my SCUBA equipment with to mark highly visible "O" and "C" so I remember which way to twist... View Full Review
|XS Scuba Safety Sausage (SMB) Reviews
Reviewer:Mary Salajaon5/12/2008safety sausage - As a 6 safety sausage it is easy to inflate and very visible in high seas. However, the wind can blow it over, making it hard to stay upright. I attached one of my spare weights to it to hold it down in the water. This allowed the inflated tube to stay upright without me holding it. I also wanted to get at it quickly, so I rolled it up and put a velcro strap around it. The velcro is permanently attached to my BC pocket. The sausage is now easy to unroll in the water and the weight fits in the bag that comes with it. All was attached to my BC with the sturdy harden plastic clip. I am satisfied with the product. I may attach a dive emblem on it, some time in the future. The tube takes the... View Full Review
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