How to Properly Weight Yourself Before Your Scuba Dive

This instructional video demonstrates the proper techniques for determining how much weight to wear for your dive depending on where you plan to scuba dive.

There are three main categories of water temperature. They are warm water (75+ degrees Fahrenheit), temperate water (60-75 degrees), and cold water (45-60 degrees). Scuba diving in these different conditions require a varying amount of weight; this video will talk about each category and how you should weight yourself before your dive.

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