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Scuba.com provides free instructional scuba videos which anyone can view directly from their browser. Take advantage of the latest in video technology on the web to learn more about scuba diving equipment and dive gear maintenance.

We have 429 instructional videos covering a broad range of scuba diving topics. Use the video category links on the right of this page to navigate to the specific video you want to view. All videos are hosted by our professionally trained Scuba Diving Instructors with years of experience.

Do you want to make sure your underwater camera stays in top shape? Want to learn how to properly clean and store your BC? Have you ever wondered what’s so special about the Spring Heel Straps? Do you ever wonder what the advantages are to using Scooters (DPVs)? What about the differences between L.E.D. and H.I.D. lights? We have answers to all these questions, and many more in a format that is quick and easy to understand.

Take advantage of these informative scuba videos below, or click on one of the video category links to the right.

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SharkSkin ChillProof Trilaminate Micro Fleece Undergarment Front Zip

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SharkSkin ChillProof Trilaminate Micro Fleece Undergarment Front Zip

ScubaPro Everdry 4 Drysuit

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ScubaPro Everdry 4 Drysuit

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the ScubaPro Everdry 4 Drysuit. The drysuit is made out of high-density neoprene that maintains optimal thermal insulation. It features an easy self-donning front zipper with protective cover. The ScubaPro Everdry 4 Drysuit has heavy duty wear-resistant knee pads and a latex neck and wrist seals. It has Si-Tech balanced side-activated inlet and adjustable outlet valves. The ScubaPro Everdry 4 Drysuit has a hood and carry bag included.

SubGear XP10 Air / Nitrox Dive Computer Video Review

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SubGear XP10 Air / Nitrox Dive Computer Video Review

This demonstration video discusses the features of the SubGear XP10 Air/Nitrox Dive Computer. The SubGear XP10 has an adaptive algorithm which is used to increase safety and maximize bottom time. It is Air or Nitrox Programmable (up to 50%) and has full watch functions - including wake up alarm, visual and audible alarms. The XP10 is water or button activated with a user activated safety stop timer. Toggle through essential info during dive (max depth, temp, time of day). Backlighting Display for Night Diving. It is user changeable Imperial/Metric with a user replaceable battery. The XP10 comes standard with a 25 hour on-board dive log book that is PC downloadable.

SubGear XP-H Air / Nitrox Integrated Dive Computer Video Review

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SubGear XP-H Air / Nitrox Integrated Dive Computer Video Review

This video discusses the features of the SubGear XP-H Air / Nitrox Integrated Dive Computer. This computer is Nitrox Programmable (21-100%). It has a Digital pressure gauge, User changeable alarms for Low air and "turn-around", Gauge mode , PDIS-Profile Dependent Intermediate Stops and an Adjustable ppO2. The display is Back light. It has a User replaceable battery and Visual and audible alarms. Data can be transmitted via infrared interface with Dive.Log software to a PC (not included)

Ideations Dive Alert Plus Video Review

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Ideations Dive Alert Plus Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Ideations Dive Alert Plus. The Dive Alert Plus is a Surface and Underwater Signaling Device. On the surface a blast of sound that can be heard up to a mile away. Great for getting your buddy´s attention underwater. Attaches between the power inflator and the low pressure hose. Installation is easy and takes only a moment. Specially designed, small, lightweight air horn. Uses a small amount of air from your SCUBA tank to make a piercingly loud sound.

Stahlsac Curacao Clipper Roller Duffel Dive Bag Video Review

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Stahlsac Curacao Clipper Roller Duffel Dive Bag Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Stahlsac Curacao Clipper Roller Duffel Dive Bag. This bag is more than large enough to carry a complete set of cold water dive gear or 2 to 3 sets of tropical dive gear. It has a Telescoping handle, Heavy Duty Zippers, Super-glide wheels roll smooth and quiet and is made of 500 Denier Cordura.

Princeton Tec Eco Flare Video Review

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Princeton Tec Eco Flare Video Review

Princeton Tec Eco Flare is a vital part of any night diver´s gear list. It can be used as a tank marker on continuous burn or as a single ultra bright red marker for boats, ascent lines and emergencies. The Princeton Tec Eco Flare will supply you with up to 500 hours of marking.

How to Properly Pack a Gear Bag Instructional Video

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How to Properly Pack a Gear Bag Instructional Video

This instructional video demonstrates how to properly pack your gear bag before a dive. If your bag has the large fin pockets on the sides, slide one 1 pair with the 1st fin blade down then the 2nd fin blade up. Do the same on the other side if packing for 2 divers. Any heavy objects should be placed at the bottom of your bag. If carrying dive lights, take the batteries out and pack them in a different part of the bag. Use your mask box that came with your purchase & take the snorkel off. Fold your wetsuit so it lays flat on the back of the bag. This will provide additional cushioning for the rest of your equipment. Next, lay your BCD on top of your wetsuit. Then you can start to fill in the spaces with your mask box, snorkel, booties, gloves, t-shirts, short, flip-flops, bathing suit, rash guards, dive skins & ball caps for the sun. Most of the larger Roller Bags have a removable Padded Regulator Bag which can be stored in the front pouch.

Scuba Mask Fin & Snorkeling Backpack Bag Video Review

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Scuba Mask Fin & Snorkeling Backpack Bag Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Scuba Scuba Mask, Fin & Snorkeling Backpack Bag. The Mask, Fin & Snorkel Backpack Bag is designed to carry fins, mask and snorkel. It´s made of heavy duty 1200 Denier nylon and heavy-duty, PVC-coated nylon mesh front and side panels. There are front accessory pockets and shoulder strap D-rings for accessory attachments. The padded adjustable shoulder straps allow for the backpack to be worn on your shoulders.

Why You Should Buy Your Own Scuba Diving Gear

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Why You Should Buy Your Own Scuba Diving Gear

This Instructional video explains why you should buy your own diving gear. Owning your own scuba diving gear will not only save you money from renting dive gear, but it is also more hygienic, you´ll have more confidence while diving, and you´ll dive more often. This video goes over a few more details about why you should make the investment today.

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How to Properly Clean Your Scuba Diving Gear

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How to Properly Clean Your Scuba Diving Gear

This instructional video demonstrates how to clean your scuba gear after a dive. Scuba diving equipment is subjected to harsh conditions, and taking care of your scuba gear and cleaning it will increase the lifetime of it significantly.

Rinsing and soaking your scuba regulator, BCD, and all of your neoprene and accessories is covered in the video.

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