Call our certified SCUBA Instructors

1.800.34.SCUBA

8AM - 6PM PST

  

Video Categories

Give Us Your Feedback

What type of product demonstration videos would you most like to see?
Buoyancy Compensators (BCs)
Underwater Cameras
Fit-Intensive Products (wetsuits, gloves, booties, hoods, clothing)
Scuba Regulators
Dive Computers


Current Results
What other types of scuba videos would you like to see?
Gear use tips
Best practices for diving conditions (beach diving, boat diving, etc)
Differences between diving in warm water (75-85 °F), temperate water (60-75 °F), and cold water (45-60 °F)


Current Results

Scuba Dive Computer Scuba Gear Videos

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.

View All Videos

Scuba scuba dive computer videos

Atomic Cobalt Air/Nitrox Integrated Dive Computer Video Review

View Now

Atomic Cobalt Air/Nitrox Integrated Dive Computer Video Review

This demonstration video goes over the features of the Atomic Cobalt Air/Nitrox Integrated Dive Computer. This dive computer is a Full Function Air Integrated Air/Nitrox Dive Computer. It has a state of the art high contrast full-color OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) brightly colored screen displayed on a black background. It is equipped with a 4 button navigation with easy to use large buttons and simple to use Quick Disconnect High Pressure hose. Navigating the menu is simple. The four magnetic buttons direct you to the various menus for setting dive parameters and personal settings. The navigation screen is divided into three sections which include everything a diver needs at a glance.

Oceanic Veo 1.0 Air/Nitrox 3-Gauge Computer Navcon Console Video Review

View Now

Oceanic Veo 1.0 Air/Nitrox 3-Gauge Computer Navcon Console Video Review

This demonstration video goes over the features of the Oceanic Veo 1.0 Air/Nitrox 3-Gauge Computer Navcon Console. The Veo 1.0 is a compact 3 gauge computer console including built in compass. It features a new Supertilt (Maxtilt) compass which can be held at up to a 30 degree angle and still respond quickly and accurately. The Veo 1.0 is also a Full Function Air/Nitrox Dive Computer. Another big feature is the user changeable Dual Algorithm - Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis) or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis) - Gives the diver the ability to select a conservative or liberal algorithm to fit their diving needs.

Oceanic Veo 3.0 Air/Nitrox 3-Gauge Computer Navcon Console Video Review

View Now

Oceanic Veo 3.0 Air/Nitrox 3-Gauge Computer Navcon Console Video Review

This demonstration video goes over the features of the Oceanic Veo 3.0 Air/Nitrox 3-Gauge Computer Navcon Console. The Veo 3.0 is a compact 3 gauge computer console including built in compass. It features a new Supertilt (Maxtilt) compass which can be held at up to a 30 degree angle and still respond quickly and accurately. The Veo 3.0 is also a Full Function Air/Nitrox Dive Computer. Another big feature is the user changeable Dual Algorithm - Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis) or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis) - Gives the diver the ability to select a conservative or liberal algorithm to fit their diving needs.

Oceanic Geo 2.0 Air/Nitrox Computer Watch Video Review

View Now

Oceanic Geo 2.0 Air/Nitrox Computer Watch Video Review

This demonstration video goes over the features of the Oceanic Geo 2.0 Air/Nitrox Computer Watch. The Geo 2.0 Computer is a watch and a full Function Dive Computer. It features a User changeable Dual Algorithm - Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis) or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis) - Gives the diver the ability to select a conservative or liberal algorithm to fit their diving needs. It also has a large, easy to read display. The Geo 2.0 has a 24 Dive logbook and the display is backlit for night diving.

Oceanic OC1 Air/Nitrox Titanium Computer Watch Video Review

View Now

Oceanic OC1 Air/Nitrox Titanium Computer Watch Video Review

This demonstration video goes over the features of the Oceanic OC1 Air/Nitrox Titanium Computer Watch. The OC1 Computer is a fully functional dive computer and a watch. It features a user changeable Dual Algorithm - Pelagic DSAT (Spencer/Powell data basis) or Pelagic Z+ (Buhlmann ZHL-16C data basis) - Gives the diver the ability to select a conservative or liberal algorithm to fit their diving needs. You are able to switch between up to 3 independent transmitters, tracking up to 3 Nitrox mixes or your buddy´s tank pressure with optional transmitter. The OC1 is encased in a Titanium housing and has Air, Nitrox, Gauge and Free Dive Modes.

Differences Between Wrist Mount and Console Dive Computers Instructional Video

View Now

Differences Between Wrist Mount and Console Dive Computers Instructional Video

This instructional video explains the difference between console dive computer and wrist mount dive computer scuba computers. The console dive computer either comes with an air integrated system or a pressure gauge. The wrist computer will provide the same information as the console without the pressure unless, of course, you have a transmitter. If you have a transmitter, it will provide you with a digital pressure reading on your wrist computer, so a pressure gauge would not be needed while diving. Both dive computer types have their advantages, so it is up to you to decide what your preference is while scuba diving.