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We have 434 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.
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This demonstration video goes over the features of the Aeris Recon Frameless Diving Mask. The Recon mask fits most people 110 pounds and up (medium/large faces). It is constructed of an ultra-soft 100% liquid silicone skirt. Liquid silicone is the highest grade silicone available for a soft comfortable seal. The mask is easy to adjust and lightweight with swivel buckles.
This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Ocean Quest Pacific Scuba Diving Mask. The Paficic Mask fits all faces (60-240 lbs). This is only one of a handful of masks that fits almost all faces. The Pacific mask is low volume and is easily adjusted because of it´s integrated, swivel buckles. There is a one-way purge valve, which you simply exhale through your nose and the water drains instantly. It is made of Crystal silicone - The highest grade silicone available for a soft comfortable seal. Comes with a free protective case and a mask strap wrap.
This instructional video demonstrates the differences between a traditional diving mask and a full face diving mask. Full Face Diving Masks cover the diver’s entire face and have some special features. Using a full face mask allows the diver to breathe from both the mouth and nose, has less fatigue because the diver does not have to bite down on a mouth piece during the dive. They are excellent for colder water, do not require defogging and are almost impossible to flood.
Regular diving masks are easier to put on and take off. They are easier to clear water out if flooded. Easier to view out of a regular mask and easier to maintain. Standard diving masks are available in different frames, colors and Sizes.
This instructional video demonstrates how to properly defog your mask. Why should you use a Commercial Defog? It’s much more sanitary than your salvia and lasts longer keeping your mask de-fogged! After use, make it a point to soak your mask in warm water, especially if it was used in salt water. The warmer water will break the salt crystals and keep you mask nice and clean. Every once in a while, re-sanitize your mask and snorkel with the Sea Buff or toothpaste and the toothbrush. It will keep them from retaining a possible mildew odor. You could also soak or rinse them with a mild solution of mouthwash. This solution could be used with your regulator mouthpiece, your manual inflator-hose and the inside of your BCD.
This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Oceanic DataMask HUD (Heads Up Display) Air/Nitrox Computer Mask. The DataMask features hoseless air/nitrox integrated technology with an in-mask digital optic system. There are several dive modes which include Air, Nitrox, Gauge and Free Dive Modes. The DataMask HUD features Audible and Visual Alarms with User Alarm Acknowledgment. There is backlighting may be adjusted underwater for brightness as well as full-time or on demand use. The DataMask HUD includes ACI PC Download and Settings Upload Software and USB cable. Another feature is the highly magnified image of the LCD panel. It calculates tank pressure and breathing rate as well as calculates current depth, ascent time and decompression status all in your mask display.
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.
This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Scuba Mask Bag with Free Defog. The Scuba Mask Bag comes completely padded to protect and cushion your mask and lenses. It is flexible enough to accommodate any size mask. The unique open-ended design allows you to store your mask with, or without your snorkel attached. Included is a free 4oz bottle of mask defog.