Scuba diving equipment in Malaysia.
Scuba diving equipment adapts you to the underwater world and makes
you part of it. You do the diving, but your scuba gear makes it
possible. That is, a mask doesn’t see for you, but allows you to see
underwater. A dive regulator doesn’t breathe for you, but allows you
to breathe underwater. A wetsuit doesn’t make heat, but allows a
body to more effectively retain its own heat.
The Gear You Need Depends on Where You Scuba Dive
You can dive almost anywhere there’s water. The gear you use will
vary somewhat depending upon your diving environment, as well as
your preferences. There are four general categories for dive
equipment, but some gear fits in all the categories – for example
the mask you use for tropical diving is probably for temperate or
cold water diving, too.
We have extensive stocks range from masks,
fins and also the dive specific products, such as dive computers,
underwater cameras, BCDs, regulators, dive watches, underwater
lights, wet suits, dry suits, complete dive equipment packages from
leading dive equipment manufacturers such as Scubapro, Mares, Suunto,
Apeks, Aqua Lung, Oceanic, Tusa, Cressi Sub, Uwatec, Atomic and BARE
Scuba Gear Quick Tips
Mask – Allows your eyes to see clearly underwater.
Exposure suit – Protects from cuts and scrapes and retains heat so
you stay comfortable.
Snorkel – Lets you breathe at the surface with your face in the
water without wasting air from your scuba unit.
Scuba unit – The heart of your equipment, scuba (the acronym for
self contained underwater breathing apparatus) allows you to breathe
underwater and to rise, descend, hover or float at will. It consists
of a regulator, tank, buoyancy control device –harness and
Dive watch – Used to measure the dive time.
Dive computer – Monitors your depth and time underwater to keep you
within established limits.
Weight system – Offsets your tendency to float so you can descend
gently underwater when you want to.
Fins – Allow you to swim using only your powerful leg muscles.
Dive light – Used to look into cracks and crevices, and for diving
Dive knife – A handy tool as well as an important safety device.
Dive flag/float – Keeps boaters away from where you’re diving.
Digital underwater photo system – Used to take pictures of your
adventures to share with your family and friends.
Accessories - like underwater slates, lanyards and other items make
diving more fun.
Signaling Devices - Whistle, signal tube get attention of other
divers or the dive boat from a distance.
Scuba gear bag – Used to carry your dive equipment to the dive site.
Chong is always available to offer advice on scuba gear selection.