Divers Supply – The Ultimate Destination for Every Diving Need
Divers Supply is a pioneer in providing the best quality equipment for all your diving needs. We are a dedicated family of diving enthusiasts with over 40 years of experience in providing the largest selection of diving supplies at the best price and best service. Our customers are our biggest strength, and their passion for diving motivates us to expand our reach and offer not just diving equipment but SCUBA training programs, dive travel, and the greatest diving equipment deals.
We understand that diving is not just a sport; it’s an experience of a lifetime. To make this experience memorable, we work only with the most innovative and trusted manufacturers. Every piece of our diving equipment comes with a full manufacturer’s warranty because we value your time and trust.
Here is a look at our vast collection of diver’s supplies -
Dive In Our Broad Collection of Equipment
- SCUBA gear enables the diver to breathe, see, and move comfortably underwater, thus allowing a safe and enjoyable diving experience.
Snorkeling gear helps the diver breathe while swimming along the surface of the water, and see clearly underwater. The fins provide the necessary propulsion required to move along the surface.
- : SCUBA diving apparel refers to a poncho, rash guard, shorts, towels, floating glasses, hats, and everything you need to have a comfortable diving experience. We have a vast collection of SCUBA diving apparel, so you get everything in one place.
- : Logbooks are a way to keep a history of your dives and show it as proof or organize your future dives according to the log.
We have manuals for Open water SCUBA diver students, advanced adventure students, rescue diving, emergency response, etc. The manual represents the current standards and practices of everything related to SCUBA diving. We have manuals for Open water SCUBA diver students, advanced adventure students, rescue diving, emergency response, etc. The manual represents the current standards and practices of everything related to SCUBA diving.
- : Wetsuits are essential for divers as it provides a protective layer of warmth to the diver when submerged underwater. The wetsuit traps a thin layer of water between the skin and the suit, warmed up by the body’s heat, creating the protective layer.
- : Gloves prevent hands from getting numb during cold-water dives. Even in relatively warm water, prolonged exposure of hands may cause osmosis, due to which we see wrinkles in our fingers. Gloves are excellent equipment to prevent it.
In addition, gloves prevent accidents such as cutting, biting, or scraping by dangerous things or poisonous animals.
- : Diving knives are valuable safety equipment that every diver should carry in case of getting entangled in lines, which is common in busy waters. Other uses may include freeing gear and self from kelp, rescuing animals from fishing nets, etc.
- : SCUBA mask is made of strong, sturdy, and durable material as it requires to withstand a tremendous amount of pressure and provide safety to the diver.
- : SCUBA regulators are equipment in the SCUBA gear that connects to the gas cylinder and enables the diver to breathe. They are one of the essential parts of the gear.
- : Underwater communication systems are used by SCUBA divers to inform fellow divers about their safety and sometimes to notify the presence of fascinating marine lives. They should be handy enough not to interfere with the diver’s movement.
- : Each part of the SCUBA gear has a different buoyancy, so to prevent the diver from floating up to the surface of the water, diving gears have belts with weight on them. This weight counteracts the buoyancy of the wetsuit, the diving cylinder, and the buoyancy of the diver.
- : Buoyancy Control Devices (BCD) does precisely what the name suggests; it helps divers control its body in the water. It enables the diver to rise or sink when in the water by inflating or deflating the device with air.
- : Dive boots serve the same purpose for the foot as SCUBA gloves do for the hands. They are used for warmth, comfort, and protection of the feet while in water.
- : SCUBA fins are longer and stiffer as they need to create stronger thrusts and kicks than snorkeling.
- : We have an exciting collection of bottles, mugs, backpacks, stickers, and many more to purchase as a souvenir for yourself or to gift to others. These are unique items that will help you cherish the diving memories.
- : You can purchase high pressure or low-pressure hose depending on your need. Also, hose adaptors differ depending upon the solution you need while diving. Diving gear, ease of hose routing, and custom configuration are requirements you need to keep in mind while purchasing adaptors.
- : If the primary air source or regulator stops working or runs out of gas while diving, then the diver can rely on the secondary air source backup regulator, which is the SCUBA octopus. SCUBA divers must carry a SCUBA octopus regulator as a part of their diving gear.
- : Diving is an exhausting sport. Snorkels allow the diver to conserve energy and breathe without swallowing lungfuls of water while waiting for the boat to pick him up after completing a dive.
- : It includes everything from a mask strap, USB cable, signal whistle, compass, and many more to make your diving experience comfortable and memorable. However, some of these are real-life-savers in case of an emergency.
- : A bag is an indispensable item for SCUBA divers. You’ll need a gear bag to store your equipment and carry it along to the diving spot, and a dry bag to ensure that your wallet, documents, electronic devices, and other valuable belongings are safe and dry.
- : It gives the diver crucial real-time information like the depth of the dive and the time taken. It also monitors the air pressure, thus enabling the diver to avoid decompression sickness.
- : Diving is fun only when it’s safe. To ensure that the whole experience is going smoothly, a diver must carry gauges like a submersible pressure gauge to know the amount of air in the tank, and a depth gauge to know how deep a diver is. Another important piece of equipment is the compass which provides accurate navigation while diving.
- : These systems allow the divers to stay underwater for a longer period without needing to change the air cylinder every 40 minutes while diving at approx. 40 feet. It also provides air to more than one diver at a time which is not possible with the standard SCUBA equipment.
- : Dive lights are a must for night diving, but it is also useful during the day when the diver wants to peer into crevices or go wreck diving. It also helps to better view things in great depths where everything seems dull in color.
- Packages: We have the best SCUBA gear packages for beginners to professionals. No matter the skill level, you can choose from the number of SCUBA gear packages we offer, and if you can’t find the one you like, then we let you create your own package.
- : It includes gauge bleed screw, strap kits for SCUBA dive tank cylinder, and other accessories needed to have a smooth diving experience.
- : A dive watch serves the same purpose as the dive computer, but while the latter is a purpose-built device, the dive watch can be worn as an everyday accessory with any outfit.
- : Diver Propulsion Vehicle (DPV) is an underwater scooter that enables the diver to cover more range in a very short amount of time. Using DPVs can be thrilling for divers because of their speed and extended bottom time.
Spearfishing is an enthralling activity, given that you are in the right place with the right equipment. While traditional spearfishing is confined to shallow waters, the emergence of advanced diver’s supplies has allowed fishing in deep waters.
- : Accessories may include a mouthpiece, a snorkel holder, stink guard pump spray, replacement fin strap, etc., that every diver should have to avoid any hiccups during snorkeling.
- : The purpose of a snorkeling mask is to provide clear visibility to the diver under the water. Divers Supply offers snorkeling masks made of high-quality material that gives a perfect seal and has an anti-fogging feature.
- : The snorkel enables the diver to breathe air from above the surface of the water when his face is submerged. Our snorkels are compact in design and are made of 100 percent silicone.
- : These can be full foot fins, short adjustable fins, or even open heel fins. At Divers Supply, you will find the type of fin you are looking for from our impressive collection of snorkeling fins.
- Snorkeling Packages: Our snorkeling packages include everything you will need to go snorkeling. We have the most competitively priced snorkeling packages, which can also be customized as per your need.
- : These are highly recommended to divers who are new to snorkeling or a non-swimmer, as it is built to help balance the body in the water face down. These are inflatable and provide safety during emergencies.
- : It offers a natural breathing environment to the diver where he can inhale and exhale through the nose or mouth. It prevents jaw fatigue and provides better visibility, among other advantages.
It includes surfing, kayaking, wakeboarding, SCUBA diving, snorkeling, parasailing, freediving, etc. The popularity of watersports is growing enormously, and so is the demand for safety products and floatation devices.
- : It is a ranged underwater fishing device that launches a tethered spear or harpoon into the aquatic animal and disables it.
- : A freediving mask, which tends to be smaller, thinner, and has less volume, helps divers go deeper and stay underwater for a more extended period.
We have a few of the best snorkels for freediving with high-quality material and mouthpieces with comfortable angles.
- : The long blade fins are designed for optimum propulsion and performance while snorkeling, as the long blade helps the swimmer propel forward and raises the hips to the surface.
- : Freediving wetsuits come in two pieces and include a hood to stop water from entering the collar and are devoid of any zipper to avoid water trickling in. These suits are flexible and allow more room to move and breathe.
- : A freediving computer allows you to keep track of the time you have spent underwater, your depth, and when you must return to the surface.
- : To make spearfishing a successful and memorable experience, you will need a few accessories in addition to the above equipment. For instance, a fishing reel is used to reel the fish once you reach the surface. Other accessories are Speargun pump, wishbone, prong spearhead, etc.
The world under the water is fascinating and has creatures worth our attention. Underwater photography is the process of capturing these beautiful moments when SCUBA diving, snorkeling or even swimming.
- : Human eye can't see clearly underwater. We need some protection like swim goggles to protect our eyes from water and enable us to see properly while in the water.
- : Swim caps are essential to reduce drag, protect hair from chlorine or sun damage, keep the head warm, and stop water from entering the ears.
- : Swim fins improve ankle flexibility and build strength in our lower back muscles engaged in the up-kick.
- : The tight fit and slippery material of swimsuits reduce friction and drag in the water and allow easy forward movement.
- : When underwater, a snorkel enables the diver to breathe air from above the surface when his mouth and nose are in the water. The swim snorkel may come as a separate part or integrated into a swimming or diving mask.
- : Paddlesports are watersports that use a paddle to propel and steer a vessel through and across the water.
- : Divers require a number of swim accessories to enjoy being underwater while staying safe, such as swimming earplugs, nose bridge, ear shield drops, etc.
Whether it is your first-time SCUBA diving or you are aiming to be a dive professional, we have the right course for you. Our certification courses are safe, comfortable, and enjoyable.
- : An underwater camera can capture images and videos underwater, shoot documentaries, explore the deep sea in-depth, and record fun moments with family and friends.
- : Proper underwater lighting systems are necessary to compensate or accentuate the effects like scatter and diffusion. While taking images underwater, the illuminated elements often appear to have undergone a loss of color, and hence adequate camera lighting compensates for or enhances these effects.
- : Underwater photography is as complicated as shooting photos on land. Whether you are shooting documentaries or attempting something more complex, you will need accessories for a better underwater photography experience.
- : One of the most critical items for underwater photography is a dry box that controls the humidity so that the camera and lenses are kept dry and safe. Inside the dry box, the temperature doesn't change and protects your tools from damage due to moisture.
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- : We offer eLearning Courses for recreational divers, like the Basic Open Water course, the first course that every beginner needs. We also have specialties like Deep, Wreck, and Night to name a few.
- : If you have never done SCUBA diving and want to have a test dive before doing the actual thing, "Try SCUBA' is the course for you! It will give you a glimpse of what to expect underwater and in the Open Water Diver Course.
- : If you have decided to learn SCUBA diving, join the Learn to SCUBA Dive course and gain certification in the safest and most fun way possible.
- : This is for divers looking for an advanced course to improve their skills, increase the time underwater, and reduce surface intervals.
- : It is your first step into the professional level of SCUBA diving. Our experienced staff will guide you with their insights and experiences and help you get into the major leagues of SCUBA diving.
- : The spearfishing class will allow you to learn and enjoy the techniques and tricks of one of the most exciting underwater activities, and we offer this course at an affordable price.
- : Staying safe is as important as enjoying the underwater experience. We provide First Response Training courses, which can be done individually or combined to overcome emergencies on dive trips or in your everyday life.
- : Technical dives involve diving deeper than about 130 feet or dives in an environment with no water overhead. Our technical diving course will help you achieve dives beyond normal sports diving limits.