Sunday, April 16, 2017
A save a dive kit for scuba diving. What is it? Who needs one?
A "Save a Dive Kit" is a collection of parts and pieces that the diver will take with them to make sure that they can get into the water.
Just because something breaks doesn't mean you have to sit out a dive. I'll show you what's in mine and you can build yours to meet your needs or equipment.
While I am an instructor and a equipment service technician, there are some things that everyone should have.
Except for the specialty tools, I recommend buying inexpensive tools as in most salt air conditions, your tools will rust.
Inexpensive tools can be thrown away and replaced with little out of pocket expense.
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