Equipment
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At Atlantic Spear & Scuba we offer some of the best lines of Scuba
& Freediving equipment in the sport. So whether you are a Jersey Wreck
Diver or a Freedive Spearfisher we will have the gear to keep you at the
top of your game.

-- The following article is from Dive Training Magazine.
SCUBA diving, like many recreational activities, is equipment-intensive. Recreational diving has grown from an obscure sport practiced by a small band of youthful and athletic adventurers into an activity enjoyed by millions around the world in all kinds of water. Increasingly sophisticated and reliable equipment, and the training to use it properly, are largely responsible for that growth.

Whether an item of dive gear is considered essential or desirable, each was conceived and developed to satisfy a definite need and perform a specific function. From regulators to gauges, mask to fins, and buoyancy compensator to wet suit, recreational scuba equipment is purposeful, interesting to use, and a big contributor to the overall fascination and attraction of diving.

Acquiring your own dive equipment is a major factor in the enjoyment of the sport. Sure, you can rent gear at many dive destinations, but do you really want to rely on the availability of much-used rental equipment for your personal safety and enjoyment of diving?

Owning your own dive gear has many advantages. As a beginning Open Water certification student, you can speed your learning curve and progress quickly into the open-water environment by purchasing and using a basic dive equipment package: regulator and BC in addition to mask, snorkel, and fins. Learning how to scuba dive involves a lot more than learning how to breathe through a regulator underwater. You learn the art of buoyancy control, the subtleties of swimming and streamlining, and a host of other skills. Acquiring these skills quickly and comfortably has a lot to do with the equipment you use in training. If the BC is too small, you will struggle with it, which interferes with your learning. Fit and comfort are the prime criteria in selecting most items of dive gear, and in achieving maximum safety and pleasure underwater. The best way to ensure that your gear fits correctly and comfortable is to wear your own.

Even if loaner or rental equipment fits well, it may not be right for you because of particular features — or lack of them. Features are what distinguish one item of dive gear from another. When you buy your own gear, you evaluate and choose the features you need and appreciate. The process is fun, adds greatly to your knowledge of diving, and ensures that the gear you dive with does what you want it to, the way you want it to. You will know how to operate it properly and care for it responsibly. You will know the condition of your gear, where it has been, and who has been using it. That familiarity contributes to the highest level of safety, which in turn gives you peace of mind.

Other less obvious, but still important benefits accrue from owning dive gear. Buying gear deepens your relationship with your dive store. That store is your conduit to diving. It offers training opportunities, arranges trips, keeps you in contact with other divers, and services and supports your equipment. Having your own equipment also marks you as a serious, committed diver and it encourages you to dive regularly to stay involved in the sport. The bottom line on equipment ownership: It's the way to achieve maximum enjoyment of diving. At Dive Training magazine we believe that part of the commitment you are making to learn to dive should include acquiring your own dive gear. It's an excellent investment in yourself and in your future diving adventures.

Stop by our shop so you can try on, touch and feel the gear we carry. If you don’t see something you are looking for let us know.

Oceanic Gear at Atlantic Spear & Scuba
Mares Gear at Atlantic Spear & Scuba
Hollis Geat at Atlantic spear & Scuba
Pinnacle Gear at Atlantic spear & Scuba
Neo Sport Gear at Atlantic Spear & Scuba
OMER Gear at Atlantic Spear & Scuba
Sporosub Gear at Atlantic Spear & Scuba
Mares Pure Instinct Geat at Atlantic spear & Scuba
JBL Gear at Atlantic spear & Scuba
SalviMar Gear at Atlantic Spear & Scuba
BigBlue Gear at Atlantic Spear & Scuba
UnderWater Kinetics Gear at Atlantic Spear & Scuba
Princeton Tec Geat at Atlantic spear & Scuba
GoPro Gear at Atlantic Spear & Scuba
SeaLife Gear at Atlantic Spear & Scuba
Bonica Geat at Atlantic spear & Scuba
Trident Gear at Atlantic Spear & Scuba
Innovative Scuba Concepts Gear at Atlantic Spear & Scuba

Shopping our Online Store? Great! But you are always welcome to stop by the shop, ask questions, and make sure you are buying the gear that fits you and the type of diving you are doing.

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