The Scuba Doctor has dive accessories to make your diving more enjoyable, plus help you to clean and care for your scuba equipment.
There has yet to be a diver who submerges without some kind of accessory to make the dive go just a little easier. It could be a stainless steel clip to hold a light, a jon-line to make the decompression just a little bit more comfortable. At The Scuba Doctor we have consulted with divers from around the world, tapped into our own service technicians, and scoured the globe for the best manufacturers to bring you the most comprehensive and complete collection of accessories of any company in Australia. If there is something you need that is not on the site drop us an e-mail or give us a call and we will be happy to source it for you.
Take Only What You Need, No More and No Less
New divers have a tendency to use equipment to replace skills, which is a reasonable approach to maximise enjoyment of the early dives. However, we have seen divers looking like they walked through a dive shop with a magnet and we wonder who recommended all that stuff.
Experienced divers know that every tool, gadget or feature they add to their configuration increases the complexity and also increases failure points. As the diver develops improved skills, they begin to shed gear and elaborate features in favor of streamlined high-quality equipment configurations. The huge knife strapped to the leg disappears along with the snorkel, instrument console and retractor, most of the lead, tank banger, eventually the jacket style BC and even the split fins.
When gearing up, the experienced diver will take only the tools really needed for the specific dive. They know that simple and quality equipment together with practiced skills are the most elegant and reliable configurations.
Equipment Care and Maintenance
Scuba Rule: To ensure continued trouble-free functioning of your scuba equipment, clean it as soon as possible after diving, whether you've been submersed in fresh or salt water.
The Care and Maintenance information in these pages is provided as a general guide for basic care and maintenance of your scuba diving equipment. The most complete Care and Maintenance information for your scuba equipment is often located in the Owner's Manual of your respective product.
If you have any specific enquiry about how to care for your dive gear, please feel free to contact The Scuba Doctor by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by a telephone call to 03 5985 1700.