Before you begin, put your thinking cap on.
You don’t always dive in the same place. Or do the same kind of diving. As your skills increase, your equipment needs will change. We believe all diving systems should be flexible and have varied capabilities.
At Zeagle we think of equipment not as separate components but as a system. Your gear must fit you in every respect. Virtally all our equipment is based on a modular design concept – all components are compatible with each other. That said, you have to start somewhere. Here are a few things to think about.
Every once in a while I will offer to you lovely folks my most humble opinion on certain types and brands of dive equipment that I have had experience with and particularly like. If you are in the market for new gear, I hope my experiences and suggestions will be of help. Just remember to keep in mind the type of diving you will be doing and where before making any decision. If you have your own experiences or questions regarding gear, let us know about it!
What’s in a (brand) name? ScubaPro, Sherwood, Cressi, Mares, Aqualung, Zeagle, Tusa, Bare, Whites. These are all big names in the dive community you have no doubt heard of.