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Scuba Instructor Creates More Air Supply for Newer Divers

PRLog Global Distribution, Oak Lawn, IL July 11, 2013: Experiencing breathing problems with a scuba regulator can be preventable. Your experience level andcomfort zone will help improve the likelihood that the problems will virtually eliminate with some attention to details. Check out the PDF....

My Scuba Regulator Does Not Supply Enough Air: Part Two

Some scuba divers will experience breathing problems with a scuba regulator that is not related to over-breathing a regulator as I mentioned in a previous article.  Some of which can be equipment related.  However, most of the equipment related issues are, for the most part, preventable.  Your experience...

Common Mistake: My Scuba Regulator Does Not Supply Enough Air

Technology has advanced a lot for scuba divers and the equipment they use in the last fifty-years. There has been more improvements in the equipment from twenty years ago versus the last ten years. When some scuba divers go a little deeper or find themselves working harder, such as into a current, they feel...

Scuba Search on Google – Scuba Diving Chicago Gets Better

Over the weekend, I was relaxing my living room thinking of an idea to write about.  Of course, my mind was drawing a blank.  So I decided to search the word scuba.  Google <http://tinyurl.com/62688k5> came up with 13.8 Million searches for that key word. Right under local listings, scubabutch.com...

Dusty, Rusty Scuba Divers Wanted!

That’s right! I want the Rusty and Dusty scuba divers!  Life takes its toll and scuba diving typically gets put on a shelf after a while and starts collecting dust.  We are creatures of habit and eventually scuba diving gets put to rest, UNTIL NOW…. As our way of clearing the dust, if you will, we...

Easing the Pain of Buying Scuba Equipment

The absolute best and possibly the only way to avoid improperly fitted equipment is to own your own equipment. Some are on tight budgets these days – I get that. There are still several ways to get equipment affordable. You can buy used equipment. There is always someone looking to upgrade their own...

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