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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...

Video: Why Take The Rescue Diver Course?

There are three KEY reasons you should be in the Rescue Diver Class.  Some scuba instructors would insert the Rescue Diver class immediately after the open water diver class because it is such a confidence builder.  Watch and learn what those Key reasons are....

Video: Why Take The Advanced Open Water Diver Course

Why Take The Advanced Open Water Diver Course ScubaButch.com – The Advanced Open Water Diver Course Increases your skills, comfort level and safety on every single dive for the rest of your life.  The skills will allow you to enjoy scuba diver so much...

Advanced Open Water Diver Class – What Is In It For Me?

Something sparked your interest and now you are a certified to go scuba diving anywhere in the world for the rest of your life.  The next step is to keep on diving, right?  Of course it is.  However, we reach a point with anything that we still need additional guidance to gain right experience in order...

Scuba Lessons In Chicago Are Underway

Spring is hitting Chicago in a weird way this year.  Snow in March is a little crazy if you ask me.  Then temperatures reaching as high as 60 degrees.  Only in Chicago you will have such a swing.  That does not stop scuba divers from hitting the water in the Midwest.  Scuba lessons, diving, will be in...

Achieving Better Buoyancy

In learning how to dive, some scuba instructors may point out a few things beyond the skills you learn. Many will not. Neutral buoyancy is an art and craft that must be worked on all the time. A friend and scuba instructor, Mike Shea, talks how buoyancy is a perishable skill that must be practiced. I...

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