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Mask Features Choosing a new dive mask can be a case of just picking the latest thing out or if you’re feeling frivolous, why not grab the fanciest one? Truth is, often the newest and fanciest are great masks and pack some really great features. It helps to know what they are for and which […]
Set a goal or two for 2020 and upgrade your diving credentials! Finish putting together your dive kit or make that well anticipated move to a new set-up. Maybe it’s time you learnt to SCUBA Dive? Take the plung and sign up for a PADI Open Water Diver course. Our fully equipt Wellington Dive Centre […]
Thinking about a Diving Gift for Christmas? Send your Family and Friends in to NZ Sea Adventures for everything from SCUBA Diving Courses to Fishing Gear and Spearfishing kit. A Voucher for one of our popular Diving or SCUBA Packages is a great gift for the aspiring diver or maybe the Deposit for a dive […]
To find out if your regulator is leaking, simply breath from the second stage while blocking the first stage with your finger or the dust cover. If there is air leaking into the second stage then there is problem that needs to be fixed. Water may be leaking through the: mouthpiece, diaphragm or exhaust ports. […]
It’s almost that time of year again when summer arrives and so do the holidays!There’s never been a better time to sign up a friend for their PADI Open Water Diver course. Gift the ultimate in experiences this Christmas with a Gift voucher for a SCUBA Diving course. Already certified or not sure what to […]
In recent blogs we have looked at several general aspects of regulator design and function. Now let us check out an outstanding example of a piston first stage regulator. The Atlantis Quest R10 is a very popular regulator though-out New Zealand and the South Pacific. It is an extremely robust, reliable and affordable regulator that […]
A scuba regulator has several functions, all of which allow a diver to breathe underwater. The first stage attaches to your scuba cylinder and that reduces the pressure from high to intermediate. The second stage reduces the pressure further from intermediate to ambient. That means that the work of breathing is almost, but not quite, […]
The rule of thumb is to have your regulator serviced by a certified Service Technician either every year or 100 dives, whichever comes first. The best time to do this is when you get your cylinder is tested. As well as the annual scuba diving regulator service it is also necessary to wash your regulators […]