Don’t be caught in the dark! See more with a compact LED Dive Light.

Amazingly bright compact LED anodized aluminum lights. Compact enough to fit in your BCD pocket.

Rugged, yet streamlined and lightweight, these lights are ideal for traveling divers.

Some models powered by just three AAA cells with 3 power modes and a run time up to 420 minutes.

A dive light is one of the most valuable companions to divers, it’s how we enhance our deep-sea vision!


How Easy does your Wetsuit go on?

Flex Wetsuits are now the rage for all diving and snorkeling adventures.  Flexible 3mm or 5mm neoprene full length suits.

These suits are durable, super stretchy, and ultra-comfortable. Most important, they go on easier than ever!

That means no more pulling, twisting, grunting and tugging to get your wetsuit on!

You pull these wetsuits on effortlessly and they mold right to your body.

What’s more, you can freely bend and move in ultra-comfortable flexible wetsuits, even before you jump in the water.

Full wetsuits available in 3mm and 5mm.

Check out our entire selection at Rec Diving!

Every diver needs a professionally fitted Mask and Snorkel

These comfortable mask and snorkel kits are specially crafted for divers and snorkelers who want a wide field of view combined with a low volume design.  Snorkels feature hyper-dry and full-dry top technology. Available in a range of styles and a rainbow of super fun colors. Specially sized for adults and children.

A Great Regulator is Always a Great Friend

What makes a great regulator?  The difference between a “good” regulator and a “great” regulator can make or break the enjoyment of any dive experience.  Comfort, reliability, and high performance are the most important attributes that a regulator should exhibit.  Every great regulator should make breathing effortless.  Air should be delivered easily and consistently, on demand, and in the quantities required.  And through technology and design, your regulator must be completely reliable.

At Rec Diving, we’ve got a great selection of regulators to choose from.  Whatever your dive destination, our equipment specialists at Rec Diving are happy to help you select the regulator that best suits your diving needs and desires.

What’s even better?  A great breathing regulator doesn’t have to break your bank.  Ask us about high performance in a system that is lightweight and affordable and starting at just $250.00.  Come in and check them out.

Why Dive with an Air-Integrated Dive Computer

Imagine yourself on a relaxing dive. Perhaps you’re photographing a particularly cooperative turtle or just pleasantly swimming alongside your favorite fish. With one easy glance at your air-integrated computer, you check your depth, time and air. You never lose sight of your critter friend and you know exactly how much bottom time you have left and how much air you have left at depth.

Those of us who dive regularly with air-integrated computers know how convenient it is when all of your critical information is accessible on one screen – depth, bottom time and even your breathing rate so you know how fast you are consuming your air.

Check out our entire selection of air-integrated dive computers at Rec Diving, from hoseless models to the newest ultra-compact XP-H.

Sub_gear_XP-H_220px220px SUBGEAR XP-H
A brand new addition to the SUBGEAR line, XP-H is an air integrated,version of the XP10 computer with several exciting new features.

  • Nitrox settings between 21% and 100%
  • Digital Pressure gauge
  • Alarms you can set for Low air and “turn-around”
  • Gauge Mode
  • PDIS- Profile Dependent Intermediate Stops
  • Basic choice of adjustments without the need of a PC
  • Adjustable ppO2 between 1.0 and 1.6bar
  • Back light, visual and audible alarms
  • Timer for Safety Stops
Holiday Priced at just $475
 Oceanic_proplus21_220px Oceanic Pro Plus 2.1
This classic PDC features the largest display available and our patented Air Time Remaining calculations built right in. The Pro Plus 2.1 is “air-integrated”, constantly monitoring your cylinder pressure and comparing it with your personal air consumption rate and decompression status to deliver your personal Dive Time Remaining based on the most limiting factor.

  • Patented Air Time Remaining algorithm provides extremely accurate time based on current depth and your personal air consumption
  • “Turn-Around” pressure prompt
  • “Ending” pressure alarm ensures that you return to your exit point with a predetermined reserve
  • Safety stop prompt
  • Simulator incorporates your personal air consumption rate
  • Now with OceanLog Software included with Settings Upload. Optional USB Cable sold separately
  • Increased download memory from 256k to 512k – offers storage for approximately the same number of dives, however now includes cylinder pressure with every sample point.
  • Data Retention – maintains calculations indefinitely when the battery is changed

Holiday Priced at just $799

 galileo_sol SCUBAPRO Galileo Series
If you’re ready for the ultimate in underwater dive computers then the Galileo series from SCUBAPRO is for you. From the casual warm water diver through the hard core technical diver there is an option for you.Both of these outstanding wrist mounted computers offer hoseless air integration for your primary tanks as well as your dive buddies. Both models offer remaining bottom time based on your air supply by dynamically calculating your breathing rate to know when you need to start heading back up.  For those looking for something for technical diving the Galileo SOL goes even further by allowing you to hoselessly monitor two more cylinders of decompression gas.

  • Hoseless gas integration.
  • Navigational system with digital compass.
  • Extra large dot-matrix screen available in 3 display modes.
  • PDIS (Profile Dependent Intermediate Stops) optimizes your dive in complete security.
  • Clear text, multi-language alarms.
  • Graphic data display.
  • Personalization.
  • Galileo’s memory chip can hold over 100 hours of dive profile data and 100 bitmap images as a wreck map the diver can use to orient himself.
  • User changeable battery & depth ratinginitely when the battery is changed

Holiday Priced at just $929 for the Luna and $1189 for the Sol 

A Fin that is Lightweight AND powerful – the Seawing Nova

Scubapro’s Seawing Nova is the Holiday Gift Idea of the Day. It’s one of our favorite gear picks at Rec Diving. We love this fin…

Try Diving Dry with Rec Diving September 7 & 8

Imagine staying warm and toasty on a dive. You don’t shiver and you don’t have to come up early because you are just too darn cold! Diving in a drysuit seals you off from the cold water and that keeps you warm. It really is amazing! Each year, Rec Diving teams up with the DUI Drysuit team to gear up our divers for a dry suit test dive. If you’ve never tried it, now is your ideal chance.

Join us September 7 & 8 at Gilboa Quarry for the annual DUI Demo Tour.  Enjoy some fun diving and try something new!   Stop by Rec Diving to get your tickets for the event and be sure to let us know you’re coming!  It’s a great chance to meet other divers from Rec Diving and we look forward to seeing you at the Rec Diving staging area.  We’ll have plenty of dive buddies and we are all looking to log some fun dives and share our knowledge of diving dry.  So what are you waiting for?  Join the fun!

Click here to request more information.  Check out the Demo Tour event site here.DUIdays1

Take Care of Your Dive Gear and It Will Take Care of You!

SR_220x300[1]When you go diving, go with confidence in your equipment. When you know it has been routinely serviced and maintained properly, you can totally enjoy your diving experience. After all, that’s why we dive, right? Here are Rec Diving’s tips for the things you should do to maintain your life support system.

Dive equipment manufacturers recommend that the regulator and alternate air source be serviced on an annual basis by an authorized dealer. Between overhauls there are some important care and maintenance procedures to follow. Probably the most important one is to thoroughly rinse the entire system with clean, fresh, water soon after every dive session. Properly done, the first step is to dry the first stage inlet protector and secure it in place with the yoke screw. Rinse the first and second stages thoroughly, allowing water through the mouth piece, exhaust ports and ambient air holes in the first stage body (these holes will not be visible if your first stage is environmentally protected with a S.P.E.C. boot.)

DiverJohn300pngIf you have been diving in salt water, a chlorinated pool, or shore diving where sand or silt is easily stirred up during entries and exits, we suggest a warm water “bath” with a small amount of mild dish soap. The warm, soapy water will allow you to gently pull the hose protectors a few inches away from the first stage. This will allow the metal hose fittings to be cleaned and to have a chance to completely dry. Totally submerge the system and let it soak for thirty to sixty minutes. Follow up the “bath” with a thorough rinse. If possible, at this time, attach the regulator to a scuba tank and turn the air on. Purge the second stage hoses of any water vapor that might have accumulated. Turn the air off, purge, and remove the system. Next, lay the entire system out flat on top of a towel where it will be undisturbed for a day or two. If you have an instrument console that will allow you to easily remove the pressure gauge, compass, and bottom timer or dive computer, then do that as well. Trapped salt water and sand can be harmful to these instruments over a period of time. Run warm water over the compass while rotating the bezel. It should ratchet freely in both directions.

Allow the system to dry completely, and then store it in a cool, dry place. Lay it out flat, away from sunlight, heating elements, furnaces, and water heaters. An empty dresser drawer or closet shelf works well. Do not store your life support system in a sealed, plastic bag or regulator bag. Regulator bags are for transport only!  From time-to-time it is a great idea to slick down all external rubber parts with a clean rag sprayed with a food grade pump silicone product. This will extend the life of these rubber parts as well as keeping them in good looking condition.  Your buoyancy compensator deserves just as much attention. It too should be rinsed thoroughly inside and out with clean, fresh water. B.C. cleaning products are readily available to help keep it clean and smelling good inside and out. Store your B.C. half full of air, fully dried, preferably on a B.C. or large coat hanger in a cool, dry place.  If your regulator system has an octopus as its alternate air source, then most likely your B.C. has a power inflator. Your power inflator deserves annual inspection and/or service, as well. Don’t take this piece of equipment for granted. We can only imagine the feelings you would have after servicing most of your dive gear, arriving at one of your dive destinations, being surrounded by crystal clear water and marine life every color of the rainbow, pushing the power button to adjust your buoyancy and having it stick open, sending you to the surface. All of a sudden, you’re having a bad day in paradise and your dive buddy isn’t happy anymore. Don’t let it happen to you!

Care of scuba cylinders and valves is more basic, but equally important. They should be rinsed with clean, fresh water. Crack the valve open to remove any water vapor that might have gotten into the opening. Always try to store cylinders upright in a cool, dry place. Always maintain positive pressure in the tank. For long term storage, keep the pressure between 300 and 500 psi.

Rec Diving’s recommendation for buoyancy control device, and regulator care and maintenance:

  • B.C. Life by Aquaseal: A buoyancy compensator cleaner and conditioner
  • Food grade Silicone Pump by Trident: A preservative for regulator hoses and outside rubber surfaces