Necessary diving equipment and tools (Part 2)

Diving snorkel:

Use to breathe when you lie on your stomach on the water without lifting your head. For the first time before diving, bring it in and bow his face down to the water. When you get used to it then you want to dive, hold your breath, and dive. Do not inhale through the mouth as the tube is filled with water or it will choke immediately because of drinking water. Using the diving snorkel you will be very happy and excited when you watch the ocean world constantly without having to soar up and down.

Diving suit

Use keep warm and protect scratches and bites. Selecting a diving suit so that it fits well, not too wide, it will cram all into and circulate to make the body lose heat. If it is too tight, it will be difficult to manipulate and blood will be difficult to circulate.

There are 3 types of diving suits:

  1. Diving suit tighten the body (body suit): Usually made of nolon. This suit protects the entire body from scratches but is poorly insulated and should only be worn in warm water. In addition, it also helps to protect against the sun when you get out of the water.
  2. Wet suit: This is the common type, There are many different designs and thicknesses so the wet diving suit has the proper insulation ability both in cold water of 10 Celsius degrees and 30 degrees warm water.
  3. Dry suit: Dry diving suits isolate you from water and ensure you dry. It is the warmest diving suit, used only for diving under cold water below 10 degrees Celsius.

Extra diving tools:

– Hand, socks, hoods, pressure gauges, heart rate etc…: In order to be more complete, in addition to the above things should be equipped with extra scuba accessories. The function is to keep warm, scratch-resistant, diving watch suitable for deep diving, snorkeling, rope diving.