10 Stocking Stuffers for Scuba Divers
What do you give to the one who has the entire underwater world at their fingertips? More dive equipment, of course. From absolute essentials to novelty accessories, these dive gear pieces are the perfect gifts to wake up to on Christmas morning.
What good is a window into the ocean if you can’t see through it? Jaws Quick Spit Antifog Spray makes sure your panoramic view is crystal-clear.
The Gear Keeper retractable clip is a dream piece of equipment for the diver who can never seem to have enough clips. Keep everything from a dive light to a writing slate by your side.
How many divers does it take to get into a wetsuit? One, if you have Suit Juice to help.
Mini Strobe Beacon
You can never have too much emergency gear. Use this strobe light for up to 72 hours, up to a depth of 330 feet. Plus, you can get it in your loved one’s favorite color.
Dive Fin Safety Whistle
A safety whistle shaped like a fin? There couldn’t be a better way to kick off (pun intended) Christmas morning.
Just in case your mini strobe beacon and safety whistle both fail you, you’ve got your trusty double-sided mirror to call for help.
Neoprene Seal Cement
Don’t let a torn wetsuit be the end of your dive. McNett Seal Cement repairs holes and tears, giving you wetsuit a longer life so you can continue diving.
If the diver in your life already has a trip already, what better gift than to feed his or her excitement? Franko Maps give insight into what types of wildlife you can expect to see around the world. They’re also waterproof and small enough to store in a BCD pocket.
For the diver who already has every piece of gear you could imagine, a novelty pin allows them to show off their passion wherever they are.
Compact Dive Log
This miniature dive log is great as a backup or an everyday log for the minimalist scuba diver.
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