May 3, 2016

Why It’s Important to get Your Scuba Gear Serviced

The post, “Servicing Your Gear and Why It’s Important” originally appeared in Scuba Diver Life. Written by Dillon, a cold-water trained PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer.  Regulator Service Let’s start this topic off with the first thing that should always be imprinted into your mind, not only when you take your regulator in for service, but when you pack it away under your dive gear, store […]
February 13, 2016

Johnson Outdoors Diving Recalls Dive Computers Due to Injury Hazard

Units About 350 and about 40 in Canada Description This recall involves the Aladin2 wrist dive computer that monitors depth, dive time,   decompression status and temperature. The computer is 3 inches by 3 inches, rectangular, black, and mounted on a black wristband. SCUBAPRO is stamped on the top of the face frame and Aladin2 is printed in white on the bottom of the face frame.  […]
February 13, 2016

Aqua Lung Recalls Scuba Regulators and Adapters Due to Drowning Hazard

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product. Name of Product: Titan DIN 1st Stage Scuba Regulators and Titan/Conshelf DIN Scuba Adaptors Units: About […]
February 13, 2016

CPSC, Cressi-Sub Announce Recall of SCUBA Buoyancy Compensators

Name of product: Cressi-sub Buoyancy Compensators Units: About 1,000 Distributor: Cressi-sub USA, of Westwood, N.J. Manufacturer: Cressi-sub S.p.A., of Genoa, Italy. Hazard: A slow leak from the shoulder exhaust caused by expansion of an internal cable housing could result in slow deflation. This could impact the diver’s ability to control buoyancy. Incidents/Injuries: None reported. Description: Buoyancy Compensator devices provide buoyancy control for scuba divers by […]