Moroccan Home Decor And Accessories

Exploring the world under the sea is always a surreal journey. Along with the enormous pressure, the dream of winning is always hindered by the different temperatures at different water levels. But diving into the deep ocean with scuba diving is not an exceptional task.

For the first few times, you will usually rent scuba gear and be forced to adjust to the rental’s problematic accessories. But as the desire to explore the ocean world grows and grows, you will be tempted to purchase your own underwater gear.

1) Snorkel:

A snorkel is a breathing apparatus that helps you breathe underwater without taking your head off the surface of the water. The optimal length of the tubes is 30 cm (12 inches). It can be found in various designs. It is usually J-shaped and made of rubber or plastic. It is mainly used for surface swimming before or after diving.

2) Diving mask:

 A diving mask is used to enable users to see clearly underwater. Divers cannot see underwater because when human eyes are in direct contact with water, the light entering the eyes is refracted at a different angle so that it becomes almost impossible to see clearly. A diving mask provides an air space in front of the eyes. A diving mask is made of durable tempered glass with a rubber or silicone coating that seals it to the diver’s face to make it waterproof. Divers can exhale in a diving mask. The best way to find the best mask is to first put it on your face (without the strap and without holding it in your hands), and inhale gently. If it doesn’t fall, then save it. Otherwise, try another one.

3) Fins:

Fins are used to move underwater. Fins are usually made of plastic, but can often be found in carbon fiber and fiberglass. According to the needs, the size of the fins can vary. Scuba divers usually need large and wide fins to get rid of water resistance and move freely.

4) Diving Suits:

Diving suits provide protection to divers from the aquatic atmosphere. There are different types of diving suits such as wetsuits, dry suits, semi-dry suits, diving skins and hot water suits. When the water temperature is from -2 to 15 degrees, it is better to use dry suits. The body of the diver remains dry, as it seals the body of the neck and wrists. Water does not penetrate through dry suits. Diving suits come in all sizes, so it’s best to try on the one that fits you best.