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​Top Scuba Items You can Give as Holiday Presents

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The holiday season is here and finding that special gift for a scuba diver family member or friend can be a challenge. But with so many choices and ideas to choose from, finding that “perfect” gift for scuba divers is not that elusive at all. 

Just like the rare creatures below the sea, there is always something for someone that will make the experience worth the time and effort.

So, instead of buying the generic gifts you see in shopping malls or shops, give that special diver something that will have some use.

PALANTIC DIVE MASK NEARSIGHTED PRESCRIPTION OPTICAL LENSES

This diver mask is a convenient and practical holiday present for a diver with visual impairment. This comes with a unique buckle design for easy adjustment and can be customized according to the user’s eyes prescription. For something that is not above $50, this will compensate for a minor visual deficiency.

SCUBAPRO VINTAGE STYLE TRAVEL REGULATOR BAG

A regulator is one of the most important diving equipment and must be kept safe at all times. This ScubaPro bag is only $72, a useful and thoughtful present to keep his regulator protected and safe especially during travels.

SCUBAPRO REGULATOR BAG + COMPUTER BAG

Protect your precious regulator and computer throughout your diving trips with this trendy bag built for durability and strength. The interior lining is made of polyester and designed with a double-slider zipper for easy access. It comes with a padded handle and a shoulder strap for comfort and convenience.

SCUBAPRO G2 WRIST UNIT ONLY DIVE COMPUTER

A dive computer is an investment and considered a worthy purchase that a scuba diver will always treasure. The price may be a little expensive, but having one will give the diver a sense of safety underwater since a wrist dive computer is more accurate than a dive table. Whether he/she is a seasonal or regular diver, this is valuable equipment, one that is on everyone’s bucket list.

Scuba Choice is your one-stop-shop for your scuba diving wants and needs. Regardless if you are diving once in a while or exploring the magical underwater for years, Scuba Choice has something affordable and worthy scuba diving equipment for you or special someone.

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