Learn how to secure your gear: Tips and Advice

Taking care of your scuba diving gear is important both underwater and during transport. Streamlining your equipment can help prevent damage and prolong its lifespan. Here are some tips for securing your scuba gear:

  • Roll your longhose in a circular format and attach the bolt snap to the chest D-ring.
  • Pass the waist belt into the loop you created, into the waist buckle, and tighten it.
  • Pass the crotch strap into the long hose loop, and finally thread the regulator’s bungee into the crotch strap’s loop and tuck it to the tank valve.

Of course, you may have your own way of securing your gear, but the most important thing is to keep it off the ground and in place.

You can watch a video on this topic at GUE.TV via the following link: https://gue.tv/programs/how-to-secure-gear?categoryId=991. If you have any feedback or questions, please feel free to reach out to us.

If you’re interested in improving your diving skills and knowledge, consider signing up for the GUE Fundamental course. This course covers foundational diving skills and principles, including buoyancy control, trim, propulsion techniques, and more. It’s a great way to take your diving to the next level and become a more confident and competent diver. Contact us if you have any questions or feedback. Sign up for GUE scuba diving training in Toronto today and learn everything you need to know to become a skilled and responsible diver.

Alain Eid

GUE Instructor

Alain began his diving journey in 2010 and is now a highly qualified instructor, certified by GUE (Global Underwater Explorers) in both Fundamentals and Recreational diving. He has been teaching with GUE since 2018 and is experienced in Cave, CCR, and Technical diving. Alain finds great joy in sharing his knowledge and passion for diving through transformative courses that empower divers to reach their full potential.

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