Best Scuba Gear Package [ 2019 Reviews & Guide ]

Divers Supply Scuba Package Special of The Month(Large/Puck Pro Plus Black)

A PADI certified scuba diver versus a beginner will have different needs and requirements as far as scuba equipment goes - (see our recent article about scuba fins here). If you are considering buying a scuba dive gear package in 2019 (vs building your own scuba gear set), Cressi, Mares, and AquaLung all have  scuba packages at reasonable price levels. Here are our top picks for this year's combos from leading brands...

Our Top 12 List for Scuba Gear Packages in 2019

Aqua Lung Pro HD BCD i300 Dive Computer Titan / ABS Regulator Set

Newbie divers looking for a great starter package but also experts who don’t want to break the bank might find the Aqua Lung Pro the best scuba gear package. This high-value combo comprises most gear needed for a safe dive, including a scuba regulator, BCD wrap-around jacket, ABS, and computer. 

We particularly like the Pro HD BCD wrap-around jacket with integrated weights. Its design eliminates the need for additional weights and holds up to the rigors of both salt and chlorine for both ocean and pool diving. 

An included ABS octopus brings both breathing performance and the benefits of a low profile. We also like the balanced diaphragm mechanism on the Titan scuba regulator developed for easier breathing and consistent performance. 

Included is also the Aqua Lung i300C computer with air and nitrox modes that allows you to adapt the output to a range of diving situations. Easy to control via Bluetooth, it’s compatible with an array of wrist or belt dive computers. 

Ideal for anyone from the casual diver who wants performance at an affordable price to the dive centers who want to keep equipment costs low, the Aqua Lung gear package is an excellent choice. 

Cressi Aquaride Blue Pro BCD Scuba Gear Package w/ MC9 Compact Regulator & Octo...

Maker: Cressi

Package Includes: Buoyancy Compensator Device, 1st Stage Regulator, 2nd Stage Regulator, Alternate Air Source Regulator, Submersible Pressure Gauge, Dive Computer and Small Regulator Bag

From the Italian brand Cressi, the Aquaride gear package impresses with a host of essential items any diving kit should include. 

Undoubtedly, the most valuable gear in the pack is the Aquaride Pro buoyancy control device that comes with integrated weights in its pockets and adjustable shoulder straps that are not restricted by any air cell.

This design improves both grip and comfort, while the anatomical pre-formed profile makes it easier to put on. The integrated weights are also extremely effective due to their really flat profile and intuitive arrangement of the pockets. 

Aquaride vest apart, this set also includes the brand’s compact MC9 first and second stage regulator. A balanced diaphragm and compact octopus ensures rewarding customized airflow. 

The kit also includes the Cressi Leonardo C2 dive computer console designed to fit a dive computer from the same brand. The innovative design of the console, however, make it unique on the market, while its reduced weight given by materials such as the desmopan and polycarbonate translates into minimum strain on the hose and exceptional ease of use. 

All the accessories except for the vest come in a stylish GearUpGuide gear bag for easier storage and transport. 

The Cressi Aquaride Blue Pro BCD which is a multi-purpose buoyancy compensator device. The internal bladders can be compacted which is ideal for most tropical dive settings while it can expanded to accommodate weight and lift capacity which is the predominant case when you go ice-diving and wear a dry suit. In short, it is the BCD for all seasons. It is made out of 420-Denier nylon and a rugged trim making it durable enough for daily use. Some have claimed that even when they are diving on a daily basis, they do not feel the hardness of the backpack as it is totally padded with an added elastic chest strap for more comfort even when the BCD is fully inflated. This is also one of the few BCD’s in the market that features three dump valves scattered around the unit which you can have the option to select one if you wish to dump air regardless of your position at the surface. It has a weight integrated system that can carry up to 20 pounds (9 kilograms) of lead weight.

The regulator set of this scuba gear package is composed of the Cressi Compact MC9 1st stage regulator. It is a hyper-balanced diaphragm that has an anti-friction and anti-corrosion material which also allows the internal components to move freely inside its lightweight body cover that is further coated with a protective elasto-polymer shell. At the other end of the regulator set is the Cressi Compact 2nd Stage Regulator that is made of non-corrosive polymer. It features a pre-dive and dive adjustment function that compensates on the swirling Venturini Effect of Air that is gushing out of the regulator making it easy and comfortable to breath.

The console of this scuba gear package has the Cressi Submersible Pressure Gauge and the Cressi Leonardo C2 Dive Computer. While the dive computer is integrated in the console, many have noticed the simple yet elegant design. Operating the dive computer would just mean making a single touch of the button and you can shift the program from air to nitrox mode, giving you enriched air capabilities if you want to.

Mares Quad Air Integrated Dive Computer with Transmitter, with Complete Primary...

Another brand name that couldn’t have missed from a list dedicated to the top scuba gear package is Mares. The company impresses with its Quad gear pack. 

This kit doesn’t include a BCD vest and seems expensive at first glance. Considering the quality of Mares products, though, the price is more than justified. 

Whether you’re a casual or professional diver, you’ll surely make good use of the computer, diaphragm and analog console in the Quad pack. 

Mares Quad Air Integrated Dive Computer with Transmitter, with Complete Primary...

The computer is perhaps the best component in the kit. It has a maximum depth display of 492 feet and backlight function for diving in low light or no light conditions. An air/nitrox and bottom timer device and ascent speed in either feet or meters per minute are just some of its functions. 

Integrated with the computer is also a transmitter that records and sends tank pressure data via the RF protocol. A LED lets you distinguish between a full and empty tank, while the green blinks for night dive enhance visibility if needed. 

The transmitter also eliminates the need for pressure gauge hoses and boasts streamline dive profiles. Furthermore, the kit comes with a pneumatically-balanced regulator. All the equipment comes packed in a convenient backpack, and the complete air-delivery system is ready to use straight out of the box.

Cressi Start Pro 2.0 Scuba Diving Gear Package Assembled GUpG Reg Bag, Leonardo...

The Start Pro 2.0 from Cressi is very similar to its Aquaride counterpart but is geared more towards beginners. This bundle of five includes the Start Pro 2.0 buoyancy compensator, a compact AC2 regulator set with octopus, a dive console and GupG regulator bag. 

Many of the components included in the two Cressi kits we reviewed are identical, and the only true difference is the diving vest. 

Indeed, the Start Pro 2.0 is designed specifically for beginners and dive centers and is ideal to use inflated at maximum capacity. Similar to the Aquaride, it features integrated weight pockets, which are essential for a quick ascent in case of danger. 

Cressi Start Pro 2.0 Scuba Diving Gear Package Assembled GUpG Reg Bag, Leonardo...

Rugged, quick-release buckles allow for an easy release of the weight, while the resistant outside and inside panels ensure resistance to the eventual erosion caused by the long-term friction. 

Perfect for pool training and new divers exploring the open waters, the set is available in different sizes and in three different console configurations. 

Divers Supply Scuba Package Special of The Month(Large/Puck Pro Plus Black)

Maker: Divers Supply

Package Includes: Buoyancy Compensator Device, 1st Stage Regulator, 2nd Stage Regulator, Alternate Air Source Regulator, Submersible Pressure Gauge, Dive Computer and Small Regulator Bag

Another scuba gear package that has made it to our list is this one by Divers Supply. An array of essentials make it perfect for novice and experienced divers alike. 

One of the best pieces in the set is the Sea Elite Scout weight-integrated BCD. The integrated lock weight pockets are super-easy to use in dangerous conditions when you have to get back to the surface as quickly as possible. 

Besides the weighted pockets, it also has two generous zipper pockets you can use to stow away bulky accessories, while the back of the vest has two additional pockets for the weights. 

BCD vest apart, the kit also includes a classic regulator set with first and second stage pneumatically balanced environmental kit designed for technical divers. Needless to say, it delivers outstanding performance, durability, and dependability in all circumstances. 

A diver-adjustable pre-dive selector also allows for quick and easy regulator tuning, so you can always have an optimal balance between flow and air economy. 

The octopus is highly visible thanks to the yellow hose; truly lightweight and easy to use, it won’t put a burden on your equipment. 

Valuable is also the compact console and brass pressure gauge. In the kit is also included a wrist dive computer by Mares that comes in various colors. Ergonomic and intuitive to use, it has a visible display and resists high pressure.

Bringing outstanding value for money, this kit is undoubtedly worthy of the best scuba gear package title.

Divers Supply Scuba Package Special of The Month(Large/Puck Pro Plus Black)

This package includes the Sea Elite Scout Weight Integrated BCD which is designed for quality, comfort and durability. It features an integrated weight system that is simple and easy to use.

Aside from the weight pouches, it further has a zipped pockets on the side where you can place other dive accessories. Its sturdy backpack is fully padded with rear rubber for a strong tank grip. Many of its users has appreciated its tight fit and streamline structural design where it gives you very little resistance once you fin forward along the water.

The regulator set of this package uses the Hog D3 Yoke 1st stage Regulator where it is acclaimed to be one of the best diaphragm regulator in the market. It has 2 high pressure ports and 5 low pressure ports which is perfect if you need additional ports, like the one needed for a drysuit.

Unlike the stationary pressure ports of other regulators, this one features a 360 degree rotating swivel port where you can position your low pressure hoses in any angle you prefer. On the other end, it has the Hog Classic 2.0 LE 2nd stage regulator which is a new product derived from the Zenith line of regulators. This is a limited edition and only 500 units are sold in the market. It features a redesigned exhaust valve port cover which minimizes flutter or fold especially in events of strong water current making this the ideal regulator for drift diving. This particular feature also prevents wet breathing which is experienced in some regulators.

This regulator set has the EDGE Escape Octopus which features a pre dive/dive selector that allows you for a quick and easy tuning of the regulator for maximum air flow. This alternate air source is made from lightweight high impact case with a plastic air barrel and highly visible yellow-colored low pressure hose that is braided in a 40 inch nylon webbing.

With regards to the console and dive computer, this scuba gear package gives you 2 choices. Your first choice is the Sea Elite submersible pressure and depth gauge that comes with Mares Puck Pro or Mares Puck Pro Plus Dive Computer.

While this set-up perfectly describes what equipment redundancy is, you can proceed with your second choice which is an upgrade to this package, where, instead of of having a submersible pressure and a wrist type computer, you can have the Suunto Cobra Console Computer which many have considered it a high-end piece.

Cressi R1 BCD Leonardo Dive Computer AC2 Compact Regulator Set GupG Reg BagScuba...

Maker: Cressi

Package Includes: Buoyancy Compensator Device, 1st Stage Regulator, 2nd Stage Regulator, Alternate Air Source Regulator, Submersible Pressure Gauge, Dive Computer and Small Regulator Bag

Cressi is by far one of the range-toppers when it comes to scuba diving equipment; the brand is in fact so popular that we had to feature the R1 BCD too. 

Ideal for the more experienced diver, the Cressi R1 weight-integrated BCD comes with large pockets you can fill with the weights of your choice as long as they are the right size, typically up to about 5lbs. 

Jacket apart, you’ll also get the acclaimed Leonardo computer console you can use to regulate the air/nitrox output. The computer comes complete with a regulator and compact octopus too. 

We like the ergonomic design of the BCD and the way it fits snugly once the pockets are full. It’s undoubtedly a great replacement to the annoying and harder-to-use weight belts and provides unrivaled balance. 

The regulators impress with a dive or no dive switch, stopping the octopus’ free flow. This feature helps you save precious gases, so you won’t have to worry about an emergency ascent. 

Various sizes from extra-small to extra-large and a versatile choice of colors for the equipment make this Cressi set an excellent choice. 

Cressi R1 BCD Leonardo Dive Computer AC2 Compact Regulator Set GupG Reg BagScuba...

This package has the Cressi R1 Weight Integrated BCD that is designed for frequent and rugged use. It is generally made out of the highly durable 500-Denier Cordura that is internally coated with urethane and nylon. While the BCD has a rigid backpack, the hardness is compensated with pads on the back especially in the lumbar area.

This BCD has one of the highest deflation rate courtesy from its pull-down dump valves located on the right side and the manual deflation from its inflator assembly. Its weight integration uses the Lock Aid Quick Release System located at the side where each pocket can carry up to 10 pounds (4.5 kilograms) each.

On top of the weight pockets, there are two large zipped pockets on the side for accessory storage. Just make sure not to put the weights in this pocket as it may significantly damage the material. Aside from human weight, it has a lifting capacity up to 36 pounds (16.33 kilograms) where you can salvage and retrieve small objects by tying in its built-in light alloy D-rings.

Talking about the regulator set, it has the Cressi AC2 Compact 1st Stage Regulator. This is non-balanced regulator that uses flow-by-piston technology and has a fail-safe design. While it may sound highly technical, it simply means that in the event the 1st stage regulator fails to function properly, it will still deliver high pressure air.

All its components are made from marine grade chromed brass and still uses that classic conical filter that gives higher air flow. Flowing through the low pressure hose, air will be released out to the Cressi Compact 2nd Stage Regulator which features downstream demand valve mechanism with the flow of air channeled directly to the mouthpiece which creates a swirl or called as the Venturini Effect.

It is made of a non-corrosive polymer that has a large yet soft purge button that allows you to easily clear any water entering inside the regulator.

The console is made up of the Cressi Submersible Pressure Gauge and the Leonardo Dive Computer. While, at an initial glance, the submersible pressure gauge looks ordinary, but when used will reveal its amazing features.

On an ordinary shallow dive, the dial markings are divided into 3 colors where we all know that the red mark indicates low on air at 500 psi (35 bars). But during deep dives, you will be surprised that the red marks automatically fades and extends its low on air mark to 1,300 psi (90 bars) which is good knowing that you have ample of air in ascending back to the surface.

On the other end of the console is the Leonardo Dive Computer which is powered by a replaceable 3-volt battery that can operate up to 120 meters (393 feet) and electronically log 60 consecutive dives. The entire console is covered in an impact resistant rubber boot with multiple attachment points for clips and lanyards.

Aqua Lung Travel Scuba Gear Package Zuma BCD i300C Dive Computer Micron Reg Set,...

From hoses to small gear to anything else you might need for diving, the Aqualung Zuma is an excellent choice for the pros. It’s compatible with Suunto dive computers, as well as an array of other wearables from different brands, and comprises a range of high-value dive essentials. 

Like most scuba gear packages, the Zuma comes with a weight-integrated BCD jacket designed to fit like a glove and enhance your diving experience. Durable construction makes it resist both saltwater and chlorine, and provides years of dependable use. 

The vest also eliminates the need for a weight belt, for a smoother and easier resurfacing, especially for new divers. 

Four operating modes on the i300C dive computer allow you to adjust the air and nitrox output for diving, stop the flow when you’re freediving to preserve the precious gases, and also has a gauge mode with run timer. 

The computer is paired with a lightweight regulator set designed specifically for traveling divers. 

You won’t get a carrying bag or backpack, which for the price is quite a bummer. Considering the superlative quality and reliability of the gear included, we wouldn’t call it a drawback though. 

Aqualung Zuma comes in an array of colors and various sizes to suit divers of all ages, including juniors and adults. 

Seac Ego BCD Scuba Gear BC Regulator Package Yoke, X-Large

Coming with either Yoke or Din regulator, the SEAC Ego is one of the go-to scuba gear kits for divers on a budget. The package includes an Ego BCD available in various sizes, regulator, and octopus with hose, but lacks a dive computer or console. 

Ego’s highlight is undoubtedly the Cordura 1000D jacket with inner breathing bladder made of polyurethane-coated nylon. Quick-release and adjustable shoulder straps make it easy to achieve the right, snug fit. 

The vest also has a corrugated power inflator with a sphere control system, and it allows for optimal management of loading and dumping flows. Like most last-generation vests, it comes with two zippered pockets designed for easy access, but you’ll have to wear a weighted belt nonetheless, as it doesn’t have integrated weights. 

A padded backpack frame enhances comfort, while the four stainless steel D-rings come in handy in many situations. 

The regulator is also ergonomically designed and includes a membrane block safety system that guarantees stability and perfect functioning in all cases. We like its asymmetric design that allows for a maximum opening of the valve, improving in this way your deep water performance. 

Then, the oval shape of the second stage facilitates exhaling, which might not seem like much but is a true added bonus.

The octopus is also optimized to prevent unwanted free flow, and overall, this is a more than valid choice for the money. 

SCUBAPRO Litehawk BCD with Air 2

If you already have most of the gear required for diving but still need a reliable scuba jacket, the Litehawk from Scubapro might be it. 

This sturdy, durable device is made of durable 1000D nylon and promises to last for a lifetime. It’s rarely affected by corrosion, and it handles well both salt and chlorine for ocean or pool diving. 

Its best part is perhaps the streamlined air cell technology that allows for quicker descent and ascent. Praised is also the back floatation technology which positions the air in the back and provides movement around the chest and shoulders. 

Made for enhanced versatility, it also features a 3-dump deflation system which enables you to dump air as needed, from a variety of underwater positions. 

It doesn’t have integrated weights, but for a mid-range scuba jacket, this wasn’t unexpected. 

Another nice thing is that at 5.2lbs, the jacket is really lightweight and perfect for travel. 

Cressi Sub Start Equipment for Scuba Diving, made in Italy

Maker: Cressi

Package Includes: Buoyancy Compensator Device, 1st Stage Regulator, 2nd Stage Regulator, Alternate Air Source Regulator, Submersible Pressure Gauge and Depth Gauge

The last entry on our list of the best scuba gear package comes from Cressi, the famous Italian brand that has produced snorkeling and swimming equipment since 1946. This complete starters’ kit includes a Start BCD jacket and everything else you might need while diving, such as a mini gauge analog console and octopus.

Perhaps the greatest strength of this kit is that it comes preassembled and tested by the manufacturer. 

The console has great size for holding underwater, much smaller than a professional console; thus also lighter. 

The jacket doesn’t have integrated weights, but it has large pockets you can use for the purpose. Starters also like the length of the octopus’ hose, which is long enough without any excess floating around to distract you. 

Various sizes from small to extra-large and competitive price point make this set the ideal scuba gear package for newbies.

This is the perfect start-up scuba gear package for newbies. Its BCD, the Cressi Start BC, has an ultra durable frame and construction that can withstand simple and minor mishandling by a novice diver.

A perfect example of this newbie skill is the sudden and total inflation of the BCD after the dive as they always want maximum buoyancy at surface where the BCD’s thick bladder can easily resist this sudden increase in pressure and excess pressure (in cases of putting to much air) will just automatically exit in one of the three exhaust valves.

When going underwater, newbies will find it easy descending by pulling one of the two dump valves instead of the traditional pressing of the deflator button while pointing up to the surface. Newbies will also appreciate its built-in octopus and submersible pressure gauge holder where you can neatly tuck in your low and high pressure hoses instead of dangling around that can possibly cause entanglement.

With regards to the regulator set, this scuba gear package consist of the Cressi AC2 XS2 as its the 1st and 2nd stage regulator, Cressi XS Octopus as the alternate air source and the Cressi Mini Two Gauge Analog Console as the submersible Pressure Gauge.

It’s 1st stage has a yoke valve that utilizes the non-balanced downstream system that gives high performance breathing while having a smooth breath at the 2nd stage courtesy from its adjusted intermediate pressure. The alternate air source features a comfortable easy grip mouthpiece and an easy to purge button that will come in handy in case your buddy is low on air or out of air.

The submersible pressure gauge is color coded for easy air pressure reading. The blue color indicates you have a fresh supply of air down to 2,000psi (138 bars) while the green color indicates you are somewhere in between the pressure range of 3,000 to 1,000 psi (205 - 70 bars) and red, of course as we all know, indicates you are low on air.

Further, the mini console has a built-in depth gauge that can read to a maximum depth of 230 feet (70 meters).

Cressi Travelight 15 LBS Scuba Diving Package Carry On Reg Dive Computer 6...

Maker: Cressi

Package Includes: Buoyancy Compensator Device, 1st Stage Regulator, 2nd Stage Regulator, Alternate Air Source Regulator, Submersible Pressure Gauge, Dive Computer, Small Regulator Bag and Gear Bag

This diving package is one of the few scuba gear packages that includes a console integrated dive computer and a travelling bag. It consist of the Cressi Travelight BCD which has a fully padded backpack for a soft and comfortable fit, 9 relief valves, 8 D-rings made of alloy for other equipment and accessory attachment.

Using Cressi’s “Lock Aid” mechanism, this BCD has a weight integrated system located on the side pouch which can carry up to 20 pounds (9 kilograms) of lead weight. Just in case you have a large body built and need more weights, you can use the back pockets which can accommodate an additional of 10 pounds (4.5 kilograms) giving you a total of 30 pounds (13.5 kilograms) weight load.

If there is one feature that stands out with this BCD, it is its inflation characteristics where the bladder inflates away from the body thereby preventing body constriction as what most old BCD does.

Focusing on the regulator set of this package, it uses the Cressi MC5 1st stage regulator that has an overcompensation diaphragm, a semi-flexible elastomer sheath that protects it from the wear and tear of constant use and built on an ultralight material that only weighs 380 grams (0.8 pounds).

It uses the Cressi XS Compact 2nd stage regulator which features a downstream system, adjustable venturini valve for pre-dive airflow adjustment with an anti-friction lever, a large purge button and an anti-scratch surface. While both the 2nd stage and the alternate air source uses the same mechanism, the only thing that differentiates them is the color of the low pressure hose and the regulator itself where your 2nd stage is colored black while the alternate air source is colored yellow and has a longer low pressure hose.

With regards to its console, it has a submersible pressure gauge that has a multi-color indicator mark where the units are expressed in bars (metric) rather than psi (imperial) and an integrated Leonardo C2 Console Dive Computer that is both air and nitrox compatible and can read up to 5,000 psi (345 bars).

Cressi Travelight 15 LBS Scuba Diving Package Carry On Reg Dive Computer 6...

Since this regulator set already has electronic parts from the dive computer, extra care is required when use and must be properly stored in its provided Gear Up Guide Regulator Bag after rinsing and drying.

This Scuba gear package also comes with its Akona Adventure Gear Roller Suitcase, that when you place the BCD and the regulator, only weighs a total of 15 pounds (6.8 kilograms).

Just take note that while there are ample space inside the gear bag for other equipment like snorkel mask, other snorkel gear and wetsuit, you have to be aware that longer sized fins may not fit in.

SEAC Smart BCD Scuba Regulator Dive Gear Package, Large

Maker: SEAC

Package Includes: Buoyancy Compensator Device, 1st Stage Regulator, 2nd Stage Regulator, Alternate Air Source Regulator, Submersible Pressure Gauge and Small Regulator Bag

The SEAC Smart BCD Scuba Regulator Dive Gear Package is one of the few scuba gear packages that features the simplest components possible, but instead, geared towards frequency of use and durability.

It has the Seac Smart BCD which is a tough jacket style buoyancy compensator device with an integrated weight pouch that is fitted with a safety gravity release system. It has a double bladder where the inner bladder is made from polyurethane coated Cordura 500 while the outer bladder has a tougher Cordura 1000 material.

Many have appreciated the easy positioning of this BCD at surface where you can easily descend immediately courtesy of its 3 dump valves located at the shoulder, back and within the inflator system itself.

The regulator set is composed of the Seac P-Synchro 1st and 2nd Stage Regulator that has yoke valve, Seac Synchro Octopus alternate air source with a yellow-colored low pressure hose and the Seac Analog 2 Gauge Console that has a 5,000 psi (345 bars) reading capacity and depth gauge with index marks up to 260 feet (79 meters).

While having an initial glance at the SEAC submersible pressure gauge, it will give you an impression that this is just an ordinary air measuring instrument. But we tell you, looks can be deceiving. Simple and ordinary it is, but this SPG is one of the few old-school instrument that is designed for use with enriched air where it is compatible with Nitrox with a concentration up to 40%. During off season, you can either hang the regulator set or store it in its provided SEAC Padded Regulator Bag that is fully padded and has a carry handle and heavy duty zipping mechanism.

The only downside of this regulator set is that it only has 1 high pressure port where many have conceived it to be a disadvantage if you want to use multiple SPG’s to read your tank’s remaining air. But come to think of it, most of us only use one SPG and having two instruments may just complicate matters with little or benefits. Its like wearing two watches at the same time.

What does BCD stand for in scuba diving?

BCD’s are buoyancy control devices and they allow you to have buoyancy in the water. They will allow you to descend and ascend in the water at a controlled rate. Two different BCD’s you can get are the jacket style and the wing style.

Jacket Style BCD

If you are new to diving or are more recreational this will be the jacket you will most likely be wearing. You have the harness and air bladder in a single unit for simplicity and the bladder will be in the abdomen and at your back and shoulders. This gives you an even balance of air so you can control your buoyancy better.

Wing Style BCD

A wing style first of all can accommodate two tanks instead of one. The wing style also has a the bladder at the back and can make balance easier once you get used to it (only takes a few dives). It can be heavier with the backplate set up so traveling can make this more difficult but if you are a commercial diver or live somewhere where you own your own gear this is a great option as well.

Final Thoughts

There are lots of packages to choose from with lots of BCD's, regulators, hoses, dive computers and so much more. When deciding on how to buy a scuba package, the important bit is to remember what you will be using it for.  If you dive a few times a week or daily for the matter you will want something with all the bells and whistles that are durable.  If you like basic, light equipment stick with that, DO NOT try to sell yourself on I might use this or I might want this.

Enjoy your next dive trip and make sure to check our destination article for best diving in Kauai.

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