Scuba equipment rentals

Want to go diving and do not have your full kit with you? Do you need some extra items such as torches, reels or dive computers before you go diving? 

We got your covered. We can get you fully kitted up in no time. 

 

All of our scuba diving equipment which is for rental is brand new and literally just out of the box. We only have and use in our dive shop equipment which ourselves use and can recommend. Some of the brands we have for rental are: Scubapro for BCDs, boots and wetsuits and Apeks for regulators.

We have the following equipment for rental:

  • BCDs
  • Wings
  • Sidemount harnesses
  • Regulators
  • Weight belts
  • Weights
  • Wetsuits
  • Tanks: 7L (300 Bar), 7L (aluminum – stage tanks), 8L, 10L, 11L (aluminum),12L, 15L, 18L
  • Twinsets; twins 10L or 12L
  • Boots
  • Fins
  • Masks
  • Torches
  • Compasses
  • Dive computers

Special packages available for multiple days and for return customers.

Typically our prices for rental (full kit) start from as . little as: €30 per day.

Click on the button below to check our full price list.

Equipment maintenance

If you have not had your scuba gear serviced yet, please drop us a line. We can pick up, service or repair and deliver. You can contact us by e-mail at: info@tddiving.com

Below you can find some information on some scuba gear that need to be serviced and maintained.

Regulators

Our scuba regulators are very important. This is because our regulators deliver the air (or other gases) that we need to breath underwater.

The recommendation is that scuba regulators should be serviced annually or as per the manufacturer’s instructions.

Scuba tanks maintenance

Our scuba tanks come in all shapes, materials and configurations. They can either be made of steel, aluminium or other metals. It is important that our scuba tanks are in good working order both on the inside and the outside as well.

scuba visuals

Rust that came from the inside of a steel tank. Caused by condensation from being taken from a hotter atmosphere into a cooler water.

Tank visual: Local regulations require that divers should have their scuba tanks visually inspected annually.

tank visuals

After their annual visual, a tank is affixed on to the scuba tank verifying the month and the year of when the visual was done.

BCDs

If you own your own BCD, wing or other buoyancy control device, it is important to make sure that the inflator, the bladder and valves are in good working order. It is recommended that BCDs are serviced every year or as per manufacturer’s instructions.

Make sure that you wash your BCD, wing or other buoyancy control device and also that you rinse the inside bladder as well.

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