Kit officer Phil Stubbs - smiling as usual!The club has a long history of owning equipment for its members to use.

In the early days divers explored the bottom of the Thames whilst wearing sweaters and old fire service breathing apparatus, but nowadays we provide full sets of kit for both training and diving.

In this part of the website you will find details of the scuba diving kit we own which members can use for training, or hire out for general diving.There are also details of air fill prices - which are lower than commercial rates.

Air Fill Prices

The compressor bankAir fills with normal filtered or nitrox clean filtering are available at the clubhouse on Wednesday from 8pm and Friday from 9pm.

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Club Scuba Equipment Level

30052007The club owns a good range of scuba diving kit which members can use for training, or hire out for diving.

We maintain 12 aqualungs in a variety of sizes based on the indestructible Buddy commando BCD jacket and a mixture of Scubapro and Oceanic Regulators.

Novice members can use these for FREE for pool training. They can also be hired for open water training and general diving, although most people prefer to buy their own. We have a variety of cylinders in 7, 10, 12 and 15 litre sizes.

Our hire prices are well below commercial rates, but it makes sense to start getting your own kit together and it is much nicer to have your own anyway! (and there are plenty of experienced divers in the club who can give impartial advice and help novices to make good kit purchase choices).

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