We have produced 60 high-quality dive videos covering a wide range of scuba diving topics, with more videos being added each week.
Irvine, CA (PRWEB) August 26, 2009
If a picture is worth a thousand words, a moving picture is worth so much more. Scuba.com's scuba diving videos site is an effective way for scuba divers to learn more about scuba diving, scuba gear, and snorkeling equipment in an easy and engaging way. All videos are produced and hosted by Scuba.com's diving instructors.
"We have produced 60 high-quality dive videos covering a wide range of scuba diving topics, with more videos being added each week." said Melinda Herndon, co-founder of Scuba.com.
The scuba videos are organized by subject matter and all videos can be rated with a 5-star rating system to help divers find the right videos to answer their questions. Further product information is provided next to each video, along with links to relevant resources on Scuba.com. The snorkeling and diving videos can be sorted by rating or alphabetically so divers can quickly find the relevant videos they are interested in.
The dive videos featured on Scuba.com teach a wide range of topics including: specific scuba gear, gear demonstration videos, and maintenance videos. Scuba gear video reviews cover specific products such as the new Sealife DC-1000 Digital Camera and the Sea & Sea DX-1200HD. General buying guide (demonstration) videos cover topics such as how to assemble a regulator, or how to understand the different types of diving octos. The scuba maintenance videos explain how to properly care for your dive gear such as how to properly wash and maintain your BCD (Buoyancy Compensator Device) after diving, or how to clean your diving wetsuit.
Some of the top-rated diving videos on Scuba.com include: tips on how a diving wetsuit should fit, underwater camera video reviews, dive computer videos (including instructions on how to change the battery on a scuba diving computer), scuba regulator videos, and even videos explaining underwater scooters (dive propulsion vehicles).
Since new videos are being produced each week, Scuba.com is asking the diving community what videos they would like to see. There are two polls on the right side of the main video page where anyone can suggest what types of dive videos they would like to see so that Scuba.com can provide the content most helpful to scuba divers everywhere.
These videos are free to view at http://www.Scuba.com/Video. Divers everywhere are encouraged to take advantage of these informative and helpful scuba videos. The newly expanded Scuba.com video site has the goal of providing helpful, easy to follow advice to assist all scuba divers and snorkelers.