Documents library for diving equipment

We feel there is a need for an easy to search centralized library of documents. Because there is one thing often overlooked with equipment. Understanding the proper use, the safety notices, and the limitations. This is why manufacturers and distributors provide the user, owner or instructions guides, and manuals for their products. Now with quick access to the internet, they are often offered online. Quickstart guides are still popular but do not provide complete information. This made people less inclined to go look for, download and read them. Our goal is to make it as easy and convenient as possible to access all this information.

Technological advancements lead to big progress in diving equipment. Gear now widely used such as computers facilitate diving. eCCR or fully controlled electronic rebreathers are slowly emerging in recreational diving. By lowering the learning curve or simplifying logistics, preparation, and operation. It is now much more accessible and can appeal to a greater number of people. The drawback is that less and fewer divers have a profound understanding of underlying physics and mechanics of diving and the gear used for it.

How much lift a wing can provide. When and how to properly maintain, clean and store equipment. What does this blinking warning mean on the dive computer? Many people skip reading the manuals or eagerly only read the quickstart guide. It is common for dive professionals to get asked how a piece of equipment works just a few minutes before the dive. Or worse, after the dive is completed.

Being unaware of how to properly operate, use and the limitations of equipment can lead to problems or serious and dangerous situations.

For this reason, we have decided to put online an extensive yet incomplete library of documents. This ranges from general manuals, quickstart guides, additional or revised documents. It also has many older documents that can be useful for vintage gear collectors. Some are pieces of history in diving.

This document library does not include schematics, maintenance and services manuals or spare parts lists. Some manufacturers include this information in the normal public manuals. But for most, they are provided as separate. Sometimes they are made available only to authorized and certified technicians. If you are looking for such manuals you can visit the other library of documents for professionals and technicians.

Name Downloads File Size Thumbnails
Users and Owners Manuals, Documents, Software, Catalogs
   4th Element
   Aeris
   Akona
   AP Diving
   Apeks
   Apollo
   Aqualung
   Aquamundo
   Aquatec
   Aquatica
   Atomics Aquatics
   Barakuda
   BARE
   Bauer
   Beuchat
   Blue Steel
   Body Glove
   Cochran
   ColtriSub
   Cressi
   Dacor
   Deep 6
   Deep Sea
   Dive Rite
   Dolphin Tech
   Drager
   DUI
   Fantasea
   Force Fin
   Garmin
   Gates
   Genesis Scuba
   Go Cavern Diving
   Green Force
   Gull
   H2Odyssey
   Halcyon
   Healthways
   Heinrichs Weikamp
   Henderson Divewear
   Hollis
   Ikelite
   Innerspace Marine Systems
   Inon
   Interspiro
   Intova
   IST Proline
   JJ CCR
   Jurgensen Marine Inc
   Kirby Morgan
   KISS Rebreathers
   Le Prieur
   Light & Motion
   Light Monkey
   Liquivison
   Manta Industries
   Mares
   Nardi
   Nauticam
   Nautilus
   Nemrod
   NeoSport
   Oceanic
   Oceanreef
   OMS
   OTS
   Otter
   Oxycheq
   Pinnacle Aquatics
   Poseidon
   Prosub
   Ratio
   rEvo
   Saeko Dive
   Santi
   Scubamax
   Scubapro
   Sea and Sea
   Sea Pearls
   SEAC
   Sealife
   SeaQuest
   Seasoft
   Seatec
   Seemann Sub
   SF-2
   Shearwater Research
   Sherwood Scuba
   Spare Air
   Sporasub
   Subgear
   SubGravity
   Submerge Scooters
   Subsalve
   SUEX
   Suunto
   Tilos
   Tusa
   UK Sumps
   Underwater Kinetics
   NeoSport
   UWATEC
   Vobster Marine Systems
   XDeep
   XS Scuba
   Zeagle

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