Future Dive-Ins at PWS:
So What is a Dive-In??? Dive-Ins are great because they allow you to still keep active knowledge wise, it is a class that you stay out of the water on dry land and out of the great northwest weather.
Oxygen First Aid for Scuba Diving Injuries - January 26 (Saturday) (non-divers welcome)
On-Site Neurological Assessment for Divers - January 26 (Saturday) (non-divers welcome)
Equipment Specialist Specialty Course - February 9 & 10 (Saturday & Sunday)
Information attachments on these dive-ins are included (or)
click on link to store calendar and click on the date for details:
All PWS Course & Store Events:
Make sure to check out our web-site for dates and details on many of these happenings. In last months e-mail we sent a schedule out, you can now go to the web-site which has all class/open water dates included and is much more informative. This will help you plan for courses and dive adventures better.
For Course Schedule at: http://www.pacifich2osports.com/dive/classschedule.php
For Dive Adventures at: http://www.pacifich2osports.com/dive/adventures.php
Web-Site Store Calendar:
If you click on the calendar on our home page this will take you to our detailed store calendar that you can check month to month what's going on. If you click on the date listed, many of the details are listed in this area, such as; time, location and more. CHECK IT OUT: http://www.pacifich2osports.com/dive/calendar.php
More NEW Products at PWS:
For the Traveler: Have you ever tried weighing you luggage before leaving on a trip? What a challenge that is and better yet when you return with more then you took...hahaha...then it's been just a guessing game.
We now have a weight scale, that is compact, light weight and will save you money in over weight charges.
Check it out: http://balanzza.com/
For the Tech Diver or diver wanting more: We now have products in stock from XS Scuba, such as;
Large & Small Cargo Pockets, Tail Weigh Pouch, V-Weight Pouch, Compact brass pressure gauge , http://www.xsscuba.com/gauge_brass.html, first stage OPV valve, 3 lengths of finger spools w/stainless steel double end snaps: 60'-100'-160', we also have 6" HP hoses for SPG, 7' LP regulator hoses and trim weight pockets.
Gear Quiz on scuba tanks (true or false):
1) The rate at which you release air from a scuba tank can affect the cylinder?
2) It is safe to bake a paint finish onto an aluminum tank as long as the baking temperature does not exceed 375 degrees F.?
3) Scuba tanks should be pressure tested before further use if dented, gouged or been in a fire?
4) The weight difference between a full and empty 80 cu ft scuba tank is approx. 6 pounds?
Answers: 1) True (why, 2) False (why not, 3) True (why, 4) True (how does this effect your diving
If you wish to learn more, then you should consider taking the Equipment Specialist Class: February 10 & 11
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