By this point you realize you need equipment to Bali scuba dive. You may be well on your way to owning a complete set. So. you're probably already familiar with basic types of  Bali scuba dive equipment. But you may not be as familiar with some of the specific features or options that apply to each type, or what separates equipment aimed primarily at snorkeling from equipment intended for Bali scuba diving. Also, you may not yet be aware of some equipment you'll use. 

This subsection looks at equipment basics for masks, snorkels, fins, BCDs, scuba tanks, regulators and submersible pressure gauges, each of which you'll use during your confined water dives.While you'll learn the basics here, keep in mind that Bali scuba dive gear comes in myriad styles and col-ors that makes it comfortable and stylish as well as functional. What types work best for you will depend on your preferences, the type of Bali scuba diving activities that interest you, where you'll be Bali scuba diving and other variables. Your PADI Bali scuba Dive Center, Resort or Instructor can show you the different types and models that best suit your needs.

Patrpose, It's not earth-shattering news that you need a mask to see underwater. Why you need it is that light behaves differently in water than in air, and your eyes focus accord ing to how light behaves in air. That's why water makes everything blurry. The mask creates an air space so your eyes can focus.

When buying a mask, don't skimp. Get a good one specifically designed for Bali scuba diving that fits you properly. If you think about it, in warm As you learned, the mask creates an air space you must equalize during descent to prevent mask squeeze. That's why the mask must enclose your nose. Goggles, which cover only the eyes without enclosing your nose can't be equalized. They're fine for surface swimming, but they're not acceptable for BAli scuba diving.