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$ 7.95
Show the world you are a Scuba Diver with our Dive Flag mouse pad!
$ 17.00
We always need to attach more stuff to our equipment to free up our hands when we need them. Lanyards for lights, cameras, gauges, game bags, or maybe even a fish stringer when spear fishing. Having a few spare clips in your gear bag is a must for the serious diver. It's a snap! This Coiled Lanyard Expands to 36"(91.4 cm). Simply Unhook the Latch with the Squeeze-Style" Quick-Release Buckle with your fingers and the Coil-is- Released, offering up to 36" (91.4 cm) of extension during use.
$ 24.95
6 Ring zippered dive log organizer Will hold SSI log book pages 6.75 x 9.5
$ 13.00
Easy to Use Iron-On Neoprene Patch
$ 11.00
Useful for when your o-ring breaks and you need to quickly replace it.
$ 20.25
The Trident Magna Clip keeps gauge console, or other accessories protected from damages and close at hand. These magnetic clips have a powerful magnet that you can attach and de-attach with one hand, while the magnetic system helps guide the locking mechanism together.
$ 11.00
This great Mini Tank O-ring Kit with Pick comes with 10 common O-Rings and the Threaded Cap has a pick to remove old O-Ring with ease. This Kit is a must for your Save-A-Dive Kit.
$ 11.00
Neoprene Cement for Repairs
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Great Dive Shop, the instructor went out of his way to explain things and he was super patient. My husband has been trying to get me Scuba certified for years and I kept putting it off, but now that I am certified, I really wish I had done it sooner. The process was a lot easier than i thought it would be, and the teacher walked us through everything in a way that was really easy to understand. after I got my certification, my husband and I decided to sign up our two kids (14, 17) and now our whole family is certified.  I would say this place is family friendly and a great place to take classes and buy equipment.

- Bertha, St. Paul, MN


Boy Scouts of America can earn their Scuba Diving Merrit Badge at the MidWest School of Diving in White Bear Lake, MN, a suburb of the Twin Cities of MInneapolis and St. Paul.