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GLO-TOOB GT-AAA

$30.00
GLO-TOOB GT-AAA is a great addition for underwater diving in dark environments with it's 360 LED light. It is waterproof up to 60 meters. It has 3 different modes to choose from and a battery life of 4-15 hours depending on the chosen mode.

IST TA6 COMPACT STAINLESS STEEL UNDERWATER SHAKER WITH MEASURE ROD

$48.00
IST TA6 COMPACT STAINLESS STEEL UNDERWATER SHAKER WITH MEASURE ROD ・Add on clip. ・Compact plated stainless steel underwater noise maker

IST TA-5 COMPACT STAINLESS STEEL UNDERWATER SHAKER

$46.00
IST TA-5 COMPACT STAINLESS STEEL UNDERWATER SHAKER

Dive Alert PLUS

$150.00$180.00
Dive Alert PLUS is a specially designed, small, light weight pneumatic signaling device that uses quick-connect/disconnect hose couplings to become an integrated part of your power inflator. Installation is easy and takes only a moment.

Aluminium Colour Pointer with Lanyard

$35.00
Point out those tiny sea critters to your friend, knock on the cylinder as a signalling device, hold your position without stirring up silt. Made out of aluminium, this pointer is available in many different colours to match your Scuba outfit! It comes with a lanyard to be attached on your wrist,  so that you do not lose it underwater. It also comes with marking on the tip of the pointer, to measure the size and length of corals or critters. Please use this pointer responsibly, and refrain from injuring or provoking the sea critters.

Fox 40 Whistle

$19.00
Fox 40 Whistle Flawless, consistent and reliable Easy to blow and cannot be overblown Will be heard above ambient noise,

The best underwater signaling device is the Scuba Diver Alerting Device. This type of alarm creates a whistling sound when submerged, and it can be used for up to two hours before needing replacement batteries.

Underwater Signaling Devices

The Best Underwater Signaling Device is a Scuba Diving Noise Maker

They say that the best underwater signaling device must be able to work when submerged. For this reason, divers use noisemakers which they attach to their scuba gear. They make all sorts of noises depending on what kind of alerting signal would be most appropriate in any given situation; these signals are not only heard by other divers but also marine life like whales and dolphins who may need help or instruction from humans as well!