We’re delighted to boast we specialise with and offer servicing for all the main scuba equipment manufacturers, such as Mares, Apeks, Aqua Lung, Cressi, Hollis, Oceanic, Atomic & Poseidon.

We can also offer full scuba cylinder servicing, including visual and hydrostatic testing. Remember that breathing air cylinders should be visually inspected every 2.5 years and hydrostatically tested every 5 years, in-line with BS EN 1968:2002 for steel, and BS EN 1802:2002 for aluminium.

If you have a cylinder that is used for enriched air blends, this must be tested and oxygen cleaned each year!

Do I need to service my kit...?

Well to answer that, let’s ask you something: how much you value your life or the life of your buddy?

That may sound dramatic but think: your regulators provide you with breathing air underwater, keeping you alive in an environment that cannot support human life unaided. The condition of the regulators, BCD and dry suit matters!

Keeping your scuba equipment in good condition, servicing it in line with manufacturer’s & Health & Safety Executive (HSE) legislation is not only a good idea, it is one that will in certain situations protect you both personally and legally – as well as keep your valuable insurance valid.

Your scuba regulators are complex and finely balanced instruments and as such they need caring for. They need correct rinsing, storage and servicing by dedicated professionals, take care of them and they will take care of you!

Example of internal corrosion caused by water in a regulator... first stage

We know our stuff

Our service team has over 20 years of experience in recreational & technical regulator servicing. We can offer servicing on any make of scuba regulator, something that we are proud of and is unique in the area.

Service frequency (& cost)

We’re working on getting a more complete list uploaded soon, however it will vary depending on a few factors – including the type of equipment, the manufacturer, and the work that’s required from it. As a rough guide:

Regulator servicing starts at £87

BCD servicing starts at £35

Cylinder servicing starts at £60 (plus parts)

Cylinder fills start at £5

We are proud of the quality of servicing we deliver, all work is fully guaranteed and you have our word that we will treat your scuba gear as if it’s our own.

Do contact us if you’d like further details!

Need an air fill?

We have a fully HSE Compliant 300 bar filling station in house, call in; have a coffee and get a first class fill while you wait. We welcome scuba divers, air gun enthusiasts and anyone who needs the best breathing air quality air fills.