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Scuba Diving Hand Signals for Air Pressure

Scuba Diving Hand Signals for Air Pressure

Scuba Diving Hand Signals for Air Pressure are very important to make sure you don’t run Out of Air while on a dive. In this video, we show you all the Scuba Diving Hand Signals for Air Pressure.

The scuba hand signals air left should be asked every 5 to 10 minutes while scuba diving. I recommend to using this signal to ask your buddy what his/her air is every 10 minutes on a dive and your buddy doing the same back to you.

We wrote a full article explaining most common scuba diving hand signals. Please read it here:

https://www.scubadivingtips.net/scuba-diving-hand-signals.html

Besides checking your buddy, you should always check your own air frequently during the dive. I recommend every 5 minutes a quick look at your own air gauge and every 10 minutes check your buddy or/and diving students by giving this scuba hand signal. Scuba Diving Hand Signals for Air Pressure should be used a lot during any dive.

After someone asks you for your air, you should give them the right air signal back. What is very important is that many scuba divers use different hand signals. Not asking and checking new diver air signals can be a very dangerous mistake. It is not a problem at all that some people use different scuba diving and signals than others, but it is very important to agree on any scuba hand signals before a dive, especially air signals.

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Marcel van den Berg is a certified PADI Divemaster (2007), OWSI (2007), MSDT (2007), IDCSI (2008), Master Instructor (2010) and Course Director since 2011. This video and other video’s on the YouTube Channels: IDC Koh Tao Thailand and Scuba Diving Tips are for general informational purposes only. Always seek the advice of your Local Law, Scuba Diving Training Organisation, RSTC and/or your scuba diving professional that is legally teaching/guiding you scuba diving whenever you are in doubt, or following a scuba diving course / guide scuba dive under the supervision of a scuba dive professional from any worldwide dive industry recognised scuba dive organisation. Marcel (Mario) van den Berg, IDC Koh Tao Thailand and/or Scuba Diving Tips are not liable or responsible for any advice, trading tips or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site. Marcel (Mario) van den Berg, IDC Koh Tao Thailand and/or Scuba Diving Tips are not liable or responsible for any injury, financial loss, failing a scuba diving course and or loss of certification.
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