Dive gear and scuba courses at 50% off


sale extended

 

Planet Scuba India turns 12 this year.

To celebrate, we have announced our Big Anniversary Sale, with up to 50% off on dive gear and scuba courses.

Yes, you heard that right. We have slashed our prices so you can stay safe during Covid-19 by diving with your own scuba equipment. The good news is that scuba diving in India has already begun in a few places. And, it is only a matter of time before you leap into the blue again.

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SHOP NOW, PAY LATER FOR DIVE GEAR & SCUBA COURSES

What’s better than getting a 50% discount? Not having to pay the entire amount in one go. Our EMI facility at Planet Scuba India ensures  you pay for your already discounted dive gear in installments. We can’t think of a more enticing reason to pick up new scuba gear or sign up for your PADI dive course right now!

Get in touch with us on +91-9686446033 or email us at holidays@planetscubaindia.com for more details on our EMI option.

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15% OFF ON PADI COURSES IN INDIA

Learn scuba diving in India. Stay ahead of the curve by finishing the theory sessions of your PADI course, and be the first to jump into the ocean. We are offering 15% discount on: 

Fill out our contact form here or drop us an email at holidays@planetscubaindia.com and we will get right back to you. Keep an eye out for our next blog on fun PADI contests and giveaways coming soon.

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BIG ANNIVERSARY SALE

New offers on dive equipment from Aqua Lung, Apeks, Omersub and Ocean Technology Systems coming up every 10 days from August 22 – September 30, 2020. Make sure you save this link and check in later if you don’t see the discount on the dive equipment you wish to purchase right now.

Anniversary Sale of Apeks dive gear in India

August 22-31, 2020

20% OFF ON DIVE GEAR

  • Masks, including the Ocean Technology Systems (OTS) full face mask
  • Fins
  • Booties
  • Wetsuits
  • Rashguards
  • Dive computers
  • Select BCDs: Dimension, Zuma, Pro HD, Black Ice
  • Select regulators: Mikron, XTX40, XTX50, XTX200

15% OFF ON DIVE GEAR

  • Apeks Sidemount sets: XTX50 regulator kit, WSX 25 sidemount harness

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September 1-10, 2020

30-50% OFF ON DIVE GEAR

  • Select Aqua Lung Legend regulator sets
  • Dive pointer sticks

20% OFF ON DIVE GEAR

  • Masks
  • Dive computers
  • Surface Marker Buoys
  • Reels
  • Reef hooks
  • Dive torches
  • Dive knives

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September 11-20, 2020

30-50% OFF ON DIVE GEAR

  • Select Aqua Lung Legend dive bags

20% OFF ON DIVE GEAR

  • Fins
  • Booties
  • Wetsuits
  • Rashguards
  • BCDs: Zuma, Pro HD
  • Regulators: XTX40, XTX50, XTX200

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September 21 -30, 2020 

LAST IN STOCK OFFER: 30 – 50% OFF 

We extended our biggest Anniversary sale ever till September 30, 2020. Now get 50% off on select fins, masks, wetsuits, rashguards, dive computers, regulators and other dive gear. 

Download the products list here: PLANET SCUBA INDIA – LAST IN STOCK OFFER

View all products and specifications at Divestock.in

We promise some great deals in the coming days too. Message us on +91-9686446033 for more information or any queries you may have. View or download our dive equipment catalog from the links below:
Aqua Lung &amp Apeks Catalogue (.pdf)
OTS, Aqua Lung Snorkeling Catalogue (.pdf)

Zero to Advance


How long does it take to go from a non diver to a PADI-Advanced Open Water Diver? All it takes is 5 Days. WHAT?? NO WAY!! IMPOSSIBLE? It’s true. just 5 days.

It begins with 2 days of classroom lessons and pool sessions. Then take a 3 days relaxing trip to the Andamans and completing 9 dives and getting qualified as an Advanced Open Water Diver. Sure you can take the same time do a even more relaxing holiday and get qualified as an PADI-Open Water Diver. But this is me we are talking about. We got to go the whole way or no way.

But i will tell you this, it was a beautiful experience. The classroom sessions give you a feel of what to expect. I shall be honest and say some parts of it were dry but hey all classroom lessons are generally on the dry side. The pool sessions however were good. You get to learn the basic skills in a safe and conducive environment. It puts you at ease and gets you acquainted with the equipment that you will use in the open waters. Also its the best excuse to cool yourself off in this summer heat.

PADI-Open Water Diver: The first 2 days in the island was spent getting certified as a OWD ( we use short forms from here on cos, for one thing it sounds cooler. 2ndly i can’t be bothered to type out the whole thing) The first time you are on the boat and putting on your gear, there is a fleeting moment in the back of your head which says ” am i doing the right thing?” that fleeting moment soon disappears when you roll backwards from the boat to the water and is replaced with a siren that goes ” HOLY *#*$&# what the hell is happening”  But when you surface and are lazily floating, you realise this IS the life.

You begin the first couple of lessons learning to breathe normally and adjust to your surroundings. You start to feel comfortable in the water. It feels as if you are back home. You gain more confidence moving around. You start to enjoy yourself. Then it hits you. You are breathing underwater. It seems like almost 2nd nature to you. You see the corals and the fishes. This seems like the most natural thing to do. The OWD course teaches you to move underwater, performing tasks that you need to learn. Like defogging your mask (we are waiting for them to create mini internal windshield wipers) learning how to be buoyant so that you don’t crash land on top of  aquatic life. You learn and enjoy yourself at the same time. It does not get better than this.

AOWD(Advanced Open Water Diver) shall be continued in my next installment. But first i shall leave you with some pictures.