Minnesota's Scuba Equipment and Accessory leader | Scuba Center has been selling quality scuba diving and snorkeling equipment since 1973. You will find a wide selection of scuba and snorkeling equipment at both our Minneapolis and Eagan, Minnesota locations.


Scuba Center Public Safety Diving and Water Rescue Equipment | Scuba Center in Eagan, Minnesota is your leading source for water rescue equipment in the Midwest. Contact us for questions or details.

Scuba Center is a SAM ( formerly CCR ) registered supplier for the United States Government.  Our customers include: U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Navy, U.S. Federal Government Agencies, Law Enforcement Agencies, Search and Rescue (SAR) Teams, Fire Departments, State and Local Government agencies, Commercial Diving Companies, School Districts, Television and Movie production companies, and many others.
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Scuba Accessories

Scuba Diving Accessories | Adapters and Swivels
Scuba Accessories | Oxygen Analyzers 
Oxygen Analzyzers
 Scuba Diving Accessories | Dive Bags and Luggage | Regulator Bags 
Gear Aid Revivex Wet Suit and Dry Suit Shampoo | Scuba Center
Cleaning Products
Sea Gold Mask Defog | Available at both Scuba Center locations in the Twin Cities: Eagan, Minnesota and Minneapolis Minnesota.
 First Aid Kits and Emergency Response Equipment Bags | Police | Fire | EMS | Water Rescue
First Aid & Emergency
 Scuba Accessories | BC Hangers, Drysuit Hangers, Wetsuit Hangers,...
 Scuba Diving Accessories | Hardware and Webbing
 Scuba Accessories | Regulator Hoses
Dive Lights | Diving Accessories
 Gear Aid Zipper Cleaner and Lubricant | Scuba Center
Lubricants and Protectants
 Scuba Diving Accessories | Finger Spools and Reels
Reels and Spools
Scuba Accessories | Dive Slates | Use them for note taking, back up deco schedules, or as a safety communication device.
Gear Aid Seal Cement™ Contact Cement for Neoprene | Neoprene Wetsuit Cement
Suit Repair and Maintenance
Scuba Accessories | Whistles

While these are excellent reference materials, in no way should this information be considered a replacement for proper training for the specific type of diving in which you plan to participate.