Tahoe Dive Center is a full service dive shop for regulator/BC service and repair. We are also authorized to service Scuba Pro, Aqualung, Atomic Aquatics, Sherwood, Genesis, Oceanic, Aeris, and Hollis.

Regulators and BC’s purchased through Tahoe Dive Center will receive free annual service for the first year. Additionally, Scuba Pro now offers a parts for life program when BC and regulator are purchased at the same time.

Service Fees
$ 45.00

Hydrostatic testing, visual inspecton and fill

$ 10.00

Visual current eddy testing

(pre 1988 aluminum tanks)

$ 20.00

Visual inspection and fill

$ 7.50

Scuba tank, SCBA fill

$ 65, $ 6.50/fill

Air card: 10 fills

$ 100, $ 5.00/fill

Air card: 20 fills

$ 5.00

Paint ball fill/Avalanche pack fill

$ 80.00

Regulator service

Price includes labor without required parts

$ 40.00

BC Service

Price includes labor without required parts

$ 15.00

Tank Valve Service

Price includes labor without required parts

Tanks left for hydro and labor for BC and regulator service must be prepaid. Even with reminders that service is completed, there is a tendency for equipment to be forgotten.
Rental Equipment
$ 12.50/day

Air Tank

$ 20.00/day

Nitrox Tank

$ 40/day, $ 75/weekend, $95/3 days

Dry Suit

$ 75.00/day

SCUBA Kit (BC, Regulator, Tank, Weights, Wetsuit)

$ 15/day, $ 100/week

Wrist Computer

$ 10.00/day

Wetsuit/Hood

$ 20.00

Mask / Snorkel / Fins / Booties

A Word of Advice

Safe, Trusted, Accountable, & Local

Is you life worth that big auction house savings?...

We would like to caution against purchasing life support equipment through on-line auction houses. All too often such equipment needs servicing and repair (as one of our clients recently learned the hard way), plus warranties are void. Sure, sometimes one gets lucky, all too often, its a disappointment.

The same is true for certain wholesale warehouse operations that periodically sell SCUBA equipment. Such equipment is inferior in workmanship and quality, as experienced one winter day where a student’s regulator and BC both failed resulting in an aborted dive.

The SCUBA products sold at these “warehouses” are not well known, they are not set up for warranty service or repair. Service entails returning the product. We go to these facilities to purchase large quantities of other items, not life support equipment.

Purchasing new equipment through on-line retailers is another issue, sending equipment for annual service and addressing warranty concerns.

We are a local dive shop and provide tested quality products from top retailers, warranties, annual required service, customer service, and in-person experts in the industry you can trust.