Buoyancy Compensators | 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 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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Backplates | Apeks, Dive Rite, Hollis,...
Harness Hardware and Webbing | Dive Rite, Highland Millworks, Hollis, Innovative Scuba, OMS, XS Scuba,...
Hardware & Webbing
Harnesses | Apeks, Dive Rite, Hollis,...

Apeks Buoyancy Compensators | The company that produces the premiere line of technical regulators offers you a premiere line of technical BCs. Apeks WTX components can be assembled into a highly technical rig for those trained to push the limits or scaled down to make a travel friendly rig that any diver would want to use. | Authorized Online Dealer Apeks Black Ice is a rugged, weight-integrated, back inflation BC |
Black Ice
Apeks WSX Sidemount System | Apeks, the company that produces the premiere line of technical dive gear, offers you a top of the line sidemount harness system. The WSX is a feature rich, complete sidemount harness system. The WSX comes with the bladder, harness with crotch strap, D-rings, bungee and accessory butt pack.
 The Apeks WTX system is a selection of harnesses, buoyancy cells and accessories which offer unparalleled versatility due to the modular nature of the whole system
WTX System

Aqua Lung Buoyancy Compensators | Aqua Lung is the name that first introduced the world to Scuba diving more than 60 years ago when Jacques-Yves Cousteau and Emille Gagnan developed the first "Aqua-Lung". The excitement and adventurous spirit of that first dive continues today and is reflected in Aqua Lung's dedication to quality and innovation. | Authorized Online Dealer Aqua Lung BCD Accessories |
BC Accessories
Aqua Lung Public Safety Diving BCDs |
Public Safety BCs
Aqua Lung Recreational Diving Buoyancy Compensators | BCDs
Recreational BCs 
Aqua Lung Swimmer Vests | Buoyancy Compensators | BCDs
Swimmer Vests 

Atlantic Diving Equipment | Black Ox Commercial grade buoyancy compensator Atlantic Diving Black Ox Commercial Grade BCD |
Black Ox

Hollis BCDs | Hollis brings innovation and engineering experience to the dive industry by designing the highest quality and most innovative scuba diving equipment available. Equipment designed to accommodate the beginning sport diver to the exploratory technical diver, using the most cutting edge materials and proven technologies for any condition. | Hollis Gear Buoyancy Compensators Hollis EnviroPro BC | The Enviro-Pro is the first BCD designed and developed specifically for Public Safety Divers and contaminated water situations. | Available online and at Scuba Center in Eagan, Minnesota
Hollis R.E.D.S. | Rapid Emergency Deployment System | BCDs
Hollis Sidemount Buoyancy Systems | Hollis has become a leader in the sidemount market. It is not just a fad and not just a tool for cavers, itís here to stay and is growing.

No matter where your adventures take you, SCUBAPRO has designed the perfect gear for you. | Full line of scuba diving, snorkeling and freediving equipment: regulators, BCs, computers and instruments, wetsuits and drysuits, gloves, boots, fins, masks, snorkels, bags, accessories and everything else you need to explore our watery world safely.        

Zeagle Buoyancy Compensators | Available at Scuba Center in Eagan, Minnesota  Zodiac Code 3 Public Safety Buoyancy Compensator
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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.