There are many dive shops in Kona. Some offer Kona scuba dive gear repair on a very limited basis and others charge a premium price for a standard service. Kona Honu Divers offers both great service and reasonable prices on all of your Kona scuba dive gear repair needs.

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Pricing

  • Computer Battery change: $34.95
  • Transmitter Battery Change $24.95
  • Computer & Transmitter Battery Change $49.95
  • BCD service: $29.95
  • 1st stage service: $39.95
  • 2nd stage service: $39.95
  • Transmitter battery change: $24.95
  • 30 min additional labor: $34.95

How to check if your dive  gear needs servicing

Check out our FAQ’s below for service intervals and repair questions.


Don’t wait too long to service your gear!

Brands we service

  • Atomic
  • Cressi
  • ScubaPro
  • Oceanic
  • Hollis
  • Aqualung
  • Apeks
  • HOG
  • Sherwood
  • Suunto

Ask us anything!

    A regulator is one of your most important pieces of equipment. Without it scuba diving is not possible. Check out this article if you’re wondering how often you will need to service your regulator set. If you’re in search of kona scuba dive gear repair, Kona Honu Divers maintains our regulators proactively to ensure their proper functioning before problems arise. We want to make it easy and inexpensive for you to maintain your gear so we offer reasonable pricing. If you’re visiting Kona and you find your gear is not working as expected bring it by. We offer free testing and quick turn around times. Often times a simple battery change can make a non-functioning dive computer into a useful piece of equipment. Our Repair technicians are experts, trained and certified in the tools and techniques of repair. Kona Honu Divers has invested in the proper equipment necessary to pressure test your computers and transmitters. This means you can be sure your fresh battery change won’t lead to a flooded computer. We rigorously test and inspect each piece of equipment after repair to ensure it’s proper functioning. Our dive shop is committed to excellence and we do our best to carry parts on hand so we can provide quick turnaround times for repairs so you can get back in the water. Scuba repairs can be a pain so we’ve made it easy. Just drop your gear off and we will give you a call when it’s ready to be picked up. In some cases it may even be possible to perform the repair on the spot!

    Our technicians have seen everything from faulty repairs to second stages filled with unimaginable filth. We are happy to polish up your gear till it works like it did when it was new. 

    We want to make it easy and inexpensive for you to maintain your gear so we offer reasonable pricing. If you’re looking for scuba repair near me then you won’t be dissapointed.

    Do you have an old regulator that has seen better days? Turn it in for credit towards a new one! We also service, dive lights, BCDs, scooters, pressure gauges, masks, snorkels, fins and more.

    Many Kona dive shops offer some level of servicing but often don’t do everything well. When it comes to scuba repair there are three main concerns:

    • Cost
    • Competency
    • Timeliness

    Cost

    Kona Honu Divers strives to offer a low price guarantee. This means that compared to the other major shops you know you’ll be getting a good deal on your scuba repair. We also rent and sell only Atomic Regulators. This means if you buy one from us you’ll save money on service costs. Here’s why.

    Competency

    Our dive shop staff are highly trained and experienced in handling scuba equipment. We are all serious divers with a love for the sport so we understand how important it is to handle your gear properly. Getting it right the first time is our priority.

    Timeliness

    Our technicians work hard. This means we repair your gear as soon as we are able. Kona scuba dive gear repair requires your repair center has the parts, tools, and the know-how to get the Job done right and in a timely manner. If we aren’t able to get it done in the time you require we will let you know, but often our turn-around times are much better than industry standard.

    Bring your dive gear by and you will see why locals recommend us for your Kona scuba dive gear repair. Kona dive shops are not all created equal and we’d be happy to prove to you why locals love our shop. We try our best to make it painless to get you back to diving again.

    BCDs can be tricky to repair. Usually we won’t repair the bladder and there are many different parts for bcds that are difficult to source. We do our best to keep major BCD brand parts in stock being one of the few Kona dive shops to carry many major parts.

    A regulator is one of your most important pieces of equipment. Without it scuba diving is not possible. Sometimes the pressure in a regulator’s first stage will drift out of specification. This means it will provide too much pressure causing the second stage to free-flow or not enough pressure causing the second stage to breathe with difficulty. By bringing your reg set in for a bench test we can examine the root of the problem at no cost to you. Kona Honu Divers maintains our rental fleet of regulators proactively to ensure their proper functioning before problems arise. We carry the Atomic brand of regulators because they offer the best performance and the highest reliability with the lowest maintenance requirement of any regulator currently on the market. This means you can spend more time and money on diving and less time in the dive shop.

    If you own a piece of dive equipment that is not listed above give us a shout. We are often able to service brands that we do not carry parts for or we can find someone who does. If you’re not sure if your gear needs servicing come by the shop and take advantage of our free bench test where we’ll give your dive gear a good once over, checking that it is within specifications. Often when it comes to scuba repair it’s a quick and simple fix to get things in order.

    Be sure to check your gear before you dive if it’s been a while between trips. Watch the video above to see how to check your gear for it’s proper functioning. To test your regulator you will need access to a pressurized scuba tank. Your BCD, fins, mask, and snorkel can be checked more easily. If you do find an issue or you just want to be safe bring it by our shop and we’ll be happy to take a look at your gear at no cost. Kona Honu Divers is happy to provide kona scuba dive gear repair services to the Big Island diving community.


    Frequently Asked Questions

    How often do I need to get my regulator serviced?

    • Atomic: Needs to be serviced every 2 years or 300 dives
    • Apeks: Needs to be service at least once every year or 100 dives whichever comes first
    • Aqualung: Needs to be service at least once every year or 100 dives whichever comes first
    • Oceanic: Needs to be service at least once every year, 100 dives, or after 6 months with no use whichever comes first.
    • Zeagle: Needs to be service at least once every year or 100 dives whichever comes first
    • Hollis: Needs to be service at least once every year, 100 dives, or after 6 months with no use whichever comes first
    • ScubaPro: Needs to be serviced every 100 dives or no longer than once every 2 years, whichever comes first.

    Check out our blog detailing service interval and costs of ownership.

    How do I know if my gear needs servicing?

    Bring it into the shop for a free bench test where we’ll go through all of your gear and check it over thoroughly for you. Or fill out our ask us anything and we’ll reach out to you.

    Why bother getting my gear inspected / serviced?

    It’s important to have your gear inspected and regularly serviced for a few reasons. This is life support equipment, without it we would not survive underwater. It is important to have peace of mind down deep that everything is in proper working order and safe to use. Additionally, by having your gear serviced at regular intervals it can prevent much larger issues that require replacing expensive parts if corrosion has begun causing too much damage to the metal.

    I have an old regulator set & computer but I don’t want to get rid of it. What should I do?

    Take advantage of manufacturer’s like Atomic and Oceanic’s Trade-In programs. You can get a discount on a new set of gear by bringing in your old computer or regulator set.

    How do I know if my Tank is ok to use?

    There are 2 markings on every scuba tank that will show you when it was last checked.

    1. A VIP sticker is a sticker on the shoulder top of the tank that tells the person filling when the tank was last visually inspected. It needs to have been checked within the last year.
    2. A hydro stamp is a stamp that marks the outside of the tank with the date it was last hydrostatically tested. If it was tested within the last 5 years its good to go. If not it must have it’s valve removed and be sent in for a hydrostatic test. At this time a new VIP sticker will be installed.

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