Laser Engraved ScubaTags identify your Scuba equipment or gear
Get piece of mind and make your gear say it's yours with ScubaTags. Small and tough with lots of uses:
Attach them to any gear to identify it as yours using the free split ring or cable tie that come with each tag.
Use them as super tough luggage tags.
They are a really simple and effective 'I'm in the water' system, making sure you never get left behind.
They are your personal ID and safety info whilst in the water (add known blood groups or allergy information).
They can actually be anything you want as you have total control over the design.
We have an easy on-line designer that shows you exactly what they will look like before you buy. You can choose the font, size, and position of any text, draw boxes, and add sequential numbers (great for dive centres).Try the Interactive ScubaTag Designer!
Don't forget, if you have a DAN membership number, make sure you include it in the text on the tag!
Each tag is a small discrete size (6.5 cm long by 4cm high - 2.5 inches by 1.5 inches) and comes complete with a free stainless steel split ring to help you fasten it to any piece of kit such as BCDs or Regulators. We also include a free cable tie for permanent attachment to hoses etc.
They are directly Laser engraved onto UV-resistant acrylic which make them extremely hard wearing and your information is impossible to remove without destroying the tag.
Are you a dive centre?
A lot of dive centres want ScubaTags to protect and identify their equipment. We have a special set of volume discount prices that make ScubaTags very cost effective. It is also possible to have a sequential number on each tag at no extra charge! To see how this works, click on the designer link at the bottom of this page and have a go at putting together your own ScubaTags.
Dive-Logs Contact Service
The engraved text can be whatever you want and usually includes phone, email, or address contact information. However, including an address on ScubaTags can be advertising an empty house whilst away on holiday.
We provide a free contact service that fixes this security problem. If a piece of kit is found by someone, instead of contacting you they contact us using a unique anonymous code found on the ScubaTag. We will then pass on the information to you. This contact service from Dive-Logs is free and easily added with a single click in the designer.
ScubaTags are available individually, but the more you buy the bigger the discount:
1 - 10 = £4.13(£4.95 inc VAT) each.
11+ = £3.71 (£4.45 inc VAT) each.
21+ = £3.29 (£3.95 inc VAT) each.
51+ = £2.88 (£3.45 inc VAT) each.
101+ = £2.45 (£2.95 inc VAT) each.
This discount is automatically applied by your shopping cart. For example, 5 Blue + 2 Red + 2 Green + 2 Yellow (all with different designs) equals 11 ScubaTags at a price of just £4.45 each (inc VAT).
Also, please be aware that these are made to order especially for you - the production process takes about 3 days.
Total Design Control
ScubaTags have been such a success that we have now taken the on-line design technology used in the unique Log Designer Service and applied it to the ScubaTags.
The design control that now exists for each ScubaTag is huge. You can choose from over 6 fonts for each individual piece of text on the ScubaTag, easily moving each piece of text to a precise location on the ScubaTag with a click of your mouse. You get an instant preview image to help you as you produce your perfect design. There are a set of common templates that make getting started quick and easy and cover all the favourite uses: Equipment tagging, Luggage tags, Personal identification, 'I'm in the water' systems, Dive Centre equipment tagging (with sequential numbers) etc.
Before you start designing there are a couple of points to bear in mind:
- It is also very graphical! Each time you make a choice you are shown in real time how this changes in the design. If you have a slow internet connection there are going to be times when the images will take a while to download. We've made them as compact as possible, but there is still a lot of information!
- The best way to see how it works is to have a go...