£8 for a Discover Scuba Diving class, plus a £50 voucher towards an Open Water diving course, worth £75 from London Diver Training!
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£8 for a Discover Scuba Diving class, plus a £50 voucher towards an Open Water diving course, worth £75 from London Diver Training!

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Found 1st Dec 2010
* 89% off
* Your kgbdeal includes a Discover Scuba Diving experience (including equipment) plus a £50 voucher to spend on an Open Water Diving course
* Please call 07956 346114 or email [email protected]londondivertraining.co.uk to book your class, quoting your kgbdeals reference number
* Advanced booking is required
* Classes are subject to availability

Everyone loves a to-do list, but have you ever made a check-list of experiences you aim to tick off in your lifetime? At kgbdeals HQ, our personal ambitions pretty much start and end with finding you the best deals at the best prices in the best city! And with that in mind, our kgb Agents have sourced you a fab scuba diving taster class. For just £8, why not give diving a go at London Diver Training? With a £50 voucher to spend on an Open Water Diving course too, you can really take the plunge (and save 89%)!

what's in the deal?
Your 90-minute Discover Scuba Diving experience will begin with a safety and equipment induction, and then it’s into the pool for the real learning. During your lesson you'll learn how to breathe underwater as part of a steady introduction to the world of scuba diving - all under the supervision of an instructor. You're under no obligation to book another class, but as part of your kgbdeal, you can enjoy £50 off an Open Water Diving course if you want to step up your skills!

about London Diver Training
Offering a range of PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) approved courses, London Diver Training is a top choice for scuba instruction. London Diver Training was set up by three friends with a passion for underwater discovery, and they’ve really made a splash

2 Comments

good deal if you want to learn over here, flippin cold though

Just been for a scuba try dive with my local BSAC club.

Spent 30 minutes being introduced to the equipment and almost the full hour in the water. It only costs £10 so the saving here isn't great but £50 off the PADI course is quite good.

I would suggest anyone thinking of scuba lessons should do some reading regarding PADI vs BSAC with an open mind and pick the approach that is best suited to them.
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