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Scuba.com Launches Mobile Site For Divers On-the-Go

A new mobile-optimized version of Scuba.com makes it easy for divers to browse for and purchase scuba gear directly from their mobile devices.


Scuba.com’s vast inventory of scuba gear and snorkeling equipment is now available from anywhere thanks to the newly launched M.Scuba.com mobile site. [http://m.scuba.com/] This new mobile site offers a much faster and streamlined browsing experience for anyone accessing Scuba.com from a mobile device.  A secure shopping cart is provided as well, allowing divers to place orders while away from their computers.

This enhanced on-the-go experience is especially important in light of the recent explosion of web-enabled devices in the consumer space. Melinda Herndon, General Manager and Scuba Instructor explains the need for this new site: “With more and more consumers using mobile devices to browse the web, it is obvious that we should provide an easy way for divers to browse our site at their convenience.  Divers are natural multi-taskers so why not allow them to read customer reviews for a popular new diving computer while they’re waiting in line at the grocery store.”

The new mobile site has been designed specifically with the mobile consumer in mind, providing an easy to use version of the site that is quick to load. The new site works with any web-enabled mobile device, including iPhone, iPod touch, BlackBerry, HTC Touch, Palm and most others. Those who prefer to browse the full site can also do so from their mobile device via a simple link.

The mobile version of Scuba.com has the entire selection of diving products, along with full product details, photos and numerous customer reviews.  Both sites are fully integrated with each other, allowing divers to access all their orders from one place, regardless of which site the customer chooses to use.

Just go to M.Scuba.com [http://m.scuba.com/] from your mobile browser to get started. Be sure to check back often, since Scuba.com is continuing to expand the mobile site with new content.

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