VR Technology Sentinel Rebreather 926 131707

Mfg Part #: 926
  • The Sentinel is an electronics-driven fully closed circuit constant PO2 design rebreather (eCCR) that provides an intelligent and easy to use life-support system (LSS). 
  • Has a single 4.8 liter back-mounted counterlung (BCL) attached via a quick-disconnect system to the canister head  
  • Comes with a bail-out valve (BOV), and is removable.  
  • The most richly featured, integrated software for a rebreather on the market, with electronics designed for intelligent monitoring.  
  • The electronics head holds the 3 oxygen sensors and the battery compartment. 
  • Auto turn-on with the detection of a PO2 drop (detection of breathing) or at greater than 1.6 atm absolute pressure (detection of depth).
  • Diver and back mounted Heads Up Displays (HUDs) configured for color blind and highly stressed divers by positioning and flashing or solid state. Vibrating alarm on diver HUD.  
  • Uses the highly reliable and easily serviceable Poseidon Xtreme first stage regulators. 
  • Lightweight stainless steel backplate designed to fit the contours of the outer case.  
  • Rechargeable
  • DEPTH: Maximum depth 100m / 330ft.
  • WEIGHT: 31kg/68lbs without cylinders
  • Available with optional CO2 monitor, 5mm Backplate, VGM, Off Board Whip Kit, Hose Covers (see below to order)

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Questions and Answers for VR Technology Sentinel Rebreather:

  • Noah:

    Hi mine son is really in to scuba diving and he want to be a Navy SEALs he is graduating high school and will be on leave to BUD/S late next july He free dives now but i want to buy a rebreather for him should i get this for him or not he has dived 7 times and counting and i just need to know what good or bad for him and since he doesnt dive a lot! Thank You, Noah

    Clarke  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Noah, Thank you for your inquiry! The VR Technology Sentinel Scuba Rebreather is one of the best units on the market and is readily from the manufacture. But your son needs to become SCUBA certified 1st before getting into rebreathers. Please give us a call tomorrow and we can discuss the process. Here’s a link to a great article about rebreathers and please note the last paragraph: http://www.scubadiving.com/training/basic-skills/rebreathers-101 http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-157/131707/VR-Technology-Sentinel-Rebreather.html If you would like to place an order or have questions about our products, please contact one of our certified Dive Instructors at SCUBA.com by calling 800-247-2822 <> 949-221-9300 or e-mail us at: info@scuba.com

  • Carlos:

    Hello, what are the differences for vr technology sentinel rebreather and Poseidon tech?? Which is better and safer? Thank you

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The Poseidon is designed more as an easy to use recreational unit. The Sentinel has deeper capability and is more of a technical unit.

  • Carlos:

    What is a good and safe rebreather that you recommend and why? Thank you. I am a recreational diver

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The Poseidon seems to be the best for recreational diving. You will need to be certified on the unit prior to purchasing. The best thing to do is contact Poseidon directly for a referral to an instructor. http://www.poseidon.com/contact

  • Mike:

    comes with harness and BC wing?

    Greg  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    No the bladder and harness come separately. Scuba Pro, Hollis and Aqua Lung make a technical harness that will work.

  • Mike:

    Greg can you give me the type and modle number of bladders and harness that you sell on the site that will fit it so I can order them all at once.

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    For more detailed information on product compatibility you can contact Greg at greg@scuba.com or the instructors at info@scuba.com

  • Huel:

    Is VR Tech available in an non-scuba design. Im researching recycable closed breathing systems for servability in a high silicate particulant invironment.

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    For information outside the realm of recreational scuba you will get more informed answers by contacting the manufacturer at 44(0)1258-859140

  • Ahmed:

    You know cause i really do intrest to get the VR Technology Sentinel Scuba Rebreather But as its not cheap ill not be able to get it and get new regular gear as well so i need to know that i could use it with all dives even with whom who still using the regular one and acourding to the air lines are you sure that they gonna allow me to trvel with my VR Technology Sentinel Scuba Rebreather

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    For more information and specifics please contact our instructors at 800-34SCUBA or info@scuba.com

  • Ahmed:

    Hello I have two question ? Im planing to get rebreather course but can i still be able to make dives with my friends who are just open water divers 2- if i buy the rebreather bcd can i get it and checked in with it on my flight over seaes Thanks for your help

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    As with any cylinder, your gas cylinder will have to be empty and the valve removed to check it on an airline. This is an FAA Safety requirement. You can dive with your buddies on regular scuba with a rebreather.

  • Ahmed:

    Thanks to your replay but im still confeused so i can get rid off my regular scuba and start useing the rebreather all the time even if my bodies doesnt i mean can i dive whith them in same time me useing rebrether and they using regular scouba

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Yes, nothing prevents your buddies from using any breathing apparatus they choose. You having a rebreather will have no effect on what they use what so ever. You will be limited by your buddies air supply, though. Even though you can stay under a great deal longer in time, they will use their air at the same rate regardless.

  • Sandy:

    Hi there, I am wishing to get my hands on this exact model of rebreather and would be extremely grateful for any assistance you are able to provide. I am happy to either purchase or hire the rebreather, it is intended for use in a large-scale film-production I am working on in New Zealand. I am after this exact model as it suits the aesthetic look of our film and will be used as a functioning prop. Thanks very much for your time.

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Unfortunately we aren''t going to be much help there. VR Technologies is no longer around.

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