Scuba Tank Reviews - Steel Scuba Tanks

Below is a list of the most popular customer scuba gear reviews for Scuba Tanks, Steel Scuba Tanks. Click the product name to view more reviews and details about that product. For longer reviews, click the View Full Review link next to a review to read the whole review.

You can see the most helpful scuba gear reviews for scuba tanks below. Scuba.com offers gear reviews from the following manufacturers: Faber, XS Scuba and more...

XS Scuba 130 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews

XS Scuba 130 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews   130 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank

Reviewer: Alexander G. on 10/29/2013

Never run out of air again - i am a newer diver, so i kept running out of air before my dive buddies did. it was getting better, but it wasnt getting better fast enough for me. (i used to have lp95s). so i bought two of these hp130s. first of all, scuba.com did an amazing job getting to me super-quick, with just the basic free shipping! though you need to aware that they will ship with the valve packaged separately, so youll need to know how to install it. they came with a visual inspection sticker as promised (look at the tail of the shark in scuba.com sticker on your tank - thats your visual). my lds grumbled a little about wanting to compete with online, but admitted they probably wouldve have been able to beat... View Full Review

Faber 149 Cubic Foot FX Series High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews

Faber 149 Cubic Foot FX Series High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews   149 Cubic Foot FX Series High Pressure Steel Tank

Reviewer: Bruce N. on 7/13/2009

Faber 149: one great cylinder. - this is the cylinder to beat all cylinders. i have two of them (not twined) and i couldn’t be more pleased. perceived negatives: weight. not really an issue – they are only about 5 lbs heavier than a steel 120 or 130 length: not an issue either. i’m about 5’8” and have no problem at all with their size. for recreational divers that are not doing deco dives the size of these takes the “running low on air” worry out of standard dives (100+ min at 40 feet is easy). even if you are an air hog you will always finish a no-deco with air to spare. if you are a deco diver no problem (pony up to be on the safe side) but i can do 30+ min 130 fsw dive on air and still pop up on the boat with 1500 psi.... View Full Review

XS Scuba 80 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews

XS Scuba 80 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews   80 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank

Reviewer: Cara V Tufts on 11/19/2006

Ahhhh - This is a perfect little tank. I just bought one of these High Pressure 80s and love it. Its shorter by a few inches but has the same capacity as its larger cousins. The height of the tank is about the same as that of my BC so instead of having to lift my BC up (weight and all) to cinch the strap around the valve, I let my BC rest on whatever surface Im using when coupling my tank to the BC. This makes it easier for me cinch and tighten the straps. Im spoiled and will be buying another one for myself next year and, if hes good, one for my diving buddy for Christmas.

Faber 117 Cubic Foot FX Series High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews

Faber 117 Cubic Foot FX Series High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews   117 Cubic Foot FX Series High Pressure Steel Tank

Reviewer: Roderick S. on 3/17/2013

This is a very nice tank! - i use this tank for filling a pcp air rifle. almost seems a shame, as it would be a very good diving tank. i really like the white finish. it looks nice and seems very durable with reasonable care. the boot that came on the tank is decent, and it came with a very nice valve, that works well for my purpose. if the tank was to be used for diving, or handled and stored loose, i might get a different boot for it that had better built-in roll resistance, and a slightly larger base for better stability when standing upright. the tank is heavy, but that is to be expected for this type of product. it is not so heavy that it is difficult to handle and move around. overall, im... View Full Review

XS Scuba 100 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews

XS Scuba 100 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews   100 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank

Reviewer: Shaun B. on 9/24/2007

Because one sive ALM 80 does not fit all - Love this tank, for the following reasons: 1. It’s the same size as an ALM 80 tank but provides a much great safety factor. 2 It proves me with less buoyancy IE less weight to use approx 5 pounds saved. 3 it’s great for DIN and Non DIN regulators.

XS Scuba 120 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews

XS Scuba 120 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews   120 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank

Reviewer: Kristian B. on 11/20/2008

A great addition for longer dive times - We have a number of HP Steel 80s but there are times as an air hog I needed some extra time - these 120s fit the bill perfectly. They arrived, ready to be filled.

XS Scuba 119 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews

XS Scuba 119 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews   119 Cubic Foot High Pressure Steel Tank

Reviewer: David H. on 10/30/2013

Luv my tank. - Im partial to the shorter, wider tank. The Worthington 119 cu is just right for the size (24" high with valve) and high capacity (3448 psi). Its heavy but solid and the dive masters really like the XS Scuba valve with the green/red indicator so they know your air is open. I can dive over 2 hours on one tank above 50 feet...or 2 deep dives (130 ft) on one tank (with one hand on my pony bottle). I have 2 and dont like using any other.

Faber 108 Cubic Foot Low Pressure Steel Tank Reviews

Faber 108 Cubic Foot Low Pressure Steel Tank Reviews   108 Cubic Foot Low Pressure Steel Tank

Reviewer: Scott Michael on 2/17/2009

Great tank - I stepped up from an 80 cf aluminum tank. Not only do I have a lot more air, but I find that Im not having the excess buoyancy problems at the end of the dive. You will have to reposition where the tank hangs on your BCD and shed a considerable amount of lead.

Faber 133 Cubic Foot FX Series High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews

Faber 133 Cubic Foot FX Series High Pressure Steel Tank Reviews   133 Cubic Foot FX Series High Pressure Steel Tank

Reviewer: scott f. on 10/31/2013

133 Faber - Have been diving ranges from 90-120ft. Very much like the lighter weight versus standard steel tanks. Will purchase a few more in the future.


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