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Reviewer: Marc StClairPerfect Lube...a must for a save-a-dive kit! - Small 2 ounce tube size container of the recommended MCG111 part number lube for equipment being used with higher mixtures of oxygen (Nitrox) or technical diving air mixtures. A very small amount goes a long way for lubricating O-rings, gaskets, and seals. This stuff is 100 times better than regular silicone because it lasts longer and does not break down with heat or the climate. Plus, silicone is NOT recommended on diving equipment that uses higher percentage of oxygen mixtures. Silicone and higher mixtures of oxygen when combined can present real hazards. I purchased this product when I had to replace O-rings in my regulator hoses, dive computer quick disconnects, and other...View Full Review
Reviewer: Forest RothchildSave a dive (and a head ache) - This little box has already be a dive saver for a couple of my buddies. I am Mr. gadget and in my scuba tool box has just about every thing one would need to save a dive. This has mask strap, fin strap, buckles, etc... You cant go wrong, because sooner than later you will need something in this little box. Definitely worth the purchase.
Reviewer: Tanya ParsonsVery handy - Use it all the time
Reviewer: JOHN FRASERlooking forward to a longer hose life - i got this MIFLEX regulator hose for its supposed longevity. as a part of my regulator system, it performs adequately and the same as the conventional one it replaced, which is what i expected. there are two things worthy of note: 1. the day glow yellow color which i chose is extremely visible and that was commented on by my dive buddies. 2. the hose is very slick. i think that helps prevent external wear. it is so slippery, however, that the hose slips thru the clip which i use to fasten it on my bcd. i had the old hose fastened so that the regulator was on my right shoulder and close to my mouth. now, the regulator end of the MIFLEX slips from my shoulder all the way down below my waist,...View Full Review
Reviewer: Al V.Compact and Works - Its not pretty and can be frustrating, as the wrenches can fold back into the tool if it isnt oriented correctly but has most of the tools needed to do site work on your gear and makes it difficult to over-tighten things (which I have a tendency to do). It gets passed around a lot at dive sites. Theres always something that can use an adjustment and Im amazed how many people bring no tools at all on a dive. Well see how well it holds up to the marine environment but it seems well made of good materials and even if it corrodes after a while, its an inexpensive bit of save-the-dive insurance.
Reviewer: David C.In the middle - Kind of in the middle of this item..... It is an interesting tool and I am sure it would come in handy should the need.
Reviewer: Burton PittlerA quality pony bottle pressure guage that wont fit my needs - I am delighted with my SpareAir & after dive jacket that I purchased from you. However when I opened the pony bottle pressure guage, I found out that it will need an special adapter to work on my pony bottle regulator, which was made by Healthhways, but still works well. The problem is, that the pony bottle quage has a new standard high pressure port fitting & the Healthways 1st stage regulator has a high pressure port, but the size of the port is for a low pressur hose. I wanted to replace the Scubapro pressure guage, with a low pressure fitting that is attached to the high pressure port, but I am precluded from doing that with the new guage, unless I can find an adapter with a low...View Full Review
Reviewer: Ryan YuenA Bag that depends on the User. - first off: i have a sherwood magnum reg with 3 hoses, the primary reg, bc power-inflate hose for an integrated air, and a sherwood insight compact console. moving onto the bag: - back-outside pocket very tight (for papers only) - console sleeve/protector inside bag, stitched to the backside, one way opening oriented to bottom corner of bag - heavy duty-easy slide zipper (will not slide open) - thick protective outside material - dries easily when wet depending on how your reg is set up may make or break this bag. i had to reconfigure my hose placement to get the reg to fit. before, the first stage was oriented at too much of an angle and the hoses looked stressed. the console...View Full Review
Reviewer: Steven P.Something so simple, yet so great - Just returned from a diving trip to the BVI so finally got a chance to try this regulator necklace for the first time (had never used one before). Now when I am getting ready, my regulator is not loose and flopping around. Also, when in the water, it is not unusual for my buddy and I to snorkel to to our dive spot at the beginning of the dive and back to the boat at the end of the dive. When we did this, I knew exactly where my regulator was. Very comfortable to wear. So simple and a great way to keep your regulator location under control.
Reviewer: Scott MichaelGreat for streamlining and reducing jaw fatigue - I got this idea from a friend of mine whom had a Sherwood Maximus Regulator. It has a 120 angle that allowed him to loop the LP hose from his 2nd stage to his 1st stage under his right arm. I hooked up the Omniswivel in a similar fashion to my S600 The Omniswivel is even better than a fixed bend like my friends Maximus, as the hose is free too move in any direction, thus decreasing strain on my jaw. Since the hose runs under my right arm, it is harder for my hose to snag. Since I have an alternate Inflator/Regulator instead of a separate Octo, the swivel lets me spin my primary regulator around so that the recipient can use it w/o kinking or putting a bend in the regulator...View Full Review
Reviewer: Al V.Fun way to store your O-Rings - Its cute and always gets a laugh at the dive site. Probably because the red tank matches the colour of my multi-tool. Im not exactly fashion-conscious - none of my gear matches in colour or brand. It would be good if the kit included a hose o-ring or two as well as the tank rings, but it doesnt. Not as if they cost a whole lot to add. Theres plenty of room for a lifetime of O-rings. Havent used it as a key chain - it lives in my save-the-dive box but I know at least one diver who has used hers for her car keys for a long time.
Reviewer: robert dixonI always had a problem withdry mouth while diving - This product is excellent - unlike many, I prefer a "wet" regulator - always have - now, with the emphasis on "dry" a product like this is excellent. The company has done a poor job of getting the word out - as Im constantly asked "What is that" - but I love it - have used it for almost 10 years - my previous one had a slight crack, so I had to replace it.
Reviewer: Richard LincolnScuba Deluxe Round Protective Regulator Bag Review - $29.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - No issues with this bag. If fits the regulator with space for a dive computer with ease. The round shape ensures all hoses are not bent too far during travel. If you need a regulator bag this one met my needs and will likely meet yours.
Reviewer: Peter Z.Apollo Bio Filter Moisture Wick Review - $18.00 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - If you have Bio Filter you know how it makes your diving even better by adding moisture to your air so that your throat doesnt feel like the Sahara after about 30 minutes - But after multiple uses the moisture wick needs to be replaced to keep the air moist and safe
Reviewer: Dale B.Submersible Systems Spare Air Travel Pack Review - $15.96 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - Makes a nice clean area to carry your spare air. The clear plastic makes it easy for security to view it. Ive flown to Aruba as well as the Fla keys with it now and have had no issues.
Reviewer: Chris HudsonXS Scuba Din To Yoke Regulator Adapter Review - $39.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - For the price, the XS Scuba Din to Yoke adapter cant be beat. Its well made and worked great with no issues. I could have spent $150.00 on another adapter and would have had no more success than I did with this one. $39.00 well spent.
Reviewer: Ronald B.Promate Regulator Swivel Adapter Review - $24.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - Havent had a chance to use it yet, but it looks to be a great idea to prevent pulling on hose, which can cause jaw fatigue, and promote more comfort.
Reviewer: Steven P.Relief at last - For years, I have been fighting a stiff regulator hose that seemed to want to pull the regulator out of my mouth unless I kept firm pressure on the mouthpiece. Needless to say, this was not an ideal situation. I just returned from a week of diving in the BVI and I could not be happier. The Rhino hose was really flexible and my regulator felt great in my mouth. Bottom line, it worked as advertised!