Question about Scuba Diving & Snorkeling
I agree with denx7d, you would be safer with a 13cu.ft pony tank but if you still want to stay with the spareair, then send it back to the manufacturer. I've wasted $ and time by having my local reg repair guys fix my slow leak. The factory hydro'ed and basically rebuilt the regulator part so it's almost new. Got it back and carried it with me on 20 dives, used it twice while snorkeling when I wanted to go deep to take a photo op. All good still.
Posted on Mar 12, 2013
Good luck with that...... A MUCH more reliable way to go is a small pony bottle, say a 13cf with an inexpensive reg and a pressure gauge /plug or better yet a regular SPG.. That way you have a real reg with a whole lot more air with which you can more comfortably share air or hopefully save yourself or do a bit of a safety stop on the way up.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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