January 28, 2016

Your Role In Maintaining Your Regulator

Maintaining Your Regulator The regulator is one of the integral part of you scuba diving equipment and is required to be working correctly 100% of the time to ensure a safe diving experience. It is also a fairly sizeable investment, and should be cared for as such, to ensure many years of worry free usage. For these reasons, it is essential that you follow your manufacturer’s […]
February 13, 2016

Suunto Recalls Air Hoses Used With Scuba Gear Due To Drowning Hazard

Units About 1,300 in the U.S. Description The recalled black rubber high pressure air hose is used with submersible pressure gauges and dive computers. The hose has silver fittings on both ends and “5000 PSIG PRESSURE TESTED – MADE IN THE U.S.A,” the batch code “1812” and the product code are printed on it. The hoses were sold separately and as a component of the […]
February 13, 2016

Trident Diving Equipment Recalls High-Pressure Scuba Diving Air Hoses Due to Drowning Hazard

Recall Details Units About 200 Description The recalled air hoses are high-pressure scuba air hoses with a black, smooth rubber outer covering. They are about five millimeters in diameter and 32 or 36 inches long. These hoses connect the regulator to the tank pressure gauge. The phrase “Scuba Diving High Pressure hose I.D. 3/16 (4.76 mm) W.P. 5000 PSI Exceeds SAE 100RT braid with Kevlar […]
February 13, 2016

Technosport Recalls Omersub Scuba Mask Due to Injury Hazard

Recall Details Units About 2,600 Description The diving mask is designed to cover the eyes and nose. The mask and strap are made with soft black rubber, with hard rubber around the two glass lenses. “O.M.E.R.” appears on the forehead area of the mask in raised letters. The UPS Code 801 773 612 2298 and Omersub MFG Part #603NCF appear on the original packaging. Incidents/Injuries […]