Aqua : Picture 1 regular

3/8" Male to 3/8" Female with Swivel, Regulator Adapter

SKU: AQUHAA46 MFR: AA46 12239

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Aqua : Picture 1 regular

About 3/8" Male to 3/8" Female with Swivel, Regulator Adapter

Tired of your second-stage hose tugging at your mouth when you turn your head? Using a swivel adapter can eliminate this annoying problem. Your second-stage hose will have a lot more maneuverability when attached to a swivel. Swivel is made of corrosion resistant marine chrome plated brass for strength and durability comes with standard hose O-ring so it's ready for installation. Easy to install in 1'st stage LP port with a 3/16" hex key wrench and is designed for 200 psi (13.8 bars) or less.

3/8" Male to 3/8" Female with Swivel, Regulator Adapter Features

  • LP Port Swivel, Regulator Adapter
  • Reduces Tugging at Mouth of 2'nd Stage LP Hose
  • Increased Head Maneuverability
  • Corrosion Resistant Construction
  • Material: Marine Chrome Plated Brass
  • Strong and Durable Design
  • Complete with Standard Hose O-Ring
  • 3/8" Male to 3/8" Female Thread
  • Installation Wrench: 3/16" Hex Key
  • Low Pressure Only - Below 200 psi (13.8 bars)

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
MIKE J  To streamline my hoses. This gives me a right angle and enables me to use a shorter inflator hose in a straighter line and get rid of the big loop at the 1st stage behind my head.
HARRISON B  It cleaned up my reg hose profile and it will extend the life of the hose as well.
GARY B  Needed flexibility on the 1st stage regulator of my Daeger Dolphin rebreather with longer MyFlex hoses
Shopper  has anyone had problems with this fitting leaking ???
Darby R  Hello, No, I didn't have any problem with it leaking. Is it coming from the "o-ring" at the base, or from the swivel? If the swivel, take it off the reg, and press the shaft out and check the "o-rings" in side, there should be two. Sometimes, they can get cut/torn during assembly. A little silicone grease on it before re-assembly helps with this. Hope this helps, Darby Reid RLTW
IOANNIS B  I never had a problem with it , all I had to do is lubricate the o rings and check it before and after a dive.
HARRISON B  I have had no trouble through 16 months and almost 40 dives.
DANIEL L  None at all thus far, I have had it for less than a year and have regular use (swiveling) with it over about 75 dives, including surviving international baggage handling. As this ages I have an eye to the o-rings which appear to be easy to self replace. I use this for a dry suit inflator to route the hose, I am more comfortable with that use as opposed to breathing air supply. The Omni-Swivel brand are best, I have both and with I only had Omni-Swivel.
JUDI S  I have had this for over 6 years now without a problem. I just make sure each year I grease or change the o-ring.
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