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Intermediate Pressure Gauge with BC Quick Disconnect Fitting

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About Intermediate Pressure Gauge with BC Quick Disconnect Fitting

Knowing the difference between a Simple Second Stage Leak and a Malfunctioning First Stage Regulators Intermediate Pressure (IP) can make the difference between Annoying Leaks verses a Major Problem. This Compact, Ultra-Lightweight, Intermediate Pressure Gauge is Ready-to-Go with you anywhere. It's perfect for helping Diagnose Regulator Problems when you're away from the Shop Gauge is designed to Simply Plug-into-Any Standard BC. Low-Pressure Inflator Hose Quick-Disconnect (QD) Coupling and can give you Instant Diagnostic Information of any IP Problems. Gauge has an Impact Resistant Rubber Boot, reads up to 300 psi (20 bars) and has a Chrome Plated Marine Grade Brass QD Fitting.

The Intermediate Pressure Gauge with BC Quick Disconnect Fitting is commonly used for All Diving Applications, Professional, Recreation and more. The Intermediate Pressure Gauge with BC Quick Disconnect Fitting is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced Diver, Professional among others. The Intermediate Pressure Gauge with BC Quick Disconnect Fitting is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Intermediate Pressure Gauge with BC Quick Disconnect Fitting: Easy To Use, Functional, Improves Diving Experience, Lightweight, Solid Construction.

Intermediate Pressure Gauge with BC Quick Disconnect Fitting Features

  • Ultra Lightweight Intermediate Pressure Gauge
  • 300 psi (20 bars) Readout
  • Impact Resistant Rubber Boot
  • Chrome Plated Marine Grade Brass QD Fitting
  • Allows Regulator Diagnostics on the Go
  • Increased Dive Safety!
  • Know Difference Between Simple Second Stage Leak and Malfunctioning First Stage Regulator
  • Great Save-A-Dive Kit Item

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Most Liked Positive Review


Keep ahead of reg problems

To me this is like checking the oil in your car -- and just as easy. By monitoring your IP frequently you stay ahead of potential problems BEFORE you find yourself on a dive trip with a bad 1st stage. I actually gauge my service intervals for my regs based on this.


Most Liked Negative Review


Light Use Guage

Cheap and light plastic gauge. I wouldn't expect too much in the way of long term use or durability. I bought it because it was inexpensive, just for quick checks of my own equipment.

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Nice tool


from Citrus Heightz, CA, US

Perfect to check a new reg before a trip. Did a pool test and used the gauge to adjust the pressure to stop a slight free flow.


Handy diagnostic tool


from Jackson , MO, US

I like the size and that is vinyl covered. It's size is perfect for a save a dive kit where space and weight are at a premium. I have checked the readings with my other gages and the readings were the same. A handy item at a great price.


Nice to have for field adjustment.


from Key West, FL, US

Good intermediate pressure gauge. Just make sure to purge inflator hose of water prior to use.


great value


from Key West, FL, US

Arrived quickly and works well. I have only used it for a few weeks but it is accurate and looks well made.


Essential piece of equipment


Check 1st stage regulator pressure before dives.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
ROGER B  might help diagnose prob, but it may not fit ScubaPro AirII - it was deeeeply discounted
MARTIN P  check regulator
ocpaul o  Inexpensive intermediate pressure gauge - had some regulator problems on a trip and this led me to take a little defensive action for future trips.
HEIDI M  Excelent for a double check and also for Nitrox Check.
GINNIFER L  For my safety :)
GARY H  Inexpensive and a good way to watch IP creep, a sign that a regulator needs service.
Shopper  Does this have an over-pressure relief valve?
CD C  No. It is a straight pressure gauge.
SCUBA O  I don't think so.. It's just a gauge with a male lp inflator connector.
JOHN M  no, It does not, When you check the IP. keep your hand on the tank shut off valve and open it up very slow, if the pressure starts to go above 160, shut the tank off, you know you have a problem.......Jack Murphy Florida Keys..
Shopper  Is there an adaptor for this guage to use with Oceanic XS2?
HANS G  This gauge is simply to be connected to a low pressure connection hose and is designed to help measure the low pressure (second stage). Any regulator connected to the second stage can be tested, as long as you have two low pressure hoses connected to the first stage. One hose for the gauge and one for the second stage regulator. Hope this makes sense.
GARY H  I know of no such adapter.
GARY C  The gauge plugs into the low-pressure hose. I suppose if the BCD had a non-standard connector, that particular LP hose would have to match the non-standard connector.
CHARLES S  If you have an Air2 style hose attached to your regulator (larger opening), it is just as cheap to buy a standard LP inflator hose and attached it to the regulator first stage when you are testing the regulator while servicing it.
TUNGAN H  I'm not sure. Typically, the quick release air connections are a large and small size. This is the small size. You can probably make it work if you change the hose rather than getting an adapter. This may be a cheaper option to trying to find an adapter. You may be able to find the large fitting at a hardware store. Take your XS2 hose to the hardware store and see if it fits the pneumatic tools. If it does, see if you can twist off the gage fitting and substitute the tool fitting. If not, just buy a hose from your local dive shop and save trouble. Good luck. T
ocpaul o  Sorry - no idea
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