Quick Disconnect Hose for TUSA IR-3 & Scuba Pro Air-2

Tusa
SKU: TBTIR3H MFR: A112 IR330&IR331

About Quick Disconnect Hose for TUSA IR-3 & Scuba Pro Air-2

If you own either a TUSA IR-3 or Scuba Pro Air-2 having a Spare or Replacement Hose can be very handy. Hose meets Standard Pressure Ratings and is constructed from Industry Standard Neoprene Covered Double Braided Hose with Swaged Chrome Plated Marine Brass Fittings for Strength and Durability. Hose has 3/8" Male Threaded End for attachment to the First Stage Regulator and High-Flow Quick-Disconnect Fitting for attachment to Breathable Inflator Mechanism. The Hose measures 26" (66 cm) in length. Get one for your Save-A-Dive Kit today!

Quick Disconnect Hose for TUSA IR-3 & Scuba Pro Air-2 Features

  • Fit TUSA IR-3 and Scuba Pro Air-2
  • Durable Chrome Plated Brass Fittings
  • Industry Standard Double Breaded Hose with Neoprene Jacket
  • Hose Meets Standard Pressure Ratings
  • Length: 26" (66 cm)
  • 3/8" Male Threaded End for Attachment to First Stage Regulator
  • High-Flow Quick-Disconnect Fitting
  • Great Save-A-Dive Kit Item

Quick Disconnect Hose for TUSA IR-3 & Scuba Pro Air-2 Specifications

Hp Or Lp
Lp
Materials
Braided Neoprene Covered
Length
26" (66 Cm)
Thread Size
3/8-24 Unf Male
Color
Black
Quick Connect
Yes
Purpose
Tusa Ir-3 & Scuba Pro Air-2 Breathable/Power Inflator
Weight [with packaging]
0.55 lb
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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
MONTY B  Priced right, direct replacement - must have spare for those long trips!
David J  If I am traveling with my BC and air-2, but renting a regulator, what options do I have other than using this hose, and bringing a wrench along?
K T  I do not think you have another viable option. My understanding is that the standard LP hose/fitting died not provide adequate flow to the Air II regulator. Thus, they created a special LP hose for the Air II.
Shopper  How long is this hose?
JORDAN T  18" but I think you can get it sized. Customer service should be able to confirm that.
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