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Spare-Air 3000 3.0 Kit, Yellow

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About Spare-Air 3000 3.0 Kit, Yellow

Having a safety back-up air supply has many advantages over a standard alternate air source. The most obvious is that it is a separate air supply and allows self rescue in an emergency out of air situation. We are taught to stay with our buddy so that in case of an emergency they are right there ready to help us. Next time you make a dive count the times your buddy is further then arms length from you. You will be surprised that they are much further away more often then you may think. Spare-Air gives you a major advantage over an alternate air source when an emergency arises. Having something to breathe from while you are swimming to your buddy, and then, getting their attention while they have their head in a hole watching a lobster can take several breaths or more of air. Tested and approved, Spare Air is a totally self-contained 3000 psi (200 bars) 3.0 cu. ft. (85 liter), refillable backup air system that's small and easy to use. It was designed to get you to the surface in the event of an emergency; yet, it is small enough to not even know you are wearing it! Spare Air is easy to use and maintain, just put it in your mouth and breathe. Kit includes easy refill adapter so you can fill directly off your own Scuba cylinder. So give yourself that extra edge of safety with Spare Air. The cylinder measures (L x Dia.) 13.4" x 2.25" (34cm x 5.71cm) and weighs 2.17 lbs (985g) Note: All Spare Air cylinders meet certificated specifications of the US Department of Transportation (DOT) with DOT-3AA specification and Transport Canada Safety and Security (TC) with TC-3AAM specifications. Spare Air comes with an owner's manual, holster, safety leash and is covered by a 12 month limited warranty.

- Easy to travel with!!

- Easy to wear!

- Easy to refill!

- Easy to hand off to a fellow diver in trouble!

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 6 months.

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Spare-Air 3000 3.0 Kit, Yellow Features

  • Spare-Air 3000 3.0 Kit, Yellow
  • Perfect Addition to Dive System
  • Quick & Easy Refills from Scuba Tank
  • Completely Redundant Alternate Air Source:
    Safety Back-Up Air Supply
    Many Advantages Over Standard Alternate Air Source
    Allows Self Rescue in Emergency Out-of-Air-Situation
  • 3000 psi (200 bars) 3.0 cu. ft. (85 liter) of Air
  • Refillable Backup Air System, Small and Easy to Use
  • Designed to Get-You-to-Surface in Event of an Emergency
  • Easy-to-Use and Maintain, Just Put-In-Mouth and Breathe
  • Cylinder Dimensions: (L x Dia.) 13.4" x 2.25" (34cm x 5.71cm)
  • Weight: 2.17 lbs (985g)
  • Includes Refill Adapter
  • Holster and Safety Leash
  • Owner's Manual
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty
  • Note: Cylinders Meet Certificated Specifications of the US Department of Transportation (DOT) with DOT-3AA
    Meet Specification of the Transport Canada Safety and Security (TC) with TC-3AAM

Spare-Air 3000 3.0 Kit, Yellow Specifications

Cylinder:
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Pressure
3,000 psi (200 bar)
Diameter
2.25" (5.71cm)
Weight
2.17 lbs (985g)
Height
13.4" (34cm)
Valve/Regulator:
Demand
Weight [with packaging]
3.55 lb
Mfr #
SKU
US19928N
Spare Air Tank Size Chart
  Spare Air 300 Spare Air 300 Nitrox
Max Capacity 3.0 cu ft / 85 liters 3.0 cu ft / 85 liters
Length 13.4" / 34 cm 13.4 " / 34 cm
Diameter 2.25" / 5.71 cm 2.25 " / 5.71 cm
Max Pressure 3000 psi / 200 bar 3000 psi / 200 bar
Weight (full) 2.17 lbs / .985 kg 2.17 lbs / .985 kg
Surface Breaths 57 (Based on 1.6 liters per breath) 57 ( Based on 1.6 liters per breath)
Water Volume 26.62 cu in / .42 liters 26.62 cu in / .42 liters

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4.4

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92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (46)
  • Lightweight (29)
  • Functional (5)

Cons

  • Small capacity (6)
  • Heavy / bulky (4)

Best Uses

  • Open water (20)
  • Night diving (11)
  • Warm water (10)
  • Wreck diving (10)
  • Cave diving (7)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Advanced diver (19), Recreational diver (13), Advanced (6), Casual/ recreational (5), Divemaster (3)
    • Diving Type:
    • Open water diving (30), Drift diving (17), Night diving (16), Wreck diving (16), Outdoor professional (8)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (8)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Hope to never need it

I decided it would be crazy of me to get back into the water w/o such a device....how stupid would I feel IF I ran into a situation where spare air...Read complete review

I decided it would be crazy of me to get back into the water w/o such a device....how stupid would I feel IF I ran into a situation where spare air was needed and I'd opted to save a few bucks. Just couldn't get those thoughts out of my head, so pulled the trigger. Why take the risk. How often is your dive buddy within reach...I mean close enough you could reach his octopus w/o having to take at least a few good kicks? Could you get there if you went to inhale and couldn't get that breath you needed RIGHT NOW...still got enough air to close up on your buddy and get to his octopus?
Spare-Air eliminates that concern.
It attaches easily to you BC...just remember to put it where you can REACH it easily. I found attaching it (open end down) near the lower end of my tank made opening the Velcro cover on the carry bag awkward...was out of the way yet retrievable, but took a few seconds to get to. Found this out while testing accessibility and function of it on one of my last dives of the 20 I did with Spare-Air at Cocos Island...no emergency, I had air and time to play with it.
The only downside I can see to Spare-Air is that you have to work a bit harder to draw each breath. Not a big price to pay to stay alive in a serious air emergency, however.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

LIMITED, Not good for deeper diving..

ONLY 3 Cu Ft. Very limited to shollower depths. Not enough supply to get you up from under 90'. Be Careful....

ONLY 3 Cu Ft. Very limited to shollower depths. Not enough supply to get you up from under 90'. Be Careful....

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5.0

used spare-air for 10 years

By CaribJim

from Bonaire

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Small Capacity

Best Uses

  • Open Water

Comments about Spare Air Spare-Air 3000 3.0 Kit, Yellow:

My wife & I have used this product on every dive for 10 years (1800 dives). I've tested it from 40, 60 & 90 feet coming up to 15 feet. From 40 & 60 you could do a 1 minute safety stop. From 90 you don't do any stops but do try to stay within the recommended ascent rate. That will keep you out of the decompression chamber.

  • Diving Type:
  • Open Water Diving
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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5.0

Perfect backup air supply system!

By Diverguy50

from Missouri

About Me Advanced

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Small Capacity

Best Uses

  • Cave Diving
  • Night Diving
  • Open Water
  • Wreck Diving

Comments about Spare Air Spare-Air 3000 3.0 Kit, Yellow:

Just got back from St Lucia, where I got my Advanced Open Water Diver Certification. At 100' having my Spare Air system gave me added security. Priceless, I'll never dive again without it!!!

  • Diving Type:
  • Drift Diving, Night Diving, Open Water Diving, Wreck Diving
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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5.0

Spare-Air 3cfm

By Igrex

from Charleston sc

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Lightweight
  • Quick Fill

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Spare Air Spare-Air 3000 3.0 Kit, Yellow:

      Quickly rechargable, small, exactly what I needed. Also, great if you need to get in a water in hurry for emergencies. Used it to replace the prop on my boat.

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      • No

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      5.0

      Great Product

      By Jim

      from The Villages, FL

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • A Life Saver

      Cons

      • Bulky
      • Poor Attachment To Bcd
      • Too Heavy

      Best Uses

      • Cave Diving
      • Open Water

      Comments about Spare Air Spare-Air 3000 3.0 Kit, Yellow:

      I believe this is a must item for any serious diver, however, after a couple of uses, I haven't found a satisfactory way to secure it to my BCD or me in general. It is continually moving around. In time, I'll figure it out!

      • Diving Type:
      • Open Water Diving
      • Was this a gift?:
      • Yes

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      5.0

      Great Item

      By Diver

      from Key West, FL

      About Me Professional

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      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Compact
      • Easy to Use

      Cons

      • Small Capacity

      Best Uses

      • Open Water

      Comments about Spare Air Spare-Air 3000 3.0 Kit, Yellow:

      Spare air is a great compact device that can save you in a bind. It holds just enough air to get you back. If you are in deco or want to make a safety stop this will not be the best choice. Gives about 10min of air on the surface.

      • Diving Type:
      • Cave Diving, Drift Diving, Night Diving, Open Water Diving, Rescue Diving, Wreck Diving
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

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      Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
      WILLIS R C  I bought this as an "insurance policy." It is nice to have. I use it frequently in the pool at the YMCA after our dive club meeting. I would check with the country you are going to. I have gone to the Dominican Republic with it for diving. For our trip to Israel, the Tel Aviv dive operation told me to leave it at home when I asked if security would have a problem at Ben Gurion. I have been able to get on US carriers with no problem.
      LIN Y  CE approved?
      BRYAN H  I don't know what "CE" refers to, but it's pjrimarily an upgrade on the former Spare Air's holster. The air tank is about the same, but painted a pretty yellow color.
      F H  How long time of air does this have?
      CHAD H  The amount of time will depend on depth of course and you personal air consumtion rate. You should also realize, that your nromal airconsumption rate will most lielky only not be the case as this product is used for an emergency situation. That being said, you should be able to make a sfae asent from normal sport diving ranges with this product. There is a BIG however, to consider. I owned two of htese and returned them both as they both failed the first time they were in the water. I went to a pony bottle with an actual egulator. You can probablly bu a whole system for around $400. and I would recommend this over the Spare Air. I DO NOT rRECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT. Best of luck.
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