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Highland by XS Scuba Air-Spool with Viton O-Rings

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About Highland by XS Scuba Air-Spool with Viton O-Rings

You just set up your equipment for the first dive of your vacation in Saint Somewhere, as you pressurize your Scuba Regulator System you hear air leakage. As you examine you're rig you find that the source of the leak is your Pressure Gauge or Air Integrated Computer Console. The worst thing that can happen on a tropical vacation has just happen No Dive Regulator. Don't leave on a vacation without spare parts that can quickly and easily fix a problem.

Between the High Pressure Hose and the Pressure Gauge/Computer is a small Brass Pin with an O-Ring on each end called an Air-Spool. This simple, yet important part can make or break a diving vacation. Don't leave on a vacation without a spare Air-Spool, why ruin a great holiday because of a few dollars in spare parts. XS Scuba's Air-Spool is made from Brass with a Chrome Plated Finish and comes with 2 Viton O-Rings. This Air-Spool can be used with Enriched Air Nitrox and is designed for Pressure Gauge that requires an Air-Spool with a center bushing. Air-Spools make a great Save-A-Dive Kit item.

Highland by XS Scuba Air-Spool with Viton O-Rings Features

  • XS Scuba Air-Spool with Viton O-Rings
  • Chromed Brass Construction
  • Viton O-Rings
  • Always Carry Spare Parts
  • Nitrox Compatible
  • For Gauges Requring Air-Spool with Center Bushing
  • Great Save-a-Dive Kit Item

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5.0

you need one of these

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from Pittsburg, KS, US

Keep one of these in your save a dive oring kit. Usually the oring replacement only will do the trick, but if the swivel on your pressure gauge is too corroded, this little bugger is what you need. Ain't been diving in a while? Leaky gauge swivel will sneak up on you. Then you may need one of these.

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Shopper  How do you remove the existing spool? I took the SPG off but cannot get the spool off the hose no matter what I've done (pliers).
ROBERT H  Should come out easily - just slides in with the O-ring seal. May be stuck or maybe a non-standard hose with the Air Spool permanently in place. You may need to replace the HP hose
CHESTER P  Should come right out, pliers would even make it come out easier, but it should slide out. Sounds like you need a new hose too. It's corroded in.
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