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About XS Scuba Worthington Cylinders HP Steel 3442 psi (230 bar)



The XS Scuba Worthington Cylinders HP Steel 3442 psi (230 bar) is commonly used for Cold Water, Extreme Depths, Night Diving, Open Water, Warm Water, Wreck Diving and more. The XS Scuba Worthington Cylinders HP Steel 3442 psi (230 bar) is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced, Advanced Diver, Recreational Diver among others. The XS Scuba Worthington Cylinders HP Steel 3442 psi (230 bar) is popular because customers like the following qualities of the XS Scuba Worthington Cylinders HP Steel 3442 psi (230 bar): Easy To Use, Large Capacity, Lightweight.

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XS Scuba Worthington Cylinders HP Steel 3442 psi (230 bar) Features

  • XS Scuba Worthington Cylinders HP Steel 3442 psi (230 bar) Tanks
  • Complete Cylinder System: Tank, Valve and Boot
  • Nitrox Ready Up to 40% FO2
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty
  • Cylinders:
  • Material: Chrome-Moly Steel
  • Deep Draw and Ironing (DDI) Process
  • DDI: Produces Most Consistence Wall Thickness
  • Lightest Weight, Most Efficient Cylinders
  • Hot Dip Galvanizing
  • Zinc Metallurgically Bonds to Steel Cylinder
  • More Volume in Compact Cylinders: (see Specifications for Cylinder Lengths)
  • 5 Size Cylinders: X7-80 (10 liters), X7-100 (12.2 liters), X7-120, (15.3 liters), X8-119 (14.8 liters) and X8-130 (16.0 liters)
  • Manufactured to DOT Exemption and Canadian TC Permit
  • Great Buoyancy Characteristics: (see Buoyancy Specifications)
  • Use Less Lead than Aluminum Cylinder Diving
  • Ultimate Weight to Capacity Ratios
  • X7 Series: 7.25" (18.4 cm) Diameter
  • X8 Series: 8.0" (20.3 cm) Diameter
  • Lifetime "Exterior No Rust" Warranty
  • Valve:
  • XS Scuba Pro Valve
  • Standard Yoke Outlet with Spin-Out DIN Insert
  • Converts to 230 bar (3,336 psi) DIN Outlet
  • 1/4" Hex Key Wrench Removable DIN Insert
  • 3/4" - 14 NPSM Standard Inlet Threads
  • 1.5 Hand Wheel Rotations from Fully-On to Fully-Off
  • 5/32" Hex Key Dip Tube Included
  • New Unique Color Coded Safety Hand Wheel (SHW)
  • SHW: Red" Valve is Off or Not Completely Open
  • SHW: Green" Valve is Completely Open and Ready for Diving
  • Service Pressure: 3442 psi (230 bars)
  • Triple Bright Chrome Plated Marine Brass Body
  • Chrome Plated Durable Brass Valve Stem
  • Teflon Coated Brass Valve Seat with Nylon Seal
  • O-Ring Sealed Bonnet
  • Easy Grip Rubber Hand Wheel
  • Tank Boot:
  • Durable, Quality Self-Draining Designed Tank Boot
  • Hexagon Edge: Prevents Cylinder from Rolling when Lying on Side

XS Scuba Worthington Cylinders HP Steel 3442 psi (230 bar) Specifications

Cylinder:
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Pressure
Hp Steel 3442 Psi (230 Bar)
Diameter
X7 Series: 7.25" (18.4 Cm), X8 Series: 8.0" (20.3 Cm)
Weight
(Empty) X7-80: 29.9 Lbs (13.56 Kg), X7-100: 33.1 Lbs (15 Kg), X7-120: 39.7 (18 Kg), X8-119: 42.5 Lbs (19.28 Kg), X8-130: 44.7 (20.28 Kg)
Height
X7-80: 19.8" (50.3 Cm), X7-100: 22.7" (57.7 Cm), X7-120: 27.7" (70.4 Cm), X8-119: 23.9" (60.7 Cm), X8-130: 25.3" (64.3 Cm)
Buoyancy Full
X7-80: -9.0 Lbs (-4.1 Kg), X7-100: -10.0 Lbs (-4.54 Kg), X7-120: -11.0 Lbs (-4.9 Kg), X8-119: -10.9 Lbs (-4.94 Kg), X8-130: -11.7 Lbs (-5.3 Kg)
Cylinder Nitrox Ready
Yes
Valves:
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Material
Valve Body & Stem : Marine-Grade Chromed Brass, Hand Wheel: Rubber, Seat Assembly: Teflon Plated Brass Alloy With Nylon Seal
Type (Yoke, Din, Convertible)
Convertible
Valve Nitrox Ready
Yes
Available in the Following Sizes:
X7-100, 12.2L, X7-120, 15.3L, X7-80, 10.1L, X8-119, 14.8L, X8-130, 16.0L
Thread Size
3/4"-14 Npsm
X7 80 X7 100 X7 120 X8 119 X8 130
True Capacity @ 3442 psi 80.0 cu ft 100.0 cu ft 120.0 cu ft 119.0 cu ft 130.0 cu ft
Buoyancy* FULL - 9.0 lbs. - 10.0 lbs. - 11.0 lbs. - 10.9 lbs. - 11.7 lbs.
Buoyancy* EMPTY - 3.0 lbs. - 2.5 lbs. - 2.0 lbs. - 2.0 lbs. - 2.0 lbs.
Weight EMPTY 27.7 lbs. 33.0 lbs. 38.0 lbs. 42.0 lbs. 43.0 lbs.
Outside Diameter 7.25 in. 7.25 in. 7.25 in. 8.00 in. 8.00 in.
Cylinder Length 19.7 in. 24.0 in. 28.0 in. 24.0 in. 25.5 in.
*in sea water with valve.

XS Scuba Cylinders HP Steel 3442 psi (230 bar) Customer Reviews

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Large capacity (26)
  • Easy to use (23)
  • Lightweight (6)

Cons

  • Heavy / bulky (5)

Best Uses

  • Open water (21)
  • Wreck diving (14)
  • Night diving (13)
  • Cold water (7)
  • Warm water (7)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Advanced (13), Recreational diver (7), Advanced diver (6), Professional (3)
    • Diving Type:
    • Open water diving (24), Wreck diving (17), Night diving (16), Outdoor professional (10), Drift diving (8)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (15)

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5.0

Great little tank

By ed

from long island

About Me Advanced

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Large Capacity
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Open Water

    Comments about XS Scuba Worthington Cylinders HP Steel 3442 psi (230 bar):

    Great for cold water beach or other shallow dives where extra weight of steel tank is favorable.

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

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    5.0

    Love my 120!

    By BobbyJoe

    from Havelock, NC

    About Me Advanced

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Large Capacity
    • Lightweight

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Open Water
      • Wreck Diving

      Comments about XS Scuba Worthington Cylinders HP Steel 3442 psi (230 bar):

      Been using aluminum 100's for 4-5 years. Bought a Worthington HP Steel 100 and it works great. My HP 100 weighs much less than the aluminum with same capacity. Then bought my HP 120. I now wish I had two HP 120's because they are still a couple pounds lighter than the aluminum 100's, but with 20% more capacity. I spearfish at an average depth of 60-70'. I dive Nitrox, so I used to run our of air before I did time. Now, I can stay down longer to look for fish.

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

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      5.0

      Love the HP Steel

      By BobbyJoe

      from Havelock, NC

      About Me Advanced

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Open Water
        • Wreck Diving

        Comments about XS Scuba Worthington Cylinders HP Steel 3442 psi (230 bar):

        Love the 100 hp steel, but love the 120 even more. The 120 weighs a little less than the 100 aluminums I used over the last 5 years.

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

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        5.0

        I woud buy this product again

        By marto

        from miami florida

        About Me Professional

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy to Use
        • Large Capacity

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Open Water
          • Wreck Diving

          Comments about XS Scuba Worthington Cylinders HP Steel 3442 psi (230 bar):

          exelent

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

          Comment on this review

           
          5.0

          Works Great

          By Squarehead

          from Portland, ME

          About Me Casual/ Recreational

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy to Use
          • Large Capacity

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Night Diving
            • Open Water
            • Wreck Diving

            Comments about XS Scuba Worthington Cylinders HP Steel 3442 psi (230 bar):

            I can't say much more than anyone else has said about this. I tend to stay out as long as my tank lasts so having a bigger tank allows me to go further and stay out longer than before and I'm still well within the no deco dive limit.

            My first dive with it was awesome but I did find that I need to take weight off my weight belt and put it into my integrated BC in order to compensate for the additional weight that's on my back. I kind of felt like a turtle. As long as I was swimming flat the weight distribution was better with the steel 120 than the usual Al 80 but if I tip to the side it was tough to right myself. With that in mind I can change where I store the weight for a better dive.

            My only complaint was that the tank was not pre assembled with the valve in place like the Al 80 but there was a good cap with silica beads in it so moisture was not an issue.All in all a great purchase.

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

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            Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
            BOBBY S  Love having extra air. Has been a good tank.
            k b  Can these be ordered without valves?
            Frank L  No they can not. They come thru from the manufacturer with valves in the box.
            Ivan R  How much extra time underwater do you get by buying 130 cu ft cylinder vs standard 80 cu ft? Last time I used 80 cu ft during my open water course in tropical waters, I used all of my air in less than 25 mins? Soon I'll be diving in the cool waters of lake superior.
            DAVID G  Hello Ivan: I can't really tell you how much more time you'll get other than to suggest you do the math. A 130 cu Ft tank has 62% more air than an 80 cu ft tank so you should be able to get 62% more time given all other circumstances being the same. Comparing air utilization in tropical waters to cold water is more difficult.
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