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XS Scuba Poseidon Hose Adapter

XS Scuba

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About XS Scuba Poseidon Hose Adapter

You have a Poseidon Regulator and you want to use a standard regulator hose or maybe increase the second stage regulators comfort when it's in your mouth with an XS Scuba's Miflex Hose (SKU: XSSLPH). The XS Scuba's Poseidon Hose Adapter allows you to use any Standard Low Pressure Hose with your Poseidon X-Stream or any Poseidon Second Stage with M31-1.5 mm Inlet Threads.

Adapter is constructed from Black Chromed Brass for Durability and Corrosion Resistance. The Adapter does not come equipped with a Built-In Relief Valve and is designed for Low Pressure only below 200 psi (13.8 bars).

XS Scuba Poseidon Hose Adapter Features

  • Convert Standard Regulator Hose to Fit Poseidon X-Stream Second Stage
  • Fits any Poseidon Second Stage with M31-1.5 mm Inlet Threads
  • Use Adapter for XS Scuba's Miflex Hose (SKU: XSSLPH)
  • Brass Construction with Black Chrome Finish
  • No Built-In Relief Valve
  • Low Pressure Use Only - Below 200 psi (13.8 bars)

XS Scuba Poseidon Hose Adapter Specifications

Hp Or Lp
Black Chromed Brass
Thread Size
Inlet: M31-1.5 Mm
Working Pressure
200 Psi (13.8 Bars)
Connect Standard 3/8" Threaded Lp Hose To Poseidon 2'Nd Stage Regulator
Weight [with packaging]
0.1 lb

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Questions about this item:

Warren M  Will this adapter fitting fit the hose end fitting of a pre-2008 Poseidon Jetstream second stage regulator?
PETER H  Yes - I've got two of them and they fit fine.
Mark R  Hi just bought a apex 2.1mtr hose for my tec set up will the hose fit on to this item Then into my jetstreams ?
Frank L  As long as it has standard fittings on the hose, then yes, it will fit.
Gerald T  How do I unscrew the original poseidon hose from the regulator? I tried to unscrew by hand but does not seem to be coming loose.
PETER H  They often get a bit jammed up from salt water. It's quite simply brute force between the plastic of the reg and the metal of the adapter. Standard thread direction. Make sure you clean the thread of salt when it's apart and don't force the metal thread on the plastic when doing it back up ie - make sure the thread seats properly before tightening up. Hope that helps.
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