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Spare-Air 3000 3.0 Kit

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SKU: SX27B MFR: 300PK

List: $330.00

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  • Allows quick and easy refills from scuba tank
  • Redundant alternate air source for safety
  • Helps assist rescue and self rescue
  • Refillable back up system
  • Small and easy to use

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Spare-Air 3000 3.0 Kit Customer Reviews

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Why not?!

I am the only one in my dive group to carry this. I hear arguments that the only reason people buy spare air is so they can use it while realizing they are in huge trouble. My argument is simple... even at greater depth, 3-5 breaths may be all I need to reach my buddy's octo! I would absolutely buy it again and pray I NEVER need it!

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Spare Air

By KEVIN F.

from Spokane, WA, US

My wife and I each have one. It gives us peace of mind when we are diving and get 10-20 ft apart to have an extra air source.

 

It works.

By ROBERT F.

from Lancaster, CA, US

If you can afford it it is a wonder to dive with, and it works well. Waring it is not bothersome at all, as a matter of fact you pretty much forget you have it after a while. But let me tell you it's right there when you need it in less then a few seconds. It fills from any tank and depletes it less then 100 psi. It loads in a matter of seconds and works like a product made-in-the-USA. Breathing it is a little hard but no-big-deal. Let me tell you it will work just like advertised if you ever need it in an emergency. I have read from (DAN) the #1 cause of emergencies underwater is people running out of air, the #2 is not knowing how to use your buddies equipment. I will dive with it from now on. God Bless All.

 

Get it!

By allan d.

from Ishigaki, Okinawa, JP

Peace of mind during those time-stopping dives!

 

Happy Scuba Diver!

By Jan P.

from Lancaster, CA, US

Bought the Spare-Air kit for my husband for Christmas. He's wanted one for quite a while, so he was thrilled when he opened the package. He loves it!

 

Why not?!

By KEVIN M.

from Brick, NJ, US

I am the only one in my dive group to carry this. I hear arguments that the only reason people buy spare air is so they can use it while realizing they are in huge trouble. My argument is simple... even at greater depth, 3-5 breaths may be all I need to reach my buddy's octo! I would absolutely buy it again and pray I NEVER need it!

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Why did you choose this?
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Quick emergency bottle for professional Rescue Swimmers in case of a submerged person close to shore. A couple minutes of air can make the difference for a rescue. All of our Rescue personnel are trained as Rescue Divers also.
Patrick M on Jun 24, 2019
When will shipping?
Tatjana S on Feb 15, 2018
Quick emergency bottle for professional Rescue Swimmers in case of a submerged person close to shore. A couple minutes of air can make the difference for a rescue. All of our Rescue personnel are trained as Rescue Divers also.
Patrick M on Jun 24, 2019
Rescue Swimmer Bag as a Back Up
Patrick M on May 28, 2019
When will shipping?
Tatjana S on Feb 15, 2018
Rescue Swimmer Bag as a Back Up
Patrick M on May 28, 2019
How do u refill it?
A shopper on May 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You attach it to a tank of air with the provided connector. Instructions are well laid out and explain how to do it.
How long does air last ?
Antonio G on Aug 26, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Made it last 8 minutes in the 12 foot deep end of a pool. This was being very still. Lasted 3.45 min swimming laps at the pool underwater. I’d say you could get 1 min up to 10 depending on depth and how aggressive you’re working. If you really want a redundant air get a min of a 20 cubic foot bottle. I’m a fire Dept Rescue dive and a PADI Instructor. Hope this helps.
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