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Spare-Air 3000 3.0 Kit, Yellow

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  • 3.0 cubic feet of air
  • Tank finish in Neon Yellow for safety
  • Easily refills from your own SCUBA tank with included refill adapter (patented)
  • Easily attaches to your BC with included holster and safety leash
  • Small, hands-free, nearly neutrally buoyant
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Product Description

This complete kit includes the 300YEL tank, holster, safety leash, and scuba tank refill adapter.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 3.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0000E1R4Z
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,494 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Great spare air, it always nice to have that extra peace of mind.
it will last approx. for about 2 to 2.5 min at 50 feet dive.

it would've been better if it comes with a Dial Pressure Gauge.
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Just bought one for my last diving trip, saved my life as I ran out of air as I got trap on a net.
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Bring it with you whenever you dive. I got about 9 breaths at 120 ft. Hopefully you are not so far away from your buddy that you cant get to them in 9 breaths. I have never had to use it in an emergency (knock wood). Its great and easy to fill/use.
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I am a divemaster, but my wife is claustrophobic and refuses to try to scuba. She couldn't handle the weights pulling her under water. I bought this for fun, just to give her the experience of what scuba can be. We ended up having a blast with it! I got about 22 breaths out of it, but I'm 6'5 with a healthy set of lungs. My wife being only 5'5 got about 30 breaths out it! It introduced her to breathing underwater, without having tons of gear strapped to her body. She may never go scuba diving, she may never get over the claustrophobia aspect. But as long as we have this little guy, she has no problem swimming down ten feet and taking a few breaths to see some fish she's never seen up close before. My friends and I all used this multiple times, and found that a regular scuba tank can fill it up almost 7-8 times. We had a blast, and while it's a tad expensive, I can't imagine what it costs to make. No complaints here. :)
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Bought this years ago for it's purpose: emergency air. Saved my bacon when I got lost (my fault) following a newbie in a cave system off Malta.

I zip this, with the quick release pouch, under the left wing of my Ranger Ltd. BCD. Never know it's there - till you need it.

TWO TIPS: (1) Be sure to tether it so you don't drop it, especially when near panic. (2) And TRAIN with it enough so you'll have automatic "muscle memory" when the time comes. Takes practice with this foot-long tank hanging out of your mouth. With practice, will provide 2-3 minutes of air - an eternity when needed.

I've logged thousands of dives all over the world, taking my own gear. I ALWAYS carry this. So far, only needed it once. But, brother, I was glad I had it.

Be safe out there, guys.
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Call me paranoid but these things seemed like a good idea. A self contained air supply good enough to get back to the surface. Everything arrived as described and on time. Quality appears high. I also purchased the optional screw in air gauge. It's not very convenient to mount on my BC jacket (actually it's a pain to mount it where its accessible and yet not in the way). It also loses air pressure over time so it has to be checked/refilled before every dive session (not every dive but I'd recommend checking it if you haven't for a couple of weeks). It's also been handy for a quick shallow dive to inspect underwater hull damage. Overall I'm pleased with my purchase.
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Primary used for shallow snorkeling snuba, pool cleaning, and other fun. Secondary use as a spare air for deep dives. Charges quickly off the yoke. Great sleeve with straps and mouth piece cover. Overall a great unit.
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I have been using Spare Air since it first came out: Even on deep dives where I have a pony bottle I still feel comfortable with my light weight spare air as an addition. For normal sport diving a spare air is all I need to get back to the surface safely though it is a good idea to train with it. Lately I have been using my Spare Air for a few unconventional ways , as a back up for crossing avalanche prone slopes along with other safety equipment of course, for white water kayaking & now my new sport Riverboarding, I just strap it to my waist or arm & its there if I get pinned in an eddy or under a strainer & need to wok out a self rescue. I use it skin diving all the time, my less than sporty version of free diving from a dive kayak anchored out to sea somewhere so I can enjoy the underwater environment longer than just one breath. Spare air is an amazing invention & I highly recommend it for all these sports!
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