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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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have use it for about 5 years, and it's always a relief to know that in case of an emergency you can count on it.Published 1 month ago by Svelten
For the sake of your life dont go diving a lake and ascending incorrectly, you risk over expansion of the lungs and other problems. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bradley Benjamin
Does what it says. You will want to buy the pressure indicator (sold separately) so you know exactly how much air to put in. I use this for quick underwater repairs on my boatPublished 11 months ago by J. Hafen
This may be OK for a shallow (30') reef dive, but not for much deeper. I sold it...Published 11 months ago by Stu Rhodes
Took me a whae to use this, but what an amazing little piece of equipment. Works great with one major flaw, the pressure guage. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Reach