Scuba Diving Instrumentation

 

Regulators

Sherwood Brut Regulator

$299.95 Limited Quantities!

Totally redesigned to provide outstanding breathing performance. the Brut maintains dedication to rugged reliability combined with ease of maintenance. The Brut has been the overwhelming favorite for rental applications for decades because of its simple reliability. First Stage: • Balanced-piston first stage for constant intermediate pressure control over a large range of supply pressures. • Patented Dry–sealed spring chamber maintains clean interior and excludes first stage icing in cold water. • High capacity inlet filter. • Four LP ports & two HP ports for versatile hose routing options. BRUT SECOND STAGE • Larger diaphragm for optimal response to inhalation. • Larger exhaust valve for decreased exhalation resistance. • Resilient silicone rubber seat. • Precision - ground stainless steel cam and Glass Filled Nylon lever for smooth effortless breathing. • High impact housing for rugged applications.

Sherwood Blizzard Regulator

$560.00

Sherwood Blizzard Regulator Features

The Blizzard has been a standard for divers in cold waters for the last 30 years. It has been the "go to" regulator for many Public Safety Dive Teams around the country because of its reliability in the colder waters and for its ease of service. Today we introduce a new Blizzard. One with all the key features of previous models; the reliability you have come to depend on and the serviceability technicians appreciate. This Blizzard howevers. comes with improved breathing performance, enhanced cosmetics, and even more exciting, a new more competitive price point

Gauges

Sherwood Navigational Console

$350.00

Pressure Gauge has a Pressure Readout from 0 to 5,000 psi and features a Temperature Gauge. The Pressure Gauge like the Depth Gauge has High Visibility Graphics with Bright Red from 0 to 500 psi Reserve Air Yellow Indicators above 500 to 1,000 psi for Extended Reserve Air for Deeper Dives and Blue above 1,000 to 5,000 psi. Pressure Gauge Face is also Luminescent. The Temperature Gauge has a Bright Red Needle for Easy Reading. Pressure Gauge comes with a 32" (81.3 cm) High Pressure 7/16" Threaded Hose. The Gauge Case is manufactured from Tough Glass-Filled Noryl and the Gauge Face is Durable Lexan. Both the Depth and Pressure Gauges are small 1 75" (4.4 cm) Diameter and Protected by a Impact Resistant Rubber boot that has Rubber Eyelets for attachment of a Lanyard or Clip keeping the diver Streamline and Reef and Environment Conscious.

Dive Computers

Suunto Cobra Air Integrated Computer Console with Compass

$849.00

Suunto Cobra combines several technological innovations into one product. It is the only air-integrated dive computer with air, Nitrox, and gauge modes complete with profile memory on the market. In addition to the extensive information provided by the Vyper, the Cobra displays cylinder pressure and estimated remaining air time. The air-consumption of a dive is stored as a used-pressure value in the logbook memory for future reference. The Cobra offers the new Suunto Reduced Gradient Bubble Model (RGBM), which is a unique algorithm for predicting both dissolved and free gas in the blood and tissues of divers. This development combines the latest knowledge in diving technology with the classic Haldane model. The advantage of the RGBM is its ability to adapt to a wide variety of diving situations. For added safety, the Cobra features the original Suunto innovation: separate three-step personal and altitude adjustments. The SK-7 has set a new standard for dive compasses. The superior SK-7 features an exceptional tilt potential of +/- 30 degrees, which is 2-3 times larger than in conventional diving compasses, easy-to-read numerals on a phosphorescent compass card and a large side-reading window. The firm-grip bezel with a ratchetat every fifth degree is especially designed to prevent sand and dirt contamination, thus allowing smooth turning in all conditions.

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 Posted on : June 22, 2014