Spare Air Bottle - Model 300PKYEL THE SPARE AIR PACKAGE FOR DIVERS EVERYWHERE!! Designed to get you to the surface in the event of an emergency, yet small enough to not even know you are wearing it! DONT GO DOWN WITHOUT IT!!
- REFILL ADAPTER-Fills off SCUBA tank COVERED HOLSTER-Mounts to BC LEASH-Prevents loss The preferred choice of Recreational Divers
- 3.0 cubic feet of air
- Tank finish in Neon Yellow for safety
- Easily refills from your own SCUBA tank with included refill adapter
- Easily attaches to your BC with included holster and safety leash
- Small, hands-free, nearly neutrally buoyant
- Breathe on demand regulator -No complicated instructions
- Completely redundant back-up miniature SCUBA system Faster than buddy breathing and easier than an octopus.
- Maximum Capacity 3.0 cu ft / 85 liters
- Length 13.4" / 34 cm Diameter 2.25" / 5.71 cm
- Maximum Pressure 3000 psi / 200 bar
- Weight (full) 2.17 lb. / .985 kg
- Surface Breaths* 57 Water Volume 26.62 cu in / .42 liters *Based on 1.6 liters per breath
- Regulator Body: The simple rugged design utilizes the same time proven technology found in typical regulators used by SCUBA Divers around the world. The always-on, breathe on demand, balanced single stage regulator is easy to maintain and service.
- Pressure Indicator: The standard indicator is easy to read by the White Indicator Pin rising up when the Spare Air has filled to 3000psi. A Dial Gauge Pressure Indicator is available as an optional accessory.
- Purge Button: Clears the regulator and empties the Air Tank.
- Mouthpiece: Standard regulator mouthpiece carried by SCUBA Diving Shops everywhere and is the same model used on most regulators.
- Check Valve: Remove the cover and attach the yoke style Refill Adapter (included with every Spare Air). Attach the other end to a filled SCUBA tank and in 30-60 seconds, your Spare Air is full.
- 3000 PSI Aluminum Tank: This SCUBA tank is manufactured just like standard SCUBA tanks, with the same safety features. The cylinder should be inspected annually and hydrostatically tested once every 5 years.