I have got two new DIN conversion kits from Trident, Model A166: they should fit old SP regulators such as MK10 and MK15.
They are an almost identical copy of Scubapro part # 10-400-030, which is shown here:
Here the Trident catalog for this A166 model:
Here a couple of photos of the real...
An Italian medical doctor, with the help of a 3D printing workshop, managed to adapt full face snorkelling masks to be used for forced ventilation of patients with Covid-19:
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Well, it appears that here in Italy we have two companies producing two conceptually-similar BCDs, both with the same name, Fly Tech.
These are wings already equipped with harness, which can be used also without a backplate (but it can also be used, if wanted). Of course for travelling better to...
I am servicing the whole number of regs of my family (4 divers), and I would like to setup at least two complete setups in an "advanced" configuration more or less adhering to GUE/DIR recommendations.
I was always in favour of the concept of "donate the primary". When I and my wife were working...
I have just purchased the DIN conversion kit for my "almost vintage" Scubapro MK15 1st stage, originally equipped with a 3000 PSI Yoke.
This is the Ebay auction I won, for SP part no. 10.045.020:
KIT DIN SCUBAPRO 200BAR 10.045.020 | eBay
Now, I see that SP also manufactured a very similar...
I found this left-handed second stage on the Scubapro Catalogue 1977:
So anyone have an hint to where could I purchase one (used)? It would be very useful in many cases (twin bottles, on a pony, for side-mounting, etc.). I...
I started in 1975, when I was 16.
Arrived here probably by chance, while searching info on service parts for the regulator I did buy at that time, a Scubapro MK5, which did serve me all these years.
I finished my historical supply of parts for it, and now I have some problems finding some...