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Dive Shops near St Louis, MO that do Oxygen fills?

Discussion in 'Central United States' started by macado, Feb 6, 2019.

  1. macado

    macado PADI Pro

    # of Dives: 1,000 - 2,499
    Location: Boston, MA (mentally in Cozumel, MX)
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    Can anyone recommend or does anyone know if any dive shops near St Louis, Missouri that can handle oxygen fills? I'm on a rebreather and hoping to dive in the area in next week. While I can certainly bring my own oxygen + booster I was hoping to find a shop with in the area that could provide local support.

    Unfortunately,the ones I called can't do it and the ones I emailed either never responded or came back with a poorly worded response that they "don't do that."

    Are oxygen fills that hard to come by in Missouri?
     
  2. Scuba J7

    Scuba J7 Instructor, Scuba

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    Location: Somewhere between here and there.
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    I’m curios who wouldn’t I know Midwest Scuba does cascade fills for O2 and pretty sure Y-Kiki does. If either one of them won’t I do know a rebreather diver with his own booster.
     
  3. macado

    macado PADI Pro

    # of Dives: 1,000 - 2,499
    Location: Boston, MA (mentally in Cozumel, MX)
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    Thanks. I asked in a couple Facebook groups and got some good responses. A couple locals are willing to help. Y-Kiki seems like the preferred shop and I've been in touch with then.


    I got a very half-*ssed response from Midwest Scuba that they do not fill oxygen or rent scuba tanks.
     

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