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fxrguy

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ScubaPro Diving regulators with Sherwood instrument cluster. Includes a R109 primary regulator that has the upgraded R156 balanced adjustable kit, a R108 octopus regulator and a Mk 5 1st stage that has been upgraded to 3000 psi. All the regulators were last serviced about 5 years ago with all available upgrades including the Mk 5 1st stage piston. The 1st stage has 1 HP port with 4 LP ports. The gauge cluster includes a Sherwood Source dive computer with a user replaceable battery, a Sherwood pressure gauge rated to 5000 psi and a easy to read compass. It also comes with a padded carrying case. I bought this gear off the original owner who was a dive instructor back in the mid 70's and have had it ever since. It is used and shows some cosmetic wear but it doesn't effect it's functionality at all. I would not have kept this gear for as long as I did if it was not good! I am the kind of guy that keeps good stuff and takes care of it. It was last serviced used about 5 years ago down in the Keys and then cleaned and stored in a temperature controlled room in my house. A inflator hose is also included but not shown in the pictures. I would not hesitate to use this gear but would have a service done on it first. I'm 71 years old now and it's time to let it go to a good home. Asking $175.00
 

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buddhasummer

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If you don't mind me asking, are you still able to dive ?

Great regs, you'll have no problem moving them.
 
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fxrguy

fxrguy

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If you don't mind me asking, are you still able to dive ?

Great regs, you'll have no problem moving them.

Yes I can dive if I want to, but I am retired and getting ready to do some traveling and need to liquidate most of the stuff I have accumulated over the years. I don't dive enough to justify keeping and caring for these regulators. I can rent dive gear when necessary and they should belong to someone that will use them more then I do.
 
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fxrguy

fxrguy

Contributor
Messages
99
Reaction score
12
Location
Central Florida (Daytona area)
# of dives
200 - 499
ScubaPro Diving regulators with Sherwood instrument cluster. Includes a R109 primary regulator that has the upgraded R156 balanced adjustable kit, a R108 octopus regulator and a Mk 5 1st stage that has been upgraded to 3000 psi. All the regulators were last serviced about 5 years ago with all available upgrades including the Mk 5 1st stage piston. The 1st stage has 1 HP port with 4 LP ports. The gauge cluster includes a Sherwood Source dive computer with a user replaceable battery, a Sherwood pressure gauge rated to 5000 psi and a easy to read compass. It also comes with a padded carrying case. I bought this gear off the original owner who was a dive instructor back in the mid 70's and have had it ever since. It is used and shows some cosmetic wear but it doesn't effect it's functionality at all. I would not have kept this gear for as long as I did if it was not good! I am the kind of guy that keeps good stuff and takes care of it. It was last serviced used about 5 years ago down in the Keys and then cleaned and stored in a temperature controlled room in my house. I would not hesitate to use this gear but would have a service done on it first. I'm 71 years old now and it's time to let it go to a good home. Asking $175.00
 
https://www.shearwater.com/products/peregrine/

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