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For Sale Multiple Items - Retro, cave videos, Doria stuff, Instructor materials

Discussion in 'Classifieds: Other Gear & Multiple Items' started by sandiegoaes, Jul 29, 2020.

  1. sandiegoaes

    sandiegoaes Registered

    # of Dives: 2,500 - 4,999
    Location: Chicago
    Dive Locker Clean Out Sale!

    Cleaning out the dive locker. All the following is in fair to good condition unless noted. Feel free to ask questions or for more photos to verify condition of the item in question. Sold as is unless I materially misrepresented something. Prices do not include shipping. Only shipping to the US at this time.

    I can take paypal. Ask for instructions on how to do this. Local pickup in Chicago area.

    Thanks for looking!


    Items include:

    ESCI – First Aid, CPR and AED manual

    ECSI Oxygen Administration manual $4

    John Chatterton Series

    • Shadow Divers - $7

    • Pirate Hunters $5

    • Last Dive - $7

    • Titanic’s Last Secrets - $5

    Gary Gentile Series

    • Wreck Diving Adventures - $6

    • NOAH’s Ark- $6

    • Lusitania Controversies - $10

    • Wreck of the Robert Walker $6

    • Ultimate Wreck Diving Guide $20

    Hunt for Last U Boat - $10

    Steve Lewis – Staying Alive - $15

    Open Water Swimming $8

    Seven Foot Reg Hose - $25 (3 available. Price is per hose)

    Safety flares (These are really old and I am not sure they even work - $10)

    OMS Marker Dyes $10 for both

    RGBM deco table book - $25

    Bolt snaps (Medium to large ish) - $10 each (three available)

    Rare / Hard to find shipwreck books

    These books are excellent shipwreck research reference books. Recommended by Gary Gentile and referenced in his “Shipwreck Research” book. Hard to find and out of circulation. I have used them for many shipwreck research projects and they are invaluable for a shipwreck researcher. I would like them to find another good home as my shipwreck research has slowed to a crawl lately.

    Sunken ships in American Waters - $20

    Merchant Steam Vessels of the United States aka “the Lytle List” - $35

    NAUI Emergency Oxygen Book - $15

    Wreck Hunter log book (includes some coordinates in the book) - $15

    Soft weight belt – includes three soft weights (probably 12 to 15 lbs total) - $40

    Lost Voyages book $12

    DAN Backpack $20

    Anoka Hooded vest with side zipper – Size large $40

    O’Neil IsoTherm 13 oz shirt - $20 (Not marked but I believe it is an XL size)

    NAUI bag - $2

    NAUI Confined water and OW evaluation slates $15 for both

    OMS Second Stages ($45 each – Two available)

    J valve - $20

    Butterfly clips with rope - $7 apiece (2 available)

    Button SPG gauge - $15

    Inline shut off valve - $20 apiece (Three available) (I believe these are highland but not 100% sure)

    TDI – Visual Inspection Instructors guide - $15

    Atlantic book $5

    Keifer kickboard $8

    Aquasphere snorkel - $15

    CD Roms – Labelled “Northing Shipwrecks Database” and “DIR Videos”. Not sure what is on these $10 each

    WKPP videos – VHS – The early WKPP / DIR videos of George and Jarrod diving the big cave systems. Out of circulation for a while. Most were copied by George himself in the early WKPP days.

    These are awesome older videos that show a ton of the early WKPP work in their hey day. Includes GI3 doing a Rocky type run to begin one of the videos which is hysterical to see!

    Includes the following titles: Doing it Right, DIR I and II, Sally Ward Spring, WKPP, Halycon Rebreather and Extreme Cave diving and Uncharted Waters DVD format (I believe this is a WKPP video as well) - $175 for all of these together in a bundle.

    Hydro test instruction video - $20 (I used this for teaching the Scuba Equipment specialist and Scuba equipment repair courses)

    EKPP – WKPP European style! ($25 for two DVD set) Cave Diving videos of Europe using dual Halcyon rebreathers and WKPP / DIR techniques.

    IAND sticker $5 (Retro sticker. Note this was before the “T” came into IANTD! It was only Nitrox back then!

    Andrea Doria Videos - $25 for both (Note charging for the yellow VHS only. The other one is a copy of a video and I don’t have rights to it so I am throwing that copy in for free if you buy the yellow video)

    Underwater Signal mirror - $7

    San Diego Dive map $5

    Wreck Valley patch $5

    NAUI Visual Cylinder Inspection stickers (About 20 in the envelope) - $35

    NAUI 15 year pin - $3

    Tough to give up but I want to see it go to a good home. I would prefer to see this go on the back of someone’s electronically controlled rebreather! PADI – DIR sticker $20

    DVD of manufacturer training videos. Shows how to assemble and repair regulators. I used these to teach regulator repair classes and the equipment specialist course. Great teaching resource even though the material is dated!





    Sherwood (four DVDs)

    $50 for the set

    Fatally flawed – Deep Cave diving book $10

    360 degree LP regulator swivel - $15 each (I believe these are highland and never used before. Two available)

    DSS Hose hat - $3

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  2. Southside

    Southside Rebreather Pilot

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Chicago
  3. MattK911

    MattK911 Registered

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: Atlanta,Ga
    Having just dug through my shop owners box of hi-8’s and finding some early wkpp stuff if you buy the videos you’re in for a treat
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  4. sandiegoaes

    sandiegoaes Registered

    # of Dives: 2,500 - 4,999
    Location: Chicago
    Agreed. They are fun to see. Jarrod was an IANTD instructor (IIRC) at the time and none of the WKPP divers had isolators. Times have changed!
    MattK911 likes this.
  5. sandiegoaes

    sandiegoaes Registered

    # of Dives: 2,500 - 4,999
    Location: Chicago
    Updated list. Some items have sold and I adjusted the prices.


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