Oceanic service, environmental seals and DIN connectors for NorCal diving

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Angelo Farina

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SaltyWombat

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You'll have no problems finding DIN tanks in Monterey. Just tell the shop to remove the donut. If you don't, they might rent you a tank with a stripped donut that you can't unscrew. Just tell them ahead of time and you'll be fine.
 

Guille Giova

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Hi all! Just reviving this old thread to thank everyone for your input. Went to Spain, loved it, came back with regs, bcd and goodies - but most of the extra kilos I brought back are on my belly (Spain is yummy).

Scubapro was the final choice, partly based on this thread and also given stock available when I visited the store. Came back with a Mk17 EVO + C370 set since the g260 was not available. Still pretty happy with the purchase, got a package deal and a volume discount so the price was great in the end.

Looking forward to diving the new toys this weekend, thanks everyone for your advice!!
 
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