ScoobieDooo:So was it any good? I read something about in its day be labeled as 'dangerous' - and many shops didn't want to sell it because Watergill had recommended new buyers to receive training in its use - kinda of like what Dacor did with the Nautilus.
I used to have one.
I sold it to someone on the web a couple years ago to someone who used to be a WaterGill employee. According to him the "dangerous" thing about them was I think how the power inflator hose was attached on some models... I think he said that it had a tendency to tear away from the bladder, which of course could cause negative bouyancy.
Anyway, he bought it regardless. I think he new how to fix this or re-enforce the part where it attached. I think it also had an issue with this part being plastic or brass (the elbow turn of the power inflate hose off the bladder).
Hope this helps some.