How often should SCUBAPRO regulators be serviced?

How often should SCUBAPRO regulators be serviced?

How often should SCUBAPRO regulators be serviced?

every 24 months
What is the current service cycle for my regulator? SCUBAPRO regulators need to be serviced every 24 months or 100 dives, whichever comes first, by an Authorized SCUBAPRO Dealer.

Who manufactures SCUBAPRO?

A Johnson Outdoors, Inc. company, SCUBAPRO employs more than 400 diving enthusiasts in 17 locations spread over 13 countries on four continents.

Where is SCUBAPRO manufactured?

In 1963 The MK2 regulator is introduced, considered the most reliable 1st stage in diving. The MK2 is still in production today at the Scubapro state of-the-art R&D facility in Italy.

Is SCUBAPRO Italian?

Scubapro was founded in California, USA by Gustav Della Valle and Dick Bonin in 1963, when diving was mainly fishing with long guns with spring and regulators with two corrugated hoses had little alternatives. Della Valle was Italian.

How much does it cost to get a scuba regulator serviced?

Scuba Regulator Repair

Annual Regulator Service (Plus Parts) $59.95
Annual BCD Service (Plus Parts) $19.95
Annual BCD with Octo Service (Plus Parts) $29.95
Bladder Repair (Up to 3 Small Holes) $50.00
Computer Battery Replacement (Most Models) $19.95

What company owns Jetboil?

Johnson OutdoorsJetboil / Parent organization

Who owns Johnson Outdoors?

Helen Johnson-Leipold
As Chairman and CEO of Johnson Outdoors, Helen Johnson-Leipold has turned the long-time holding company into a portfolio of strategically aligned iconic brands whose growth and success are now driven by the translation of consumer insights into innovative recreational products and technologies.

What happened Aeris scuba?

American Underwater Products (AUP) announced today the merger of two of their recreational dive companies, AERIS & Oceanic. Each of these companies currently offer similar product lines to the diving industry worldwide.

Can you service your own scuba gear?

A word of caution: Doing your own dive gear maintenance in lieu of taking it to a dive shop professional may void any warranties you have, so be sure to read all documentation that came with your SCUBA equipment and accessories.