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Scuba Gear for sale, Never Used

Discussion in 'Old Unclassified Classified Ads' started by BCScuba, Dec 28, 2003.

  1. BCScuba

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    Purchased a full set of Scuba Gear from Great Pacific Diving Co. in Vancouver, BC at the cost of $4700.00 (have reciept) and my job has transferred me to a place I cannot dive. Sadly, I am placing it up for sale and the gear has not even been used.

    All gear is med-large (5'7 - 6'2 150-220 lbs ish)

    Serious inquiries may email me for photo's: cgard1234@hotmail.com

    This is the gear and the price I paid in CANADIAN DOLLARS (as shown on receipt)

    Seaquest Black Diamond BCD (black) paid $995.00
    has management system, dive knife etc

    TUSA Imprex Dry Suit (this is a really nice suit) paid $1095

    U.S. Divers Titan Regulators, Pivot Console, Dry Suit Hose, SPG, Octo
    Paid $1075.00 (black carry bag included)

    US Divers 80 tanks in Stainless Steel (2) paid $569.00

    Seasoft Weight Belt, BCD Weights, Ankle Weights $205

    Lots of extras: Lazer Sticks for night dive, Dive Saver Kit (back up pieces), Black Gear bag carries everything, Tank Boots (very nice for carrying tanks), Sunlight C8 Divelight, Sunlight Dive light (small), Diving Knife

    As mentioned, all gear is unused and like new condition.

    I would like to get $2800 Canadian dollars or approx ($2000 US Dollars)
    I may be flexible depending on offers. Serious inquiries email me for more info and photos
     
  2. Hallmac

    Hallmac Instructor, Scuba

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    Where on earth can't you dive?

    Hallmac
     
  3. COVCI

    COVCI Instructor, Scuba

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    Your cylinders are Aluminum, not Steel.

    Thanks,
    Chris
    COVCI
     
  4. Uncle Pug

    Uncle Pug Swims with Orca ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Time to cut your losses I'd say... and quit your job.
     
  5. BCScuba

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    I meant the tanks are in a stainless type finish (as opposed to painted aluminum) As for the "where u cant dive" question- Well, I am not a lake diver. When I get back to the west coast I will get back into diving, until then the gear is for sale. Serious buyers and not "browsers" are free to call me on the phone etc whatever makes you feel comfortable if you want to talk business.

    Thanks for your interest.
     
  6. BCScuba

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    Hallmac

    Just a follow up, I posted the description before I noticed I could post pictures...so of course after looking at the picture you know they havent been painted some whacky yellow or something =) Anyways I am gun collector, I get so used to calling things "stainless steel finish" if it resembles anything remotely silver - it just kind of slipped out. Have a good one :D
     
  7. Hallmac

    Hallmac Instructor, Scuba

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    I didn't ask that question but found my answer. (don't like lakes!)
    Good Luck with the new job!

    Hallmac
     
  8. BCScuba

    BCScuba Guest

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    Yep you are right, you didnt ask that question the other guy did lol. Whoops =)
     
  9. webshaark

    webshaark Angel Fish

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    Have you got a price in mind for the dry-suit or will you only sell it all together?
     
  10. bridgediver

    bridgediver Instructor, Scuba

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    Some lakes can be better or as good as the coast of BC! You're not headed to north saskatchewan are you?
     

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