For Sale US Divers Conshelf 21. Fresh from complete service.
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US Divers Conshelf 21. Fresh from complete service.
Finally got thru all the gear I was putting together to get back into diving with the family. Ended up with an extra regulator set up. Wife decided to go with a smaller 2nd stage.
US Divers Conshelf 21 regulator. In PERFECT condition. Out of a scale of 1-10 I'd give it a 8-9. If I still had the box, it would be a 9-10. In OUTSTANDING condition.
Just picked it up on 09-10 for it's service as I did not want there to be any issues with it. Planned on giving it to my brother in law, but his wife is getting him a complete set up as a birthday gift. So seeing if anyone wants it.
It's still in the plastic bag from the LDS.
1st stage, second stage and an extra lp hose.
Selling it for $150 plus shipping costs. Local pick up OK by me (ft. lauderdale area). Again, the service was just completed by a local dive shop (Underseas in Ft. Lauderdale) so you do not have to pay for a service.
E-mail'd photos to those who asked. Some of them are not that clear since I took them while the unit was still in the service bag from the annual service. But again, the 1st and 2nd stages have no marks/nicks scratches what so ever. The service was $75.
Will also consider trade for a wrist dive computer as well.