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    SAS equipment

    Hi. Who can say something about equipment produced by SAS corporation. I'd be grateful to receive any comments from colleagues who have ever used it, specifically about RS01-j regulator.

    This equipment is marketed in Moscow as hi-end stuff, and pretty expensive, but I've never heared about it from my instructors.

    Thanks

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    I have tried this brand but I know it is from...

    I have tried this brand but I know it is from Japan.

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    Neo ir sas

    I have an regulator SAS NEO (eight years old)

    I will do my first dive this on NEO this saturday in cold water of lake Baikal.
    I will let you know the result of how it works.

    More soon

    Andrey Bobkov

    Quote Originally Posted by Sergei Gavrilov View Post
    Hi. Who can say something about equipment produced by SAS corporation. I'd be grateful to receive any comments from colleagues who have ever used it, specifically about RS01-j regulator.

    This equipment is marketed in Moscow as hi-end stuff, and pretty expensive, but I've never heared about it from my instructors.

    Thanks
    Andrey Bobkov
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    Yes they are Japanese. They are not so easy to service and the internal parts are not very standard in my experience so if you are going to get a set of their regs I would be sure to look in to what after sales support there is around where you are.

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