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Conshelf fans welcomed

Discussion in 'Regulators' started by Calvinator, Jun 26, 2004.

  1. Calvinator

    Calvinator Nassau Grouper

    How many models of Conshelves are out there? I've only heard of Conshelf XIV and Conshelf 22. Are there other Conshelf models out there?
  2. AevnsGrandpa

    AevnsGrandpa Barracuda

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: Bloomnigton, Illinois
    I have 2 Conshelf SE2's. One is my primary and the other is my octo.

  3. rescuediver009

    rescuediver009 Loggerhead Turtle

    I know that there are alot fo them in circulation around here. If they weren't an arm and a leg to service they would be great regs. (they still are though). If they have the env. kit on them though they can skip some years for service of the first stage.
  4. glbirch

    glbirch Solo Diver

    I'm still using a Conshelf XIV(?), built in 1974. Great reg, breathes well, hasn't failed me yet. Rescudiver009 is right about the first stage. I take it in every year for servicing but most times nothing needs to be done with it.
  5. Queen

    Queen Guest

    I kick myself for getting rid of my conshelf XIV, best reg I ever had.
  6. buds

    buds Angel Fish

    I have owned an SE2 for a looooong time ,, recently bought a Legend Lx Supreme... But i still feel guilty using my SE2 as an Octo...(Think im going through some kind of withdrawl. )I get it serviced once every year ,, i dont care what it costs..Wonderful work horse no nonsense regulator
  7. garyfotodiver

    garyfotodiver Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Chicago, but dive in FL. Not true anymore, as I di
    I have used a US Divers SE3 regulator for several years. The first stage is almost identical to that of my Conshelf XII. The SE3 costs about $75 to service, which includes the octo and guages. There is no reason for me to switch regulators.

    After a rebuild, I plan to use the XII in cold water.
  8. Calvinator

    Calvinator Nassau Grouper

    Are there any photos on the web for the abovesaid models? Just being very curious of how the look and perform like. Is the Lengend LX performing better than the Conshelf or the pther way round?
  9. DA Aquamaster

    DA Aquamaster Directional Toast ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 2,500 - 4,999
    Location: NC
    I routinely see Conshelf XII's and XIV's in addition to the newer variants come through the shop for service. Essentially the major difference bewteen models is the port arrangements with some differences in the number of Lp ports and hose sizes. Internally they are essentially identical and take the same annual service kit.
  10. Calvinator

    Calvinator Nassau Grouper

    Is there a Conshelf out there with 2 high pressure ports on the first stage?

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