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For Sale Cutting Tools, LP hoses, SPGs, and a recreational light

Discussion in 'Classifieds: Other Gear & Multiple Items' started by geomatt21, Sep 4, 2020.

  1. geomatt21

    geomatt21 Contributor

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: San Jose, CA
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    Bundle and save on your shipping cost!

    Send me a DM if you are interested.

    Cutting tools:
    $12 Titanium coated shears with pouch- excellent condition (Dive Rite?)
    $5 Large handle line cutter with pouch- good condition (razor blade is replaceable)

    LP hoses:
    26" Aqualung inflator hose - Extra reinforced WP of 1250psi
    $20 open box like new condition
    29" Kevlar double-braided LP regulator hose
    $15 Excellent condition, comes with hose protector, stamped P.P.S.
    32" Sierra Precision LP regulator hose
    $5 Good condition, no cracks

    Submersible Pressure Gauges: accurate within 200psi
    *Note- These are both vintage, neither has been calibrated since manufacturing
    * Can ship with or without the 6" HP hose
    $30 IDI 5000psi Angled SPG made of solid brass (heavy)
    $15 Sherwood 5000psi SPG made of plastic with brass cover ring (lightweight)
    The Sherwood came out of a 3 gauge console and would be better protected with a boot on it.

    $25 Princeton Tec Light: Tec 40 (needs new batteries and o-ring)
    Excellent condition- bulb works, comes with retractable Gearkeeper
    Depth rated to 100m when used with new o-ring
    28 Lumens - 1 Halogen Bulb
    BURN TIME -43 hours when used with standard AA alkaline batteries
    WEIGHT: 6.4oz / 181g
     

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  2. runsongas

    runsongas Contributor

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: California - Bay Area
    4,643
    2,240
    wait, 28 lumens? is that a typo?
     
  3. geomatt21

    geomatt21 Contributor

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: San Jose, CA
    127
    9
    Nope. Its less than the average cell phone flashlight (50-100 lumens).
    It's great for looking under rock overhangs to get a better look at lobster.

    Tec 40
     

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