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Pressed Steel Tanks

Discussion in 'Florida' started by Ed Jewell, May 2, 2005.

  1. Ed Jewell

    Ed Jewell Instructor, Scuba

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: Melbourne, FL/Shavertown, PA
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    For all Melbourne, Brevard County and Central Florida Divers:

    Professional Diving Industries in Melbourne, FL is now a dealer for PST Scuba Cylinders and is now taking prepaid orders. Please notice that PDI's prices are very competitive with, and are lower than some on-line pricing of these tanks.

    PDI's PRICES INCLUDE TANK, YOKE/DIN VALVE, TANK BOOT, VISUAL INSPECTION AND AN AIR OR NITROX FILL.

    PDI's Prices:
    E7-80: $215.00
    E7-100: $329.00
    E7-120: $369.00
    E8-119: $335.00
    E8-130: $389.00

    Professional Diving Industries
    1693 N. Harbor City Blvd
    Melbourne, FL 32935
    321-254-1200

    Business Hours
    Mon. - Sat.: 10am - 7pm
    Sun: Closed
     
  2. diver doh

    diver doh Barracuda

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Back in the Seattle area
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    A: I don't pre-pay for anything from PST. Got burned by them once, won't happen again.

    B: Gee, a visual on a tank that ships with the valve installed? Must take all of what, 30 seconds to mark a sticker and slap it on? Such fantastic value added service!


    Aw, I think I'll pass.....


    Shucks, I can't buy from you anyhow... I live way north of you in St. Augustine...

    Even if it seems like I go diving in South Florida about every other weekend!?




     
  3. FlIrishman

    FlIrishman Solo Diver

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    PDI's Prices: - ***** - Divers Outlet Prices
    E7-80: $215.00 - ***** - $199
    E7-100: $329.00 - ***** - $324
    E7-120: $369.00 - ***** - $324
    E8-119: $335.00
    E8-130: $389.00 - ***** - $353

    You can walk into the store and walk out with your tanks and you get some credit for all the stuff you buy at Divers Outlet
    http://shop.diversdirect.com/group/Tanks_ID30

    Sorry, even being a Melbourne Diver, my preference is DO!
     
  4. DiverDan69

    DiverDan69 Instructor, Scuba

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    Pressed Steel has a 6 month waiting period, when we ordered 130's it took over 8 months to get them.... If you are looking for a deal on pressed steel tanks call us at 1-800-999-3483, then press 3.... However, the wait from PST still exists...
     
  5. dive4funOften

    dive4funOften Barracuda

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    I heard that the combo din/yoke is not approved. Is that true?
     
  6. jonnythan

    jonnythan Knight Scublar ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Upstate NY
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    Not approved by whom?
     
  7. jokeborn

    jokeborn Instructor, Scuba

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Now in Kentucky, ready to get wet
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    I hope it is approved, my LP 120 steels have the combo
     
  8. JustJoe

    JustJoe Barracuda

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    They are not allowed. You must give them up. I will be by your place in a couple of hours to alleviate you of the burden. No need to thank me. :eyebrow:

    Joe
     
  9. Talon

    Talon Solo Diver

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    I can't believe the price hike these tanks have been taking. When I got my 120 two years ago they where like $249 a piece at DD. Then I bought a used E8-130 a year ago for $200 and sold it for $300. Thought I was making a killing. Guess I should have held onto it :)
     
  10. FlIrishman

    FlIrishman Solo Diver

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    I just happened to stop into the Divers Outlet on I-95 in West Palm on the way back from a dive on Sunday. They've got a good supply of all but the 120's in stock. These are the high pressure ones - BUT their rated at 3449 lbs and not 3500 lbs so they have a spin in converter from the DIN to the normal fitting - pretty cute!
     

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