SCUBA equipment for sale

MouseTrap

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This is 20(ish) year old vintage equipment. has been sitting in my basement for a long time. Would like to see if anyone here is interested before opening myself up to the Craigslist hassle. Located in Southern Maine.


  • 2 - 80 cubic foot, 3000 psi, aluminum cylinders
    1 - aluminum pony bottle (cylinders WAY out of hydrostat)
    2 - buoyancy compensators (sea Pro, & Auqua Lung 90's pink :rolleyes:)
    3 - sets of regulators/octopus/gauge consoles (1 high-end, 2 lower end)
    1 - dry suit (Sea Pro)
    1 - cold water 1/4" neoprene wet-suit farmer john and hood (Body Wrap)
    2 - Warm water 1/8" shorty neoprene we suits (sterns, & Body Wrap)
    3 - cheapo dive knives
    1 - light
    1 - set of ankle weights

Everything needed to dive except mask/fins/weight-belt. All stuff is size XL. Will fit someone 6' tall, 200 lbs (+/-). No tears, everything should work. HIGHLY RECOMMEND HAVING A DIVE SHOP SERVICE THE REGULATORS BEFORE DEEP DIVE.

Strongly prefer to sell as a complete set (not to break up). This would be thousands $$$ to to buy new. Asking $500.

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longislander89

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Wow that us a great deal. If we were the same size I would be very interested. Someone is going to get a killer deal on a ton of gear.
 

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Thanks LI89. Most of this was purchased new at Divers Way in West Islip. They made the Body Wrap wet-suits in-house. The closed there doors in 2004 after over 40 years of business.

This equipment has spent time diving on the USS San Diego, the U-853, various lesser known wrecks, the old Ponquogue Bridge, all of the Jetties on the South Shore, Sore Thumb, etc., etc...

When I moved to Maine, I never connected with any dive buddies. So, hopefully someone else will appreciate it, and get it wet again. I'm moving soon, and it doesn't make sense to move it again.
 

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