How often should SCUBAPRO regulators be serviced?

How often should SCUBAPRO regulators be serviced?

every 24 months
What is the current service cycle for my regulator? SCUBAPRO regulators need to be serviced every 24 months or 100 dives, whichever comes first, by an Authorized SCUBAPRO Dealer.

Where is SCUBAPRO?

All SCUBAPRO regulators are fully made in Italy, where they are engineered, manufactured, assembled and tested by top professionals.

How much is it to service a regulator?

All batteries will be replaced at a cost of $19.95 each unless otherwise noted on the regulator repair form or with the exception of non-user replaceable batteries….Scuba Regulator Repair.

Annual Regulator Service (Plus Parts) $59.95
Bladder Repair (Up to 3 Small Holes) $50.00
Computer Battery Replacement (Most Models) $19.95

How much does BCD service cost?

A buoyancy compensator device (BCD) should be serviced annually or every 100 dives. Whichever comes first….

Service $25.00 plus parts
Service (with Atomic ss1 ) $45.00 plus parts
Service (with Aqualung/US Divers Air Source) $45.00 plus parts
Service (with Mares AirTrim) $45.00 plus parts

When should a regulator be serviced?

In order to maintain the product warranty and optimum performance your regulator must receive service from an authorized XXXXXXXXXX dealer every 24 months or 300 hours of use, whichever comes first.

Can you service your own scuba gear?

One of the more common questions we get from divers is, “Can I perform my own dive gear maintenance?” The answer to this oft-asked question is yes, as long as you do it correctly.

Is scubapro still in business?

Scubapro merged with dive computer manufacturer Uwatec in 1997 and became part of Johnson Outdoors. The company, now known as “Scubapro Uwatec”, currently manufactures diving regulators, buoyancy compensators, dive computers, masks, fins, snorkels, wetsuits and drysuits, as well as scuba accessories.

What wrist do you wear a dive computer on?

You do need to closely monitor your depth during ascents/descents, safety stops / deco stops, and you often need to operate the inflator/dump to contro your depth at the same time…. that is why “computer on the right wrist” is most common. Best wishes.

Why service with an Scubapro technician?

SCUBAPRO professionally trains and certifies technicians from Authorized Dealers to be able to service all SCUBAPRO regulators. These technicians have the special skills, tools and equipment to safely service your regulator. We do not sell parts direct. How can I know if the BCD I have chosen will be my size and fit correctly?

How do I Register my Scubapro product?

All SCUBAPRO products come with a warranty period. Registration is the best way to establish original ownership and ensure quick and easy repairs and service. How do I register my purchases? You can register directly on this website by accessing the Product Registration page. How do I get technical assistance on the product I have?

What is the best way to store Scubapro equipment?

SCUBAPRO believes that equipment needs to be stored in a clean, dry and climate controlled environment. Failure to control the heat and cold during storage will greatly shorten the lifespan of the equipment. Wetsuits and drysuits should be stored on a thick hanger utilizing a garment type bag to protect from dust and light.

How often should a Scubapro regulator be serviced?

SCUBAPRO regulators need to be serviced every 24 months or 100 dives, whichever comes first, by an Authorized SCUBAPRO Dealer. What is the best regulator for cold water diving? All SCUBAPRO regulators are tested and certified for cold water diving. Special tuning and adjustments are recommended and can be preformed by an Authorized Dealer.