Having a safety back-up air supply has many advantages over a standard alternate air source. The most obvious is that it is a separate air supply and allows self-rescue in an emergency out of air situation. We are taught to stay with our buddy so that in case of an emergency they are right there ready to help us. Next time you make a dive count the times your buddy is further then arms-length from you. You will be surprised that they are much further away more often then you may think. Spare-Air gives you a major advantage over an alternate air source when an emergency arises. Having something to breathe from while you are swimming to your buddy, and then, getting their attention while they have their head in a hole watching a lobster can take several breaths or more of air. A skydiver wears a reserve parachute; a Scuba diver should have a reserve breathing system. For over 35 years Spare Air supplied divers with the smallest, most-compact redundant system available for out-of-air emergencies. The patented Spare Air should be a standard piece of Scuba diving equipment for the safety minded diver. In an out-of-air emergency, why would you trust your life to anything else? New, available with a 6.0 cubic foot cylinder. Package includes Spare Air, holster, safety leash & refill adapter. Provides twice the amount of air over the standard 3.0 cubic foot Spare Air. Refill your Spare Air in seconds off any full Scuba tank with the included adapter. Weighing under 4
Spare-Air 3000 6.0 Kit, Holster, Safety Leash, Refill Adapter, Owner's Manual
Spare-Air 3000 6.0 Kit:
Skydiver's Wear Reserve Parachute
Scuba Divers Carry Spare Air!
Smallest, Most-Compact Redundant System Available