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text 2013-10-24 04:25
Deep Blue Group Divers: Complete Equipment Repair and Service Rates

Deep Blue Group Divers Services

Dear Diver:

 

The diving equipment you have purchased is very important to your safety and enjoyment. It is necessary to review your equipment on a regular basis to insure it's optimum performance. This will save you time, money and frustration if you follow a regular Preventative Maintenance Schedule (PMS).

Our outline in this newsletter will help you learn and understand this PMS process.

Remember your warranty requires annual inspection at our repair facilities and does include service parts when an overhaul is required if you maintain this inspection process.

Come in and see us at the repair facility when your annual is due.

 

Regulator Maintenance

 

When a scuba regulator is new it is put through an eight point inspection process to insure it's proper performance. This is done by a factory trained staff member of your local dive store. When you buy your regulator from an authorize dealer this $100 insurance process is included as a part of the purchase.

Each year thereafter your authorized dealer will perform this same inspection under the warranty. After a year and no more than a two year period your regulator may need an overhaul maintenance. Your store's certified repair technician will perform this overhaul by inspecting, disassembly, cleaning in an acid, lubricating, reassembling and bench testing your regulator.

Your old external scratches will still remain but internally and performance wise your regulator will be like new.

 

Take care of your regulator and replace the necessary parts when the time comes and you will have a lasting piece of diving equipment.

 

Inside a Regulator

 

What is inside your regulator?

Hopefully only what is intended to be there.

If you use your regulator in ocean water, fresh water streams , lakes or quarries or just a swimming pool you will have some of that left behind inside your regulator.

The most corrosive water your regulator will likely come in contact with is the pool water. Next would be ocean water. Both have a very corrosive effect on the metal parts.

Always rinse your regulator after a dive in a running tap water. Make sure the dust cap is in place on the first stage and that you do not press the purge of the 2nd stage when rinsing. You do not want to allow water to move into the internal working components of your regulator.

Shake the residual rinse water free and allow to dry out of the sun if possible.

Keeping your regulator clean will extend the service life and maintain the best performance of your regulator.

 

Learn More About the Workings of Your Equipment:

 

The technical staff at our store has compiled an Equipment Specialty course for all divers. This program will take you inside regulators, BCD's and computers and find out how they work. Join us for our next program. This class is fun and very informative.

 

 

RENTAL GEAR

Rental Gear Rates

 

Annual Service Rates

• Regulator overhaul (1st & 2nd stage) - $75/plus parts

• Regulator overhaul (2nd stage or octo) - $35/plus part

• Air Source overhaul - $45/plus parts

• BCD service - $45/plus parts

• BCD with Air Source - $55.00

• Tank Tumble - $10 per hour

• Tank Hydro - $30

• Tank VIP - $18

• O2 tank clean - $10

• Eddy Current** - $8

 

**Required on all 6351-T6 aluminum alloy tanks (prior to 1990)

 

• Dry suit seals - $60 per seal

• Console gauge - $10/plus parts

• Console with computer: Battery Change and submersible pressure check: $25.00

• Air Fill - $7.00 (10 punch card:$60 / 20 punch card: $100)

• Nitrox Fill - $18.00 (up to 40%, must show EAN card)

• Note some computers must be sent back to factory for service Such as Suunto D-9, D6. Uwatec Tec-Z & Galileo.

 

More details visit website http://deepbluediversusa.com

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text 2013-10-22 01:15
Deep Blue Group Divers

For interested in a better defog product...check this out.

 

FROG SPIT promo

 

Exciting New Promo

Only Until October 31st

 

Purchase ANY Apeks regulator (or Aqualung Legend) and receive a FREE octo. This is a great deal and will certainly save you a few bucks.

This only lasts until Oct. 31st so to get in on this great deal, you have got to act fast.

 

 

 

We have some really exciting trips planned over the next few years with the Aggressor Fleet.

 

For those familiar with these trips you know they set the standard for exceptional diving and accommodations. If interested in any of the upcoming trips, contact the store for further details and to reserve your spot.

 

Cayman Aggressor 6/7-6/14/2014

starting at $2795

 

Thailand Aggressor: 1/18-1/24/2015 Week 1

starting at $2980

 

Thailand Aggressor: 1/25-1/31/2015 Week 2

starting at $2980

 

for more information on the cabins, click on this link

 

Thailand Aggressor Yacht

 

...and many more in the works

 

More Info Here http://deepbluediversusa.com

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text 2013-10-21 05:32
Deep Blue Group Divers New Specials

For a limited time, sign up for an Advanced Open Water Class and receive 20% off a light package.

 

 

The AOW class consist of five dives, one of which is a night dive. If you have never dove at night it is simply incredible! One of the additional pieces of equipment you will need will be a primary and backup light.

By signing up this month you get to be part of an incredible class...and you also save some coin on your lights.

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Looking for a great package deal? Check out our "Essential" package...everything you need to get you on the way to being a fully equipped diver,

 

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We still have a few of our slightly used suits for sale. If you are interested in any of those listed please come in and try one on.

 

DUI

1 Large CLX450 Like new (Black) Font Zip,Rock Boot, Extra Pocket, Retails for over $2600.00: $1500.00

1 XL 50/50 Like New (Aqua and Black) Front Zip Rock Boots Retails for $2500.00: $1500.00

1 XL TLS Back Zip Great Shape Black and Blue Retails for $1500.00 $750.00

Diver Concept

1 M, Z-Flex Front Zip Used less than 3 dives Like New Retails new for over 1700.00: $1200.00

 

 

 

The Nautilus Lifeline is a GPS radio for Divers... Never worry about your dive boat finding you again. The Nautilus Lifeline has full featured marine VHF radio and GPS with LCD display that shows GPS position, VHF channel in use and battery life. The Nautilus Lifeline features chat channel and non-emergency functions. With it's 8 mile range you can now dive with confidence that Nautilus Lifeline will get you out of any jam.

 

Distress Button:

Depress button for 3 seconds for DCS transmission of distress message. The Nautilus Lifeline will send GPS coordinates that will display on the other vessel's marine radios within 8 miles. Activate optional non-emergency group call with GPS coordinates and automatic channel switch for all Lifelines belonging to a specific dive boat or group.

 

Strobe Light:

We prefer to call this the diver position indicating light. Duel strobes will flash on the Nautilus Lifeline when in DISTRESS MODE which is especially useful after sunset.

 

GPS:

The Nautilus Lifeline has the latest version Jupiter 3 GPS receiver displaying latitude and longitude on the LCD display.

 

LCD DISPLAY:

Displays GPS position, signal lock, channel in use, battery remaining as well as volume, squelch, channel selection and GPS polling.

 

Boat Button:

Press this button to turn radio GPS on to Ch16, the universal hail and distress channel worldwide on EVERY marine radio. Use this button to select alternate channels 09, 14 or other pre-selected channels. The Nautilus Lifeline has imbedded software that prevents an inexperienced user from inadvertently locking the channel up.

 

Chat Button:

Pressing the Chat Button on the Nautilus Lifeline will turn the radio GPS on or switch to user selected marine VHF frequency. Use this button to change channels to any marine frequency. This is a fully functional marine VHF radio. Use both buttons together to adjust volume or squelch, select GPS polling or turn radio off.

 

SPEAKER/MICROPHONE:

The Nautilus Lifeline is waterproof to IP67 standards. Submersible to 3 feet (1 meter). The cap of your Lifeline can be opened on the surface (only) in any sea state allowing full use of all features.

 

USB Port:

Used for recharging the battery on the Nautilus Lifeline, downloading GPS log of dive sites onto Google map or interface for adjusting advanced settings.

 

RECHARGABLE BATTERY:

1850 mAh lithium ion battery. The Nautilus Lifeline connects to any USB charger. 24 hours of battery life in DISTRESS mode.

 

For more details Please Visit Website at  http://deepbluediversusa.com

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text 2013-10-20 07:12
Deep Blue Group Divers: SERVICE

Complete Equipment Repair and Service Rates:

 

Dear Diver:

 

The diving equipment you have purchased is very important to your safety and enjoyment. It is necessary to review your equipment on a regular basis to insure it's optimum performance. This will save you time, money and frustration if you follow a regular Preventative Maintenance Schedule (PMS).

Our outline in this newsletter will help you learn and understand this PMS process.

Remember your warranty requires annual inspection at our repair facilities and does include service parts when an overhaul is required if you maintain this inspection process.

Come in and see us at the repair facility when your annual is due.

 

Regulator Maintenance

 

When a scuba regulator is new it is put through an eight point inspection process to insure it's proper performance. This is done by a factory trained staff member of your local dive store. When you buy your regulator from an authorize dealer this $100 insurance process is included as a part of the purchase.

Each year thereafter your authorized dealer will perform this same inspection under the warranty. After a year and no more than a two year period your regulator may need an overhaul maintenance. Your store's certified repair technician will perform this overhaul by inspecting, disassembly, cleaning in an acid, lubricating, reassembling and bench testing your regulator.

Your old external scratches will still remain but internally and performance wise your regulator will be like new.

 

Take care of your regulator and replace the necessary parts when the time comes and you will have a lasting piece of diving equipment.

 

 Inside a Regulator

 

What is inside your regulator?

Hopefully only what is intended to be there.

If you use your regulator in ocean water, fresh water streams , lakes or quarries or just a swimming pool you will have some of that left behind inside your regulator.

The most corrosive water your regulator will likely come in contact with is the pool water. Next would be ocean water. Both have a very corrosive effect on the metal parts.

Always rinse your regulator after a dive in a running tap water. Make sure the dust cap is in place on the first stage and that you do not press the purge of the 2nd stage when rinsing. You do not want to allow water to move into the internal working components of your regulator.

Shake the residual rinse water free and allow to dry out of the sun if possible.

Keeping your regulator clean will extend the service life and maintain the best performance of your regulator.

 

 Learn More About the Workings of Your Equipment:

The technical staff at our store has compiled an Equipment Specialty course for all divers. This program will take you inside regulators, BCD's and computers and find out how they work. Join us for our next program. This class is fun and very informative.

 

Rental Gear Rates

 

RENTAL GEAR

 

Annual Service Rates

 • Regulator overhaul (1st & 2nd stage) - $75/plus parts

• Regulator overhaul (2nd stage or octo) - $35/plus part

• Air Source overhaul - $45/plus parts

• BCD service - $45/plus parts

• BCD with Air Source - $55.00

• Tank Tumble - $10 per hour

• Tank Hydro - $30

• Tank VIP - $18

• O2 tank clean - $10

• Eddy Current** - $8

 

**Required on all 6351-T6 aluminum alloy tanks (prior to 1990)

 

• Dry suit seals - $60 per seal

• Console gauge - $10/plus parts

• Console with computer: Battery Change and submersible pressure check:  $25.00

• Air Fill - $7.00 (10 punch card:$60 / 20 punch card: $100)

• Nitrox Fill - $18.00 (up to 40%, must show EAN card)

• Note some computers must be sent back to factory for service Such as Suunto D-9, D6. Uwatec Tec-Z & Galileo.

 

Complete details visit website http://deepbluediversusa.com

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text 2013-10-16 17:10
Deep Blue Group Divers: Class Specials

Deep Blue Group Divers

 

Now is a perfect time to try one out. If you purchase a drysuit within 30 days of taking your class, your class costs will apply towards the purchase price.

 

Already familiar with drysuits but perhaps want to try one out? We have Whites Fusion suits in our rental program.

 

 Rental costs:

Daily Drysuit - $30 per day (24 hour period); billed in 1 day increments

3 Day Drysuit - $75 per 3 days (72 hour period); billed in 1 day increments after 72 hours

7 Day Drysuit - $140 per 7 days (168 hour period); billed in 1 day increments after 168 hours

 

More details:

http://deepbluediversusa.com/New%20Specials.htm

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