Waterproof's New Aquila and Draco Drysuits.
"Finally, a front zip, tri-lam, telescoping torso drysuit that is rouged enough to survive even the most demanding sidemount only cave dive an comfortable enough to wear on the most laid back recreational dive. The ability self don and double protected seals make this the drysuit for any serious diver."
-Mitch Craft PADI Staff Instr, Owner, Trimix Cave Diver
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"I have been in and out of drysuits since 1999 and one thing that I can tell you is that most drysuits aren't made for big dudes. I finally gave up and went semi-dry brrr. The neoprene suits just fit better. I have been happy with my semi-dry until I found the Draco. Because the Draco is a crushed neoprene suit it fits better than my semi-dry and it's Fully Dry. I am really digging these suits."
-Bryan Eslava Master Instr. Drysuit Instr. Cave Tec/Diver
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Scuba Regulator Repair - Scuba Annual Service
Our trained technicians will do a total scuba regulator repair, or annual overhaul of your scuba regulator for just $50.00 (Plus parts if applicable). A Scuba Regulator Repair, also known as a Scuba Annual Service will include a complete disassembly, sonic cleaning of all metal parts, replacing or inspection and cleaning of all internal components, lubing, and re-assembling the regulators, 1st and 2nd stage and your octo (Octo inflators are a $20.00 additional charge). We will also check, lube and replace your HP Gauge o-rings and spool, All batteries will be replaced at a cost of $19.95 each unless otherwise noted or with the exception of none user replaceable batteries. Then your regulator will be cycled multiple times to assure proper seating of the internal components. After the break in, it will be fine tuned and adjusted to specs on our flow bench.
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