How much is a rebreather?

How much is a rebreather?

Bottom line is you should be able to get a fully functioning rebreather such as a megalodon for around $10k and training for that unit is $1500 just about anywhere.

Can I buy a rebreather?

There are many places where you can buy a certified used rebreather from a manufacturer. Some private sales offer the assurance that a rebreather has been recently serviced. If you buy used, check that you are not buying obsolete.

How deep can you dive on a rebreather?

Somewhat differently from the more technically oriented dive-training agencies, PADI offers two levels of recreational rebreather diver course, qualifying students to a maximum depth of 59 feet (18 m) and 130 feet (40 m) respectively.

Can you buy rebreathers GTA?

Can be bought at Ammu-Nation, for $5,000 each.

What is the Poseidon Se7en rebreather?

The Poseidon Se7en Rebreather is a fully closed-circuit, automated rebreather (eCCR) that will allow you to have a very different and improved diving experience. The Se7en is exceptionally small, light and simple to use.

What is the Poseidon MKVI re-breather?

The Poseidon MKVI is the world’s first rebreather for recreational divers. It’s a fully­closed, fully ­automated unit that will make you see diving in a different light. The system comprises a breathing loop (mouthpiece, hoses, counter lungs and backpack) with associated electronics module, and two independent gas cylinders.

What is the best rebreather with the best sensor?

The most capable rebreather with some serious brain power. Within the core of the SE7EN+ lies one of the most advanced rebreather controllers ever made with the best oxygen sensor ever invented. With Poseidon’s G7 electronics, it senses every move, predicts the future and offers information long before any critical situation arises.

How does Poseidon Se7en+ technology work?

How Poseidon SE7EN+ technology works. All closed circuit rebreathers use oxygen, diluent (air/trimix), a breathing loop, counter-lungs, a mouthpiece to deliver the breathing gas, a scrubber to remove the carbon dioxide from the system and a method to replace the metabolized oxygen.