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Beuchat Boat Safety Diving System

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  • Description

    The Beuchat Boat Safety Diving System is designed for underwater emergency operations or routine maintenance checks below the waterline. This compact system is ideal for clearing fouled propellers and stern gear, anode inspection and hull maintenance. Perfect for small sailing yachts and round the world yacht trips.

    The kit includes:

    • Mask & Snorkel
    • 2-litre tank
    • Regulator (1st and 2nd stages, pressure gauge)
    • Stabilising harness with weight pockets
    • Shock-resistant storage bag with internal padded compartments.

    Dive duration : approx. 20 minutes at 3 metres depth. Remaining air in the tank can be checked at all times with incorporated pressure gauge. The air cylinder can be filled using a standard diving compressor.

    This kit enables you to carry out emergency checks only. It is imperative that correct dive safety training is obtained before operating this equipment.

  • Features
    • Use: Air
    • 1st Stage: Piston
    • LP Ports: 4
    • HP Ports: 1
    • Connection: DIN 230/300B
    • Venturi Control: Yes
    • Standard: EN 250-2014
    • Weight: 6 kg
    • Dimension : 45 x 35 x 18 cm
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  • Returns

    30 DAY RETURNS

    If you change your mind, it doesn’t fit, or you become inflicted with buyer’s regret - that's OK!

    Mike's Dive Store offer an extended returns policy of 30 days - so you can be rest assured if the suit, piece of diving equipment or gift doesn't suit then just send it back and we will either exchange it or offer a full refund less any postage costs. Too easy!

    Please note that there are some special order items on our website that will be subject to a 20% re-stocking fee but we will let you know about these items before we special order them so that you are aware of this. If this is the case we can always help with correct sizing so that we minimise the risk of return.

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