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Spare Air Independent Reviews

diia Defence Interaction Intelligence Agency Magazine reports on the entire line of Submersible System products and how they have been saving lives for over 30 years in their "Shaken - Not Stirred" edition.

Scuba Diving Magazine The Spare Air is featured in the regulator review in the Jan/Feb issue of Scuba Diving Magazine.

Scuba Diving Magazine 60 Seconds Scuba Lab Scuba Diving Magazine features the Spare Air with Travel Pack in their November/December issue "60:SECOND SCUBALAB" 2010 Top Gear - TEC Gear & Accessories.

Scuba Diving Magazine In the Jan/Feb 2010 issue of Scuba Diving Magazine, the 3.0 cu. ft. Spare Air is reviewed in their Breathe Easy - Second stage and backup systems article in PDF format. View Scuba Diving Website for this and more product reviews.

Alert Diver Online The article "Theory into Practice" published by Alert Diver Online, the website magazine sponsored by DAN, reveals a discussion regarding the practical application of equipment and methods taught in SCUBA diving certification to resolve out-of-air emergencies and what you might need to save your own life.

Popular Mechanics Glenn Harlan Reynolds presents a video review of Spare Air for Popular Mechanics.  View the Spare Air in action and read the comprehensive review, "Spare Air is Reverse Parachute of Scuba: Test Dive (With Video)."

Outside Boseman Mike England wrote a quick review of the Spare Air in the regional publication, Outside Bozeman.  We have an Adobe Acrobat copy of the article.

SCUBA Diver Magazine "Got Air: Our team evaluates eight redundant air systems that could save your life." - Rodale's SCUBA Diving Magazine.

SCUBA Diving Magazine

"Battle of the Bottles: What's Your Opinion?" - Rodale's SCUBA Diving Magazine.  Please note that Spare Air Max Depth recommendation is 30 meters (99ft).  See our Owner's Manual for more details.


Wet Dawg "Great idea for divers of all levels and abilities.   5 out of 5 peaks." - Lynn Seldon

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Articles related to SCUBA diving and out-of-air emergencies

Scuba Radio Scuba Radio's Greg the Dive Master speaks with Submersible Systems own Vincent Michaels about the Spare Air used in an actual out-of-air emergency and other possible situations.

Alert Divers Online article on Dive Safety: It's no accident Panic and Post Tramatic Stress. DAN takes a look at a real life dive incident where a simple equipment malfuction almost turned into sheer panic and death. A video taken by the diver during the incident is available at the end of the article. The Spare Air may have played a pivital role in the survival of the diver.

SCUBA Nation SCUBA Nation produced a "Product Shorty" about the Spare Air that is available on their YouTube Channel.

Scuba Diving Magazine From the November/December issue of Scuba Diving Magazine, "Ask the Experts" Melinda Herndon and Peter van Scolk discuss the prospect of Redundant Air Systems becoming mandatory.

DAN Online A chilling article about the root "triggers" or causes of diving fatalities. A must-read if you don't think you need a Spare Air. Alert Diver Online presents: "Dive Safety - It's no accident" by Dan Orr

Alert Diver Online The article "Theory into Practice" published by Alert Diver Online, the website magazine sponsored by DAN, discusses the practical application of equipment and methods taught in SCUBA diving certification to resolve out-of-air emergencies and what you might need to know to save your own life.

Dive Training Magazine Robert N. Rossier addresses the safety issue "When Uh-Oh Happens, How to Equip and Prepare for Out-of-Air Situations" in the March 2009 issue of Dive Training Magazine.

Dive Training Magazine Lynn Laymon reviews Air Supply Backup Plans in the October 2008 SCUBA SKILLS article published in Dive Training Magazine.

SCUBA Diving Magazine SCUBA Diving Magazine conducted a survey about out-of-air issues.  Sponsored by Spare Air, this survey appeared on ScubaDiving.com in March 2003 and received 1336 responses.

   

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