Octopus Scuba Regulator

USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage


USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage
USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage
USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage
USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage
USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage
USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage
USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage
USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage
USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage
USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage
USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage
USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage

USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage   USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage
USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage There are 60 photos of the item below. From a local estate, I'm not a diver so I can't do an operational evaluation other than a basic description (I knew someone that worked at NOAA and dived, he had helped explain some of the terminology and concepts whenever I used to find regulators, how to do a basic diaphragm test). Exhaling into each mouthpiece, the air exits (I can hear the diaphragm), when inhaling the diaphragm is closed (which I believe is what you want to happen when not connected to a tank). I don't know the actual model names or numbers of any of these parts. I saw similar shaped 2nd stages listed as Jetstream. The yellow 2nd stage has an approx 36 Poseidon systems hose, the plastic housing on that reg shows some finish wear, the chrome fittings where it connects to the hose look clean (looking down into the mouthpiece, the metal hardware looks clean with no oxidation). The mouthpiece rubber feels good and is not cracking etc. No damage or cracks seen on the housing. There is a slide switch on the back that can be moved between +/- markings. The black 2nd stage has an approx 26-27 hose (including end fittings), that hose has the Poseidon systems markings in raised lettering along the hose. The fittings where the hose connects to the reg has signs of oxidation and I see tool marks on the larger knurled end nut (like from channel locks etc). Otherwise, the condition is similar to the yellow stage (the metal logo plate is silver colored rather than brass colored as on the yellow stage). The mouthpiece rubber feels good, supple and not cracking. The interior hardware I can see through the mouthpiece opening looks good with no oxidation. Housing shows wear from use but no cracks or damage found. The +/- switch can be slid either direction. The three hoses connected to the 1st stage (tank stage) all have red rubber boots (from Harry Truitt's Lighthouse).

Those boots show some discoloring (darkening). The 1st stage has 5 ports that I can see, 3 Low Pressure (LP) 1 HP (high pressure) and one marked R. The 1st stage shows wear from use. There are nicks/scratches to surfaces and edges.

Toolmarks and oxidation spots on the hose fittings connecting to the 1st stage. Tool marks, wear, scratches, nicks etc from use overall to the 1st stage. There is a hose connected to an LP port (with nothing connected), that hose is close to 36.

It is not branded, just has a warning not to exceed 250psi. There is also a loose hose, it has faint Poseidon markings (mostly worn off). One end has a quick release of some kind with a CP767 stamp.

Noted that quick release end (made in Sweden but a different brand I can't make out), has oxidation inside that fitting, there is a center piece down in that end that is oxidized, I can pull the quick release and see the bearings come up and down around that center piece so it is not completely frozen. Both end connectors have oxidation and tool marks.

I didn't find any obvious damage to the hose housings however without a pressure test there is no guarantee. -- See photos for condition details. -- I don't have a way to arrange for a local pick-up of this item, I'm sorry for the inconvenience.

The item "USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage" is in sale since Tuesday, June 29, 2021. This item is in the category "Sporting Goods\Water Sports\Scuba & Snorkeling\Regulators". The seller is "ahp-washington" and is located in Everett, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay.

  1. Country/Region of Manufacture: Sweden
  2. MPN: NA
  3. Brand: Poseidon
  4. Featured Refinements: Dive Regulator

USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage   USED Poseidon Sweden Jetstream Scuba Diving Octopus Regulator 1st + 2x2nd Stage