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Regulator servicing from RM150 and above (many brands)

Regulator servicing from RM150 and above (many brands)

Post Number:#1  Postby scubatex » Thu Dec 16, 2010 12:34 pm

Hi guys,

With the new season around the corner, newly-serviced regulators would be good to have, eh? We do regulator servicing for Scubatex (of course), Tusa, Cressi Sub, Atomic, US Divers, Apeks and a few others. Prices ranges from 150 and above, depending on the spare-parts. Usually it'll take 2-3 days to be ready, and we might be able to pick the regs up for you, but the delivery will cost you RM6, i'm afraid. Do ring us up to find out how much it'll cost exactly, and decide  B-) B-)
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Re: Regulator servicing

Post Number:#2  Postby decimal86 » Sun Dec 26, 2010 5:36 pm

next time i bring up to KL to service, my Atomics B2 serviced in spore--S$196--without changing anything bro'
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Re: Regulator servicing from RM150 and above (many brands)

Post Number:#3  Postby silverkay » Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:21 pm

Actually how do we know/when the regulator need to be service ?
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Re: Regulator servicing from RM150 and above (many brands)

Post Number:#4  Postby suhaimi » Mon Jan 24, 2011 11:26 pm

i recommend send yur reg every 6/12mts....
jgn tunggu freeflow atau mmg tak bleh sedut udara baru mau hantar...
klu sudah banyak rosak, banyak barang mau tukar, kos pun tinggi... service charge + replace faulty parts...
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Re: Regulator servicing from RM150 and above (many brands)

Post Number:#5  Postby timyang » Tue Jan 25, 2011 5:53 am

6-12 months might apply to a dive master or dive instructor.

A normal diver with normal usage of 1-2 dive trips a year... maybe once every 2-3 years.

And please be aware that servicing doesn't include parts that are replaced.

Parts can cost a lot. So servicing actually costs RM250-400.

If you don't service every year, you could save enough to buy a new regulator lol!
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Re: Regulator servicing from RM150 and above (many brands)

Post Number:#6  Postby yeekeong » Fri Apr 15, 2011 5:13 pm

so basically saying, RM150 is the servicing cost only? Then add on for parts that needs to change? I would expect it to include the normal parts like o-rings and stuffs?
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Re: Regulator servicing from RM150 and above (many brands)

Post Number:#7  Postby decimal86 » Thu Apr 21, 2011 9:28 pm

yeekeong wrote:so basically saying, RM150 is the servicing cost only? Then add on for parts that needs to change? I would expect it to include the normal parts like o-rings and stuffs?


for $196, i got some washers, O rings and a spring in my hand....spare parts...what to do? diving is not a cheap past time.
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