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Post Number:#1  Postby mnim » Tue Feb 06, 2007 6:19 pm

Can somebody help me to find Oceanic's sausage as described by link http://www.oceanicworldwide.com/p_safety.html

Holemaster bought it at Sealantis last year and I rang them to find thay no longer have any in their inventory.

Would appreciate some leads. Thanks  ;)
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#2  Postby HoleMaster » Tue Feb 06, 2007 6:27 pm

It was the last piece when i bought it. Why not u get Oxycheq from Rec Tec? Its bigger, longer and material wise i think its better since it is catered from tekkie
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#3  Postby Bobo® » Tue Feb 06, 2007 6:32 pm

Try Oceanic Singapore

OCEANIC ASIA PACIFIC
298 Beach Road, Unit 01-43
The Concourse
Singapore 199554
Ph: +65 6391 1420
Fax: +65 6297 5424
E-mail: info@oceanicasia.com.sg

try orca blue kata ampang park atas 7-eleven.
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#4  Postby mnim » Tue Feb 06, 2007 6:54 pm

Try Oceanic Singapore

OCEANIC ASIA PACIFIC
298 Beach Road, Unit 01-43
The Concourse
Singapore 199554
Ph: +65 6391 1420
Fax: +65 6297 5424
E-mail: info@oceanicasia.com.sg

try orca blue kata ampang park atas 7-eleven.



Called Orca but they don't have it.
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#5  Postby mnim » Tue Feb 06, 2007 7:01 pm

It was the last piece when i bought it. Why not u get Oxycheq from Rec Tec? Its bigger, longer and material wise i think its better since it is catered from tekkie



Me no tekkie wan. Jus looking for an easy sausage to use. U wanna sell urs to me?
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#6  Postby mnim » Tue Feb 06, 2007 7:02 pm

Try Oceanic Singapore

OCEANIC ASIA PACIFIC
298 Beach Road, Unit 01-43
The Concourse
Singapore 199554
Ph: +65 6391 1420
Fax: +65 6297 5424
E-mail: info@oceanicasia.com.sg

try orca blue kata ampang park atas 7-eleven.



Called Orca but they don't have it.



Waiting for Oceanic S'pore to revert. Thanks for lead Bobo.
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#7  Postby Bobo® » Tue Feb 06, 2007 9:51 pm

how bout Rainbow Runner or Ocewan Xplorer.. Jalan Ampang... betul-betul at simpang ampang point MRR2. sori dun have detail but can call ujang at 019-3553003
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#8  Postby HoleMaster » Tue Feb 06, 2007 11:24 pm

It was the last piece when i bought it. Why not u get Oxycheq from Rec Tec? Its bigger, longer and material wise i think its better since it is catered from tekkie



Me no tekkie wan. Jus looking for an easy sausage to use. U wanna sell urs to me?


No need to be tekkie lah. Sori bro not selling mine :-?
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#9  Postby sheik » Wed Feb 07, 2007 1:52 am

I'd try NAUI at Imbi. Snafu would know better there.
Else, off the net, it's running at us$44 + $9 shipping (4-5 days)
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#10  Postby Jim » Wed Feb 07, 2007 9:59 am

If not mistaken, Sealantis 1U oso carry Oceanic.... Can try there
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#11  Postby OziDiver » Wed Feb 07, 2007 10:19 am

bro..just bought a cheapo sausage from katakpink right before my sipadan trip..comes with a dump valve, low pressure inflator port, self seals once fully inflated, single stitching on the outer thread..really value for money..no brand but proven to work like a charm! believe me, you will not regret!  ;)
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#12  Postby mnim » Wed Feb 07, 2007 10:57 am

If not mistaken, Sealantis 1U oso carry Oceanic.... Can try there


Checked with them already but they're out of stock
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#13  Postby mnim » Wed Feb 07, 2007 11:02 am

bro..just bought a cheapo sausage from katakpink right before my sipadan trip..comes with a dump valve, low pressure inflator port, self seals once fully inflated, single stitching on the outer thread..really value for money..no brand but proven to work like a charm! believe me, you will not regret!  ;)


Ya ka? Does it have a big opening like Oceanic's? My current el-cheapo ProBlue sausage has a "virgin-like" opening. Sometimes when in strong currents, difficult to release air into it.  :(  
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#14  Postby mnim » Wed Feb 07, 2007 11:05 am

I'd try NAUI at Imbi. Snafu would know better there.
Else, off the net, it's running at us$44 + $9 shipping (4-5 days)


Anyone ordered directly from Oceanic's S'pore office before? How reliable are they.? They've quoted me SGD$65 for the sausage plus courier & would take 2-3 days to arrive. Bole percaya kaa??  ;)  
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#15  Postby OziDiver » Wed Feb 07, 2007 3:49 pm

Hmmm..i think mine might be the el-cheapo problue SMB la bro :)..no problem with it..u use your octo to inflate right? i usually, 1st unroll the SMB..turn octo upright and put in the opening..purge about 4 seconds and hold down the sausage till it gains momentum..and let it fly..seems to work A O K..better than my old seacsub SMB :)


bro..just bought a cheapo sausage from katakpink right before my sipadan trip..comes with a dump valve, low pressure inflator port, self seals once fully inflated, single stitching on the outer thread..really value for money..no brand but proven to work like a charm! believe me, you will not regret!  ;)


Ya ka? Does it have a big opening like Oceanic's? My current el-cheapo ProBlue sausage has a "virgin-like" opening. Sometimes when in strong currents, difficult to release air into it.  :(  
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#16  Postby Jim » Wed Feb 07, 2007 3:58 pm

Nazim.... next time kat pool, try to blow into yr smb. Then compare it with using yr octo which is easier...
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#17  Postby Bobo® » Wed Feb 07, 2007 3:59 pm

I'd try NAUI at Imbi. Snafu would know better there.
Else, off the net, it's running at us$44 + $9 shipping (4-5 days)


Anyone ordered directly from Oceanic's S'pore office before? How reliable are they.? They've quoted me SGD$65 for the sausage plus courier & would take 2-3 days to arrive. Bole percaya kaa??  ;)  



never did ordered through mail wif them, but have been to the shop and for me, its reliable. and one more, there also have Ikelite and ULCS stock.. bout the ULCSA from them... reasonable price too...

the indication is easy, they answer your email fast, they are reliable for me hehehe
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#18  Postby OziDiver » Wed Feb 07, 2007 4:02 pm

Tried it at Sipadan bro..found that to ensure a firmer SMB position...using octo was the best choice as compared to blowing into it..

Nazim.... next time kat pool, try to blow into yr smb. Then compare it with using yr octo which is easier...
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#19  Postby Jim » Wed Feb 07, 2007 4:07 pm

Tried it at Sipadan bro..found that to ensure a firmer SMB position...using octo was the best choice as compared to blowing into it..

Nazim.... next time kat pool, try to blow into yr smb. Then compare it with using yr octo which is easier...




ic ic.... then do what is comfortable to you....
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#20  Postby mocha » Wed Feb 07, 2007 6:54 pm

one question....... what is the best way to handle sausage and spool if u are diving without a jacket BC or those tekkie pocket pants like sheik's........no pockets..... :) i find them troublesome.... maybe u guys have better suggestion on how to handle them......ie to tie and secure to BC etc.....
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#21  Postby Bobo® » Wed Feb 07, 2007 7:19 pm

one question....... what is the best way to handle sausage and spool if u are diving without a jacket BC or those tekkie pocket pants like sheik's........no pockets..... :) i find them troublesome.... maybe u guys have better suggestion on how to handle them......ie to tie and secure to BC etc.....



use rubber bands. ask the postmen, they have a lot of the big one..so after dive can buang...diving, can secure to ur weight belt. but dont throw it away in the sea la... hehehe
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#22  Postby Jim » Wed Feb 07, 2007 8:46 pm

there is a smb holder/bag that u can attach to yr back plate..... ask Katakpink.....
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#23  Postby evo5555 » Thu Feb 08, 2007 8:19 am

one question....... what is the best way to handle sausage and spool if u are diving without a jacket BC or those tekkie pocket pants like sheik's........no pockets..... :) i find them troublesome.... maybe u guys have better suggestion on how to handle them......ie to tie and secure to BC etc.....


hahha bro....terjatuh wo...bergolek golek..hehe
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#24  Postby OziDiver » Thu Feb 08, 2007 10:02 am

clip to D rings? buy those add on pockets?

one question....... what is the best way to handle sausage and spool if u are diving without a jacket BC or those tekkie pocket pants like sheik's........no pockets..... :) i find them troublesome.... maybe u guys have better suggestion on how to handle them......ie to tie and secure to BC etc.....
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#25  Postby mocha » Fri Feb 09, 2007 12:30 am

one question....... what is the best way to handle sausage and spool if u are diving without a jacket BC or those tekkie pocket pants like sheik's........no pockets..... :) i find them troublesome.... maybe u guys have better suggestion on how to handle them......ie to tie and secure to BC etc.....


hahha bro....terjatuh wo...bergolek golek..hehe


luckily kat liberty wreck... kalu kat sipadan..macam mana mau angkat??? haha......
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#26  Postby John F SeaDemon » Fri Feb 09, 2007 12:36 am

one question....... what is the best way to handle sausage and spool if u are diving without a jacket BC or those tekkie pocket pants like sheik's........no pockets..... :) i find them troublesome.... maybe u guys have better suggestion on how to handle them......ie to tie and secure to BC etc.....


I clip my spool to my D-ring. My sausage is stowed in a bag between my wing and my O-Pac. Ada brani ka? WDF happened to that topic? I can't seem to find it.
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#27  Postby evo5555 » Fri Feb 09, 2007 8:14 am

one question....... what is the best way to handle sausage and spool if u are diving without a jacket BC or those tekkie pocket pants like sheik's........no pockets..... :) i find them troublesome.... maybe u guys have better suggestion on how to handle them......ie to tie and secure to BC etc.....


hahha bro....terjatuh wo...bergolek golek..hehe


luckily kat liberty wreck... kalu kat sipadan..macam mana mau angkat??? haha......



kalau sipadan either u quit using SMB or buy new one la... ;D
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#28  Postby dp » Fri Feb 09, 2007 6:18 pm

one question....... what is the best way to handle sausage and spool if u are diving without a jacket BC or those tekkie pocket pants like sheik's........no pockets..... :) i find them troublesome.... maybe u guys have better suggestion on how to handle them......ie to tie and secure to BC etc.....


i have a smb bag, too. but tak leh fit. dunno why.

hence it's attached to my crotch strap (the rear, ) next to the rear D ring, which i "boat snap" my reel onto.

For extra measure, i also attach my smb to a retractable cord, so that it wont drop into unrecoverable depths.
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#29  Postby mnim » Mon Feb 12, 2007 4:17 pm

Got my PSD from Oceanic today  ;D. Took them 2 working days to deliver as promised. Did the entire purchase via email and didnt have to move my bu** off my chair. Well done Oceanic on your excellent customer service  8-).  
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Re: HELP: Looking for Oceanic's sausage

Post Number:#30  Postby sheik » Mon Feb 12, 2007 4:59 pm

Got my PSD from Oceanic today  ;D. Took them 2 working days to deliver as promised. Did the entire purchase via email and didnt have to move my bu** off my chair. Well done Oceanic on your excellent customer service  8-).  


which oceanic did u order from? and what's the damage?
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