Apollo Scuba Diving Bio-Filter 3/8"

Apollo Scuba Diving Bio-Filter 3/8"

Regular Price: $249.99

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Safe... clean...natural air from any scuba regulator

SKU: RG_112-02-10-038

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Apollo's patented moisture system can now be added to almost any brand regulator. The Bio-Filter is easy to install, use, and maintain. It is also great as an addition to a rental regulator when traveling. The moisture system assures clean moisturized air.
  • Clean air system (Bio-Filter) provides an inline activated charcoal filter and moisture replenishing wick exclusive to Apollo
  • Use of distilled or bottled water suggested with wick
  • New one-way valve for quick and easy refill between dives
  • Moisture wick can be used with nitrox up to EANx40
  • Includes one wick and two charcoal filters
  • This model is for regulators with a 3/8" inch port fitting
  • Attaches to the primary port of your 1st stage; 2nd stage hose is simply screwed into the Bio-Filter port
  • Easy to install, refill, and maintain
  • Ball joint fitting surrounded by rubber bumper to help absorb external impacts
  • Minimizes risk of decompression sickness
  • Reduced level of fatigue from dehydration
  • Lower incidence of post dive headaches
  • Easier pressure equalization
  • Increased bottom time
  • No more cottonmouth
SOLVES dehydration and headaches! Review by Formulas7095 "FROM AMAZON"
I love this unit so much that I bought another one so I am not having to switch it out between my regulator rigs! I used to get dehydrated, have cotton mouth and get nasty headaches when especially on long dives, and the Apollo Bio-Filter has solved all that! If there were a spot to give a unit 10+ stars this one would get them! (Posted on 7/15/2015)
Good product but a hassle Review by Henry K "FROM AMAZON"
I like the charcoal filtering of the air since you can get bad air when you travel, and the added moisturizing wick makes the air comfortable to breathe. I've never really had a problem with dry mouth, but I did 3 dives on a liveaboard last week without the filter, and then the next 14 dives with it. The dives with the filter were more pleasant. Only down side is that you have to add water after every dive (remember to purge all air first!!) and remove the moisture wick at night to let it dry so it doesn't mildew. That's a hassle. Takes a couple of wrenches to take it apart. And when it's on your 1st stage, it sticks out several inches (about as far as a hose protector normally would) so on a boat with your gear close to your neighbors you have to be careful neither of you bump it with other gear. Would I buy it again? Only if I knew I was going to make a lot of dives in a short period of time. If I was only doing 1-2 dives a day for 2-3 days I probably wouldn't bother. But on a liveaboard with 4-6 dives a day for a week, I would. (Posted on 7/15/2015)

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