More Group Club Dive News!

2018 Group Club Dives Continue.....You won't want to miss this next one:  

  **TBA** Stay Tuned….

 **Join the Group Dive Club Today! To join, it's $45.00 for the year or to renew, it's just $35.00. And then it's just $9.00 a dive!! Don't miss out on a great way to go diving and meet some great people!!

 *Group Dive Club Membership and Pre-Registration for ALL dives is necessary to participate in scheduled dives.  Space is limited! Stop in today and let's get you diving!

Let's Go Diving Together....Open Water Course Details!

Have a trip planned for the winter and want to scuba dive? You won't want to miss our entry level Open Water SCUBA Course that is scheduled to begin on Sunday, January 13, 2019 and will continue on Sundays, January 20 and 27, 2019! Your local open water dives that will complete your certification will be scheduled in May! And if you are traveling, we do offer a Referral that would allow you to complete these dives while on vacation! Give us a call or stop in for the details! We offer our Open Water Courses monthly starting in January and continue into early October. (September 9th Open Water Course is Full!)

Consumer Safety Notice

Aqua Lung has issued a “Consumer Safety Notice” for certain regulators with ACD (Automatic Closure Device).

1) If NAS has serviced your regulator, you are good to go diving.

2) If you have a newer Aqua Lung regulator with ACD that NAS has not yet serviced, you need to bring in your system for adjustment.

Give us a call or stop by if you have any questions.

Find more on this at the Aqua Lung Website:   

 http://www.aqualung.com/us/pdfs/Consumer_Safety_Notice_ACD_AQA.pdf

Suunto Transmitter Recall

Suunto is recalling ALL Transmitters (including pods for Eon Steel) Do Not Dive with transmitter until it is repaired

The simplest way is to go online and ship directly to Suunto in Ogden, Utah.  They pay for Second Day Air UPS freight to and from.  They estimate total turnaround at two weeks.  

 

  1. Go to repair.suunto.com
  2. Click on Service Request
  3. Select Suunto Transmitter in Product Information
  4. Enter the serial # (tiny number is usually on the metal hex)
  5. Check off Warranty
  6. Select “In Warranty” (No receipt upload necessary)
  7. Under “Describe the Issues select”: Transmitter Tank Pod Recall
  8. Under “Describe a bit more” select: Send for Service
  9. Save
  10. Hit Next
  11. Fill out all your information and when you hit Print Label it will not print, but will send you an email
  12. Download Label, print and send transmitter to Suunto