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Aeris XR1 Competitive Package
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Aeris XR1 Competitive Package

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  • Crazy SALE Price $849.95Retail $1249.80, Saves You $399.05The Aeris XR1 Competitive Package includes the following: Aeris A1 Regulator, Aeris A1 Octopus, Aeris XR1, and the Aeris Sport BC w/QLR Weight Package.The Aeris XR1 is an air or Nitrox Dive Computer that's easy to read and easy to use. A comfortable mix of graphics and icons make this computer extremely user friendly. Oversized digits and a split-screen display makes using the computer even easier.The ultimate performance to value ratio. The A1 Regulator is a great performer at a great price. Both the 1st and 2nd stages are low-profile, durable and lightweight. It has one high pressure port and four low pressure ports to accommodate most hose arrangements. The 1st and 2nd stage designs are easy to maintain and service, and are known by divers and technicians worldwide.The A1 Octo is rugged yet lightweight and streamlined. The A1's housing is made from an ABS/Polycarbonate composite blend of materials making the A1 both extremely rugged and lightweight (5.4 ounces) and nearly neutrally buoyant underwater, reducing jaw fatigue on extended dives.To further reduce jaw fatigue, the A1 features a patented Orthodontic Mouthpiece, designed to accommodate the natural overbite of the human jaw.The clean and streamlined, no-nonsense weight integrated jacket sytle BC just got better. Comfortable but extremely functional, the Sport BC features a comfortable contoured air cell with big front pockets and multiple stainless steel grommets for knife and retractor mounting.

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