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Discussion in 'Testing Forum' started by CRAZY FINS!!, Sep 15, 2008.
now we expect a "test" picture of the biccies as well..........
coffee for me please - black, no sugar!
ta Dan - but where are the milk choccie hobnobs (the SAS of the biscuit world)???
Oh boy... stuff the diet...!
Yes please Earl Grey with milk and 1 sugar
Nice photo. Is that an old oil filled contents gauge ?
it is indeed oil filled, im looking for a triple console to replace a very similar one on my apeks regs.my lds seemed shockedv when i said i wanted them serviced, i think they thought i wanted them appraising! cheeky sod's.
Them biccies look ace angry dan, ill be looking for some now.:drool:
Lord they look older than me, but get them serviced , if u can find the kit, and they should work fine
Ops just seen your other thread, you are selling them:lol:
Bobco I've got a set that match those, almost scratch for scratch. I last got them serviced in the late 80's I believe, I tried again in the 90's and was told that service kits were no longer available. I've had no luck since.
I'd have mine serviced in an instant if I could find someone who'd take it on.
I like mine as a museum piece, but I'd like it even more as a working museum piece.
i know. it is a solid reg. egt the feeling you could use it to break out of an underwater cave in and it would be undamaged. i have read on other forums of some people still using these regs having not replaced any parts for years or making other parts fit! Does this show how reliable and versatile these regs are? or how little some divers value there live's? ill keep mine on the shelf if no one wants em, they look like something off an early james bond film!
just put them on ebay and say they ARE the bond film regs
There are people daft enough