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Old 3 April 2019, 12:15
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Exclamation Ocean Reef Recalls Neptune Space Integrated Diving Masks Due to Injury Hazard

Recall message I received today

Ocean Reef Recalls Neptune Space Integrated Diving Masks Due to Injury Hazard


Name of product:
Neptune Space Integrated Diving Masks
Hazard:
The diving mask regulator can cause restricted airflow, posing an injury hazard to divers.

Remedy:
Refund
Replace
Recall date:
April 2, 2019
Units:
About 1,000


Consumer Contact:
Ocean Reef at 800-922-1764 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., email at operator@oceanreefgroup.com or online at https://oceanreefgroup.com and click on “Recall” for more information.
Recall Details
Description:
This recall involves Ocean Reef’s Neptune Space Integrated Diving Masks. The full face scuba masks come in a variety of colors and sizes. The masks have a bellows style face seal, molded from silicone rubber, uses a "spring profile" and sealing surface. The masks serial numbers are engraved on the mask housing. Consumers can look up their Ocean Reef mask’s serial number to see if it is affected by this recall at https://oceanreefgroup.com

Remedy:
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled diving masks and contact Ocean Reef for instructions on the return of their mask for a free replacement, or refund.
Incidents/Injuries:
None reported
Sold At:
Diving stores nationwide and online at www.oceanreefgroup.mybigcommerce.com from March 2018 through November 2018 for between $700 and $1,600.
Manufacturer(s):
Ocean Reef Inc., of San Marcos, Calif.
Manufactured In:
U.S.
Recall number:
19-095
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This recall was conducted, voluntarily by the company, under CPSC’s Fast Track Recall process. Fast Track recalls are initiated by firms, who commit to work with CPSC to quickly announce the recall and remedy to protect consumers.
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Old 5 April 2019, 06:49
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Recall message I received today

Ocean Reef Recalls Neptune Space Integrated Diving Masks Due to Injury Hazard


Name of product:
Neptune Space Integrated Diving Masks
Hazard:
The diving mask regulator can cause restricted airflow, posing an injury hazard to divers.

Remedy:
Refund
Replace
Recall date:
April 2, 2019
Units:
About 1,000


Consumer Contact:
Ocean Reef at 800-922-1764 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., email at operator@oceanreefgroup.com or online at https://oceanreefgroup.com and click on “Recall” for more information.
Recall Details
Description:
This recall involves Ocean Reef’s Neptune Space Integrated Diving Masks. The full face scuba masks come in a variety of colors and sizes. The masks have a bellows style face seal, molded from silicone rubber, uses a "spring profile" and sealing surface. The masks serial numbers are engraved on the mask housing. Consumers can look up their Ocean Reef mask’s serial number to see if it is affected by this recall at https://oceanreefgroup.com

Remedy:
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled diving masks and contact Ocean Reef for instructions on the return of their mask for a free replacement, or refund.
Incidents/Injuries:
None reported
Sold At:
Diving stores nationwide and online at www.oceanreefgroup.mybigcommerce.com from March 2018 through November 2018 for between $700 and $1,600.
Manufacturer(s):
Ocean Reef Inc., of San Marcos, Calif.
Manufactured In:
U.S.
Recall number:
19-095
Report an Incident Involving this Product
This recall was conducted, voluntarily by the company, under CPSC’s Fast Track Recall process. Fast Track recalls are initiated by firms, who commit to work with CPSC to quickly announce the recall and remedy to protect consumers.
So many FFM's to choose from these days. I repaired and dove in Divator MK II's and Exo 26, and Superlites,many years ago. I would not know where to begin picking one out today.
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Old 5 April 2019, 09:20
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So many FFM's to choose from these days. I repaired and dove in Divator MK II's and Exo 26, and Superlites,many years ago. I would not know where to begin picking one out today.
The Divator and the OTS Guardian are the two big dogs these days.
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Old 5 April 2019, 19:32
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The Divator and the OTS Guardian are the two big dogs these days.
I have been following a bit lately on some dive sites. OTS looks like they have some good masks. Their equipment was always top notch and their advice for me as an apprentice dive tech was always welcome. I preferred maintenance on the Divators as compared to the EXO's, though I enjoyed diving them both.
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