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    Place to buy sorb on Oahu?

    Quote Originally Posted by wedivebc  View Original Post
    Very good call. DR Simon Mitchell posted some tests comparing the two and Sofnolime outperforms intersorb hands down. I only trust my life to the best.
    Important to note that comparison was sofnolime 797 vs spherasorb 408, NOT intersorb 812. Spherasorb and intersorb 812 are both produced by Intersurgical, but are different products (both in material content and mesh size)

    The paper can be found here: http://www.dhmjournal.com/files/Harv...Absorbents.pdf


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    Re: Place to buy sorb on Oahu?

    Quote Originally Posted by kierentec  View Original Post
    Important to note that comparison was sofnolime 797 vs spherasorb 408, NOT intersorb 812. Spherasorb and intersorb 812 are both produced by Intersurgical, but are different products (both in material content and mesh size)

    The paper can be found here: http://www.dhmjournal.com/files/Harv...Absorbents.pdf


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    Re: Place to buy sorb on Oahu?

    In stock at Honolulu Scuba Company, 670 Auahi Street, Honolulu HI 96813

    $190

    https://www.honoluluscubacompany.com...port-services/

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    Re: Place to buy sorb on Oahu?

    Honolulu Scuba Company has instructors for P2 and Se7en for PADI Tec40, 60 and 100. Might actually be the first in US for the Se7en at 100m with the Mk28. Experienced instructors just crossed over with the Inspirations units. Looking at Dec 2017 before ready to teach that unit.

    Updated Price list:
    Consumables & Rentals
    Service Price
    Standard Air fill $4.00
    EANX 32% fill $12.50
    "O2 clean air" $6.00
    Air Fill Card - 20 fills $75.00
    Standard Air Tank Rental $8.00
    EANX 32% Tank Rental $15.00
    Head to Toe Scuba Gear Rental W/ 2 Tanks $50.00
    Scuba Quality Mask-Snorkel-Fin Rental $24.00
    Bailout bottle, reg, guage, 40 or 80cuft, gas not included $20.00
    Pair of rebreather bottles, gas not included $10.00
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    Service Price
    Helium fill per cubic foot $2.25
    Oxygen fill per cubic foot $0.75
    EAN/O2 Blending Fee per bottle $5.00
    Trimix Blending Fee per bottle $10.00
    Scrubber, Pre Packed (2P) Sofno 979 for Se7en $84.95
    Sofnolime 812 mesh 797 grade keg $190.00

    Tec40 - Se7en and P2 5 Days $1,500.00
    Tec60 - Se7en and P2 4 Days $1,500.00
    Tec100 - Se7en and P2 $2,000.00
    The $500 charge for charters and consumables is a flat rate so the student can accurately budget for costs. It includes your gas charges, absorbent charges, boat charters costs, and required bailout bottle and reg rental and gas needed for that. The idea is to provide the prospective student with an inclusive cost. HI sales tax of 4.712% does apply. If you don't own a unit you can rent one for $500 fro the week. If you are buying a unit from us, call us and we'll give you a credit towards training.

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