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Markymark
23-01-2013, 09:18 AM
Anyone have any?
I have a fully working dolphin, but maybe good to get a few spares in hand!
If you have any, pm me details

:)

Jas kev
23-01-2013, 01:40 PM
Local tip might be your best bet, ;) If not the right parts I'm sure you could cobble together a few bits from old washing machines.

Stan
23-01-2013, 01:49 PM
Poundland? B&Q? Maybe the odd discarded unit in a charidee shop, I'll keep an eye out. I've got some bailer twine, old imperial nuts and bolts and some plywood, gaffa tape and nails -and that should do you for a field repair kit?? ;-)

Jas kev
23-01-2013, 01:59 PM
Just found an old vax in the yard, tends to blow but not suck would that be any good to you?

Markymark
23-01-2013, 05:11 PM
Pair of tarts, have you nothing better to do?

Stan
23-01-2013, 06:18 PM
We've knocked up a field triage kit for you. Pictures to follow -the if either of us monkeys can figure out how to do it!!

rebreathers
23-01-2013, 08:00 PM
Anyone have any?
I have a fully working dolphin, but maybe good to get a few spares in hand!
If you have any, pm me details

:)


Anyone have any?
I have a fully working dolphin, but maybe good to get a few spares in hand!
If you have any, pm me details

:)

Mark
I keep spares for the Dolphin, I live south of Launceston. I have stocks of orings and mushrooms for it plus one or two trick items I gained from Lubek. You will find that the dolphin is not a unit that requires you to carry too much stock of spares. I have had my unit for several years now and o rings are the main consumable on servicing.

pm me.

Stick to your guns it is a superb piece of well engineered kit and those of us that have genuinely used them for any length of time fully appreciate their place in diving. Many of the nay sayers on the forum have not got half the experience I have gained over the years on either SCR or CCR. Those that have will maintain a fondness for its simplicityand capability for modification.

Dave

JakobJ
23-01-2013, 09:32 PM
You can get Dolphin spare parts here:

http://www.watersafetyshop.eu/ddparts.html

/Jakob

Squidge
23-01-2013, 09:40 PM
Ahaaahaaahah!

Marky, for God's sake, be careful.

Gary
23-01-2013, 09:46 PM
The only unit that blokes can use for diving, and the Mrs can use to vacuum up with ;)

Drew
27-01-2013, 11:03 AM
John at JR in Cullompton has lots of Dolphin spares :D

Rebreather Pilot
09-06-2020, 01:47 PM
MM...
You may or not be aware...W S Water Safety GMBH in Berlin still has ''essentials'' available for both the Dolphin...and the Ray...further Martin Tolksdorf at TecMe in Dusseldorf has some Drager Dolphin/Ray spares...as well as custom pieces...Currently...there is an Atlantis II with some Dolphin upgrades available on E-Bay...contact the owner...$500. US will buy the complete unit...

Martin has all the important bits...mushroom valves/''O'' rings/fittings/adapter fittings...

A pair of counter-lungs/loop hoses are good to have...

Best...RP...