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Rapid Diver NEW PRODUCTS!

Post by Rapid Diver on Wed May 27, 2009 9:57 am

New products for the Rapid Diver system. You will find it here first! Special discount for Rapid Diver forum members, Military, Public Safety Divers, Rescue Divers, et.

PM me to get a coupon code for your discount.


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27 Cu Ft Faber tank in BLACK

Post by Rapid Diver on Wed May 27, 2009 10:02 am

Brand new, fresh off the boat (made in Italy) BLACK Faber 27 cu ft tanks– 4 Liter 14.43” Height 5.45” Diameter 11.66 Lbs total weight Negative 3lbs full Negative 1 lb empty

This is a SubSeaTactical.com exclusive




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Backpad will hold standard size tank and will hold a Camelbac

Post by Rapid Diver on Wed May 27, 2009 10:45 am

Features of the new and improved Backpad:

1. Will hold a standard size tank (50,63,80, et) Shown below with an 80 cu ft tank
2. Has a drop pocket that can hold an extra 5lb
3. Is designed to work with the 50 Oz Camelbac








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Boots to use with Rapid Diver

Post by Rapid Diver on Sat May 30, 2009 8:42 am

These are the best boots...period. They were developed for the Navy Spec Ops and are the favored boot of the Navy SEALS.




Goverment employees (MIlitary, Public Safety, Rescue,et) get a special discount on these boots. PM for the coupon code.




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New products just listed on the Store site

Post by Rapid Diver on Mon Jun 08, 2009 4:31 pm

Here are some of the latest new products. Most are already on the store site.

SubSeaTactical.com

Here they are:

This is a must have for any bail out/back up option. This device makes adding the extra bottle a cinch and has a quick release cam for easy deployment as a hand off bottle or for you bail out option.





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Rapid Diver webbing holder

Post by Admin on Tue Jun 09, 2009 11:01 am

This is an upgrade that everyone should be using. I have found an elastic loop that will secure the webbing. My recommendation is to don the unit and adjust the straps making sure the unit is not to snug while leaving about 4 inches of excess webbing on the front part (near tank). Disconnect one side and pull yourself out to the unit. Use the elastic loop to secure the excess webbing --just roll into a tight ball. Loosen the front connectors (where you had the extra 4 inches).

Now when you don the unit you can either have one side connected (put on like a shirt) and then make the final connection and adust using the front (tank side) adjuster. Thats it! Makes donning the Rapid even faster. Only one connection to make and then a simple adjustment. I will post a YouTube video at some point for clarification.



Picture shows elastic loop around excess webbing on the BackPad side of the unit













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Ultimate Pro rescue tool

Post by Admin on Tue Jun 09, 2009 11:06 am

This tool is the best that I have found for breaking a car window and cutting the harness.





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Filling your Rapid Diver Tanks might try a Booster

Post by Rapid Diver on Sun Jun 14, 2009 6:55 am

The most common way to fill a tank is at a dive store. However, when you are on a boat or a remote location that might not be an option. A cross fill whip is something that should be in every gear bag. Another option is a booster that works like the cross fill whip, however it uses the compressed air to drive an air pump that will pump your tank up to 3500 psi! Even if your "slave" tank only has 1000 psi in it. I don't have them available yet, but will in the near future. They are in the less than $2000 range. I am going to see if I can do a volume buy to bring the price down. What do you think?





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Rapid Diver MILSPEC Case

Post by Rapid Diver on Tue Jun 16, 2009 5:51 am

We now have availability on MILSPEC cases. The case that I have selected for the Rapid Diver system in large enough to hold the entire Rapid Diver System plus your dive gear...That is: Complete Rapid Diver system (ready to dive), Full Face Mask, Helmet, Bail out bottle, Dry suit, tool pouch and gloves. The case dimensions are 23 x 18 x 13, which is comparable to the Pelican 1620. Two of these cases should fit into the bottom compartment of the Fire/Rescue truck. The case has wheels which makes moving the cases much easier. These cases are the top of the line cases and are more expensive than the Pelican cases, but we have favorable pricing if you are interested in the ultimate Rapid Diver case.



Below is a picture from Golden Gate Fire/Rescue. This is where they store their dive rescue packs. Those are Pelican 1600 cases which are about 5 inches thinner than the Pelican 1620 (or the case featured here). With two of these cases you only need at around 26 inches of width.






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90 degree adaptor for hose routing

Post by Admin on Wed Jun 17, 2009 2:52 pm

Here is the adaptor that Blub Blub was mentioning in his post. I made it available on the store site. This is especially handy for any Rapid Diver users that have a Piston first stage (Razor, MK2, Rezort, et)



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Miflex hose

Post by Admin on Wed Jun 17, 2009 2:56 pm

The new Rapid Diver Tacitcals and Responders are now coming with Miflex hose. This is one of the best Rapid Diver upgrades you can get.





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Official Rapid Diver Mask

Post by Rapid Diver on Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:23 am

After years (and years) of looking for the best all around mask...we have finally found it. This frameless mask will compact nicely in your carrying case or mask pocket as your Full Face Mask back up mask.

Ideal for medium to large faces
170 degree wide view
Tempered glass
Crystal, liquid silicone injected skirt and strap
Double edge comfort seal
Ultra lightweight
Extremely low volume
Swivel and adjustable buckles




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DESIGN Embroidered Nametag for your Rapid Diver ONLINE

Post by Rapid Diver on Wed Jul 01, 2009 2:12 pm

The Rapid Diver Tactical and Responder have two locations for identification TAGS. One is a velcro square above the emblem and the other is on the back below the neck.

There is a website where you can DESIGN Embroidered Nametags for your Rapid Diver ONLINE. Check it out here is the site:



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Two of our most popular items

Post by Rapid Diver on Sat Dec 12, 2009 9:03 am

The SOG SEAL PUP and the Houdini window/harness cutter combo are the most popular accessories for the Rapid Diver Tactical/Responder. The SOG knife fits perfectly to the top the tank, using both tank straps for a secure fit. The Houdini PRO Tool fits perfectly in the pocket on top of the sheath. I have shock cord/molle connectors for all accessories (coming soon!)











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Rapid SAR Dry Suit!

Post by Rapid Diver on Sat Dec 12, 2009 9:53 am





RAPID SAR
FRONT ENTRY
DIVING DRYSUIT
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This is the Search and Rescue/Recovery dry suit with valves (DSRT(FE) that is now available for all Search and Rescue Professinals. I have been searching for a low cost, lightweight dry suit that can be easily stowed and used with the Rapid Diver system. I am working closely with OS Systems on this special dry suit.

Materials: Tough, Military Spec high tenacity 210 denier High Count nylon in Sea Rescue Orange for high visibility. High Count nylon contains more threads woven into each square inch of fabric. The resulting fabric has a very tightly packed weave for extraordinary abrasion and puncture resistance. All seams are made with quadruple interlocking stitching for strength and then fusion sealed inside for water tightness.

Waterproof Coating:
The Rapid SAR is made from the same high tenacity 210 denier High Count Nylon shell fabric as other OS SYSTEMS heavy duty drysuits, the HDPro. However, the polyurethane coatings on the RAPID SAR fabrics are lighter. This 210 HCLT (High Count Lightweight) fabric is extremely strong and durable, yet extraordinarily soft, comfortable and light weight.

The RAPID SAR drysuit includes SI TECH valves (Pro Swivel Inlet/Low Profile Automatic Exhaust), a 32" Low Pressure Hose, and a Zipease lubricating stick. The RAPID SAR drysuit features include a self donning front entry #8 brass tooth diving zipper, underarm and crotch gussets, Mauser stitching with double taping, a bungie cord waist, Cordura Dome Knee Pads, with full size fabric (not latex) socks.

Valves: SiTech inlet/automatic exhaust with gaskets installed are standard. Three year warranty.
Seals: Made in USA, Longlife Latex™ rubber neck and wrist seals are thicker and more durable (minimum thickness .026") yet thin and flexible enough to insure a comfortable fit.
Testing: Each suit is individually pressure tested underwater
Safety: Red and orange reflector tape down arms and around wrists

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Side Imaging now available!

Post by Admin on Sat Dec 12, 2009 12:47 pm

Side Imaging technology and the Rapid Diver system are a perfect fit. Sub Sea Tactical is now an official distributor of the Humminbird 1197 Search and Rescue Side Imaging system. The SAR 1197 from SubSeaTactical ($2499.00) comes complete in a waterproof 1500 Pelican case with external monitor and PC cables. Just add a battery pack (shown with optional Black and Decker battery pack) and you are ready to scan!:

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Below is a video of how a boat was found using side imaging technology. For more information about Side Imaging, I have dedicated a entire post to the subject. Just check the main topics page for "Side Imaging".









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Glock Holster

Post by Admin on Wed Dec 16, 2009 1:54 pm

A perfect place to mount you holster securely is off you tank band. I have Glock holsters available on the store site: Buy here

Or you can get one from Black Hawk like this one below:



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Zodiac

Post by Rapid Diver on Sat Dec 19, 2009 7:41 am

Contact Tim (Zodiac North America) for more information about sales/service on the incredible Zodiac Inflatables.

We are doing joint SCAN/MARK/DIVE Program for PD/FD/SWAT departments around Florida. PM me or email chris@RapidDiver.com for more information and to set up a training day with your department.


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Canal/Retention pond Rapid Deploy System

Post by Rapid Diver on Sat Dec 19, 2009 7:49 am

To access remote Canals, retention ponds, et. We have created a few Rapid Response boat capabilities for quick SCAN/MARK/DIVE. Email/PM for more details. chris@RapidDiver.com








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Building an Inflatable in less than 30 seconds!!

Post by Rapid Diver on Sat Dec 19, 2009 7:59 am


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Whites Enviromental Dry Suits

Post by Rapid Diver on Sat Dec 19, 2009 9:28 am

As you probably know, Whites makes on of the best Enviro suits on the market. Gene Sonnabend from PSD Gear Inc. is the person to contact if you need you team fitted. You can contact him directly at 954-237-6775. Make sure you tell him you got the contact info off of the Rapid Diver Forum! Gene also is the last American manufacturer of tactical and rescue wetsuits. His wetsuit line is here: WETWEAR







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Mustang Dry Suits

Post by Admin on Sun Dec 20, 2009 10:53 am

Dave can get you set up in the latest Mustang dry suits. You can contact him directly at: dave.abt@mrtt-llc.com

The Mustang line of dry suits have some very unique features such as the adjustable neck seal. These suits are designed for dive, but for topside operations. Descriptions below;








High Performance Boat Crew Dry Suit

The MSD585 Boat Crew Dry Suit offers enhanced protection while providing the comfort and functionality needed for marine operations. Made of lightweight waterproof, breathable GORE-TEX®, the MSD585 includes internal suspenders for a near custom fit.

Fleece lined hand warmers offer relief for cold, wet hands and the adjustable storm collar protects against rain or sea spray and can be folded out of the way when not in use. Elbows, knees and seat are reinforced with 500-Denier Cordura® and reflective tape on the arms increases visibility. A large sleeve pocket and two deep cargo pockets provide easy access to equipment and a back calf pocket fits a thermal hood. Easy-clip belt keepers stabilize duty belts and gear without the hassle of an over the shoulder harness.

The Boat Crew Dry Suit is available with either Mustang's Closed Comfort System (CCS™) adjustable neck seal (MSD585 AS) and a latex trim-to-fit neck seal (MSD585 LS).


Features

Waterproof, breathable GORE-TEX® fabric for reduced thermal burden in high-stress operations
Closed Comfort System (CCS™) adjustable neck seal
Lightweight suit optimizes mobility
Lined, trim-to-fit stretch neoprene wrist seals
Fleece lined storm collar provides several wear configurations and folds out of the way when not in use
Diagonal cross-chest waterproof entry zipper for quick donning and doffing
Cushioned knees for comfort, extreme-duty abrasion patches on legs and seat
Taped watertight seams
Covered, waterproof zipper pulls prevent interference with other equipment
Attached socks integrate with footwear or swim fins
Internal Removable Suspender System (MA7650) accommodates a range of sizes
Adjustable heavy-duty elastic waist band buckles in the front to gather the suit's excess fabric

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ROV for quick identification

Post by Admin on Wed Dec 23, 2009 10:56 am

The Side Imaging system is perfect for locating targets. Deploying a remotely operated vehicle is advantageous before putting a diver on the scene, especially if there are hazards. We will be adding the VideoRay ROV system to our training program.




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ResQme escape tool

Post by Admin on Sat Dec 26, 2009 8:56 am

Everyone should have a ResQme escape tool attached to their key chain. In an emergency, the window breaker/belt cutter tool attached to your key chain provides the most secure location. I recommend creating an education program which focus's on self-rescue to your local community. The ResQme is the perfect tool to showcase.








The ResQMe has quickly proven to be must-have rescue tools for police officers, SWAT teams, Paramedics and firefighters around the world. These essential safety products are specifically designed to assist officers while on duty and to make their job safer. The best alternatives to batons and knifes.

The Made in the USA ResQMe contains a spring loaded steel point that will break any tempered glass window, and a protected stainless steel blade for cutting through malfunctioning seatbelts to allow rescue or escape from vehicular entrapment. The break-apart design allows the ResQMe blade protector to be removed quickly for use in an emergency situation.

ResQMe is strategically attached to the belt or right on the key saver, ResQMe will always be there. Its compact size makes it convenient for easy access, ensuring that safety is always near when a situation that requires action arises.

When seconds count, reach for ResQMe! Unlike using a baton used by police officers or other lower quality tool to break a car window, the small, light, and dependable ResQMe safely and effortlessly does the job. When using other tools that can be large and heavy for similar purposes, there is always a risk of injury. ResQMe’s innovative design allows public safety personnel to effectively perform these tasks without the risk.

ResQMe is crafted with the highest quality materials, insuring total reliability for both the rescuer and the rescued.

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Navsea Approved Dry Bags

Post by Admin on Sat Dec 26, 2009 9:42 am

If you need to keep your gear dry...there is only one solution: Watershed Dry Bags, now available at






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Coming soon: The Ultimate Dive platforms

Post by Rapid Diver on Wed Dec 30, 2009 5:50 pm



Or if you need something bigger:


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Navigation Board

Post by Rapid Diver on Sun Jan 10, 2010 12:49 pm




The TAC-100 Underwater Navigation Board is the original combat swim board used by Special Forces around the world. Developed for the U.S. Navy SEAL Teams and Army SOF, the TAC-100 integrates the TAC100-2 Underwater Compass onto a rugged and lightweight high impact plastic with easy-to-grip handles. The TAC-100 offers different instrumentation options and comes with a padded carrying bag.

The TAC100-2 Underwater Compass was designed for combat swimmers by Ritchie & Sons and utilizes a black compass card with luminous markings to indicate heading. Internal lubber-lines keep the diver on course. A built-in adjustable chem-light holder on the console illuminates the compass for night ops.

Two options are offered for instrumentation packages. The TAC-DDGC is a rugged Digital Depth Gauge and Chronometer that tracks both divers depth and time in one compact package. The second option is the TAC/DG Analog Depth Gauge and the TAC-CHRON Dive Chronometer. Both options offer effective solutions for accurate navigation during mission critical situations.

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BLADEFISH

Post by Rapid Diver on Sun Jan 10, 2010 3:53 pm

DPV'S are now cost effective and compact!









On the other end of the spectrum...If you need a 7 mile range and have some extra $$, here is the DPV for you:







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DPV SEADOO Explorer

Post by Rapid Diver on Sun Jan 10, 2010 4:09 pm

Here is another low cost DPV that that is low maintenance and is useful for Search/Rescue operations.









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Special Rescue Dive suits available (wet)

Post by Rapid Diver on Mon Mar 08, 2010 2:41 pm

Special Dive Rescue suits are now available for you dive team. PM for more info


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Rapid Fill

Post by Rapid Diver on Mon Mar 08, 2010 2:47 pm

Quick fill your Rapid Diver system off of your Scott bottles. PM for details


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Web Dominator for securing tools, et

Post by Admin on Fri Jul 09, 2010 9:45 am

The Web Doninator is designed to work with the MOLLE system on the Rapid Diver system. A kit is now available which includes 10 Web Dominators and enough shock cord to secure all of your equipment.



Below is an example of securing the Tri Gauge console:



If you own a Rapid Diver system, shoot me an email and I will send you a kit.

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Gas Switch Block

Post by Admin on Wed Jul 28, 2010 5:35 pm

Need a way to plug another tank into the system or go with surface supply...or both? Here is the answer!



or if you don't need the ability to switch gas supplies:



Switch Block and be purchased here:



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Re: Rapid Diver NEW PRODUCTS!

Post by Rapid Diver on Tue Aug 31, 2010 12:06 pm

I have been searching (and searching) for the ideal dive bag that will hold all of my gear....this bag has wheels and backpack straps!  Only $75 from SubSeaTactical.com





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FLIR

Post by Rapid Diver on Tue Aug 31, 2010 12:21 pm

Thermal Imaging is one of the best tools for seach and rescue operations. We now have a low cost FLIR scope available:



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4AA Right Angle eLED Zoom, Fluorescent Yellow Body for Rapid Diver

Post by Rapid Diver on Tue Aug 31, 2010 12:26 pm

This light fits right on the molle webbing on the Rapid Diver system.



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Used and Surplus Dive equipment now available

Post by Rapid Diver on Fri Nov 05, 2010 10:24 am

If you are looking for a deal....new surplus or lightly-used (demo units) are now available.



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Re: Rapid Diver NEW PRODUCTS!

Post by Rapid Diver on Sun Jan 02, 2011 8:49 pm

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Demo equipment

Post by Chinn Man on Sun May 15, 2011 9:01 pm

I am getting ready to teach the Public Safety Diver Course to our Fire Department Dive Team and would like to show the Rapid Deployment system, but there is no online catalog to view to get one to demo...

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Request a demo

Post by Rapid Diver on Fri May 20, 2011 1:28 pm

If you would like more information, or would like to request demo equipment feel free to send me an email at:

Chris@RapidDiver.com

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Flatpak Fins

Post by Rapid Diver on Sat May 28, 2011 9:22 am

You saw them here first!  Flatpak fins are designed to be as powerful as a Jet or Rocket fin but be universal fit so that you can use them with boots and they pack so flat they will fit in your Rapid Diver carrying case.  Email me direct at Chris@RapidDiver.com for more info.




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Re: Rapid Diver NEW PRODUCTS!

Post by Rapid Diver on Sun Jul 20, 2014 1:22 pm

New products to be announced soon!

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Aqua Lung Rapid Diver PRO

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