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Equipment Service:Minneapolis and St. Paul, Twin Cities Scuba Equipment Servicing for diving equipment like regulators, bcds, cylinders, valves, and instruments.

MidWest School of Diving is a "Full Service Facility" equipped to service or repair scuba equipment - regulators, bcds, cylinders, valves, and instruments.  Faclilities are located in the Twin Cities (Minneapolis and St. Paul) suburb of White Bear Lake, MN.

Manufacturer warranties require annual servicing and inspection of regulators. Scuba cylinders undergo annual visual inspections and 5 year hydrostatic testing.

Check here to see if your equipment requires servicing:

 

Equipment

Recommended Service

Buoyancy Compensator Inspection

Annual

Dive Computer Battery Replacement

Annual or Biennial

Hose Inspection

Annual

Regulator Inspection

Anuual

Scuba Cylinder Hydrosatic Inspection

5 Years

Scuba Cylinder Visual Inspection

Annual

Wetsuit Inspection

Conditioned Annually

 

Air Fills:  $6.50 (or 10 for $50)
Hydrostatic – includes VIP and fill:  $35.00
Annual VIP – includes fill  $12
BC Wash  $20
BC Annual Service $25
Wet Suit Wash   $25

                                                                               

 We can service most Regulator’s give us a call for prices

651.653.1174

   

Personal instruction, Excellent price

Personal instruction, equipment they used was fairly new and well maintained.  We liked the instructor, explained everything so that we could understand...very patient with the students.  Excellent price for the open water course.

- Dakota, Minneapolis, MN

 

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