Omega Turbo

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    TheGoose
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    My new Omega Turbo arrived yesterday and I set it up and got it going today. This thing is INCREDIBLY quiet. My wife did not know I had it. It us now running in the basement and she still doesn't know.

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    2manyAirGunz
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    Great!

    What filter is that you have between the compressor and the SCBA tank?

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    TheGoose
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    Omega

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    bandg
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    Certainly looks like a nice convenient unit.  Enjoy it.

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    deke
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    Outstanding!!     

     

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    TheGoose
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    Tank filled from 0 – 4500.in just over an hour .

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    tommyb
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    Ha ha – love the comment about “the wife can’t even hear it.”   It looks great but pretty expensive for me.  I wish these compressor prices would come way down; they seem to be way over priced.  

    I would love To avoid the 45 minute one way drive to the dive shop every few weeks.  I drop it off one day and then drive back again the next to pick it up.   It really is a PIA.

    Some day…… I will buy

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    RBAZ
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    Had mine for a year now, saves me a ton of time and gas $, love it.

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    TheGoose
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    There is no doubt that it costs a bit. However, for me as I take that last gasp of disposable income before I retire now is the time. I can afford it now. With all of my shooting hobbies I am trying to create as much sustainability as possible now. Hopefully when I have more time I will have the resources to enjoy myself. The cost of filling a tank at a dive shop could become something to be cut out. If I already have a compressor it is far more likely to remain. 

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    bandg
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    "Expensive" is a relative thing.  If you like to shoot and don't/can't hand pump and dive shop or fire house filling is not accessible then they seem to be highly useful.  Not cheap but certainly very nice if you need one.

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