Innerspace Megalodon

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The Megalodon Rebreather is a compact, electronics-driven fully closed circuit constant PO2 design rebreather (eCCR) manufactured in the U.S. by Innerspace Systems Corporation. The Megalodon is noted for it's highly modular and exceptionally durable construction. ISC resources ensure start to finish manufacturing consistency, making them an ISO 9001:2000 Registered Company.

The ISC Megalodon rebreather is available in several configurations of supply cylinders and buoyancy control systems. For buoyancy control the Megalodon can utilize the Dive Rite systems, or any backplate, harness and wing. Less cylinders, the entire unit can be carry-on luggage for most airlines.

We are an Authorized Dealer for the Megalodon eCCR. We offer on-line ordering and stock the Megalodon rebreather for immediate shipment, along with a complete inventory of accessories, spares and consumables. Dive Gear Express also offers Megalodon instruction at our facility in SE Florida.

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Rebreather Training

Every rebreather requires formal, model specific, training in order to competently dive with the equipment. Rebreather equipment pricing does not include training, and training is solely the responsibility of the purchaser. Training is available worldwide and Dive Gear Express also offers instruction at our facility in SE Florida for all models we sell. The typical full course training time is five to seven days consisting of a classroom lecture, confined water session and at least six OW dives. Our recommendation to divers seeking rebreather training is to select an instructor having several hundred hours of rebreather dives and for whom rebreathers are their primary mode of diving.

Because diving is a voluntary recreational activity, prior to delivery and training you must complete and sign legally binding agreements known as a Release of Liability and an Express Assumption of Risk. If you are not already certified for the rebreather, per manufacturer requirements you will receive a disabled unit that can only be enabled by your instructor. Once you complete training, your instructor will permanently enable your unit.

For general information on rebreathers, transitioning to closed circuit diving, training logistics and cost estimates, plus other reference materials about rebreather training, please visit the web page maintained by our staff senior rebreather instructor Mark Derrick.

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