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Miflex High Pressure Braided Scuba Diving Hoses

If you have one or more of the recalled hoses, you should immediately stop using it.

Follow these simple instructions to receive a factory-authorized replacement high pressure hose or call Toll Free 888-249-5404 during normal business hours PST. To contact us via email click here.

  1. Download a Return Form.
  2. Fill out on your computer and print a copy.
  3. Include the form with your hose(s) and return to XS Scuba (address located on form).
  4. Replacements will be sent to you in about 2-3 weeks..


This recall involves hoses sold after May 2009 within Canada, The United States and U.S. Territories. Primarily these hoses were sold as individual replacement gauge hoses. Additionally, they were sold as Cascade Hoses, Deluxe Cylinder Equalizer (P/N AC366), Miflex Two Gauge Console (HL300/HL300M) and Miflex Rebreather Kits.

MiFlex Low Pressure Hoses are not affected by this recall

Miflex high pressure hoses can be identified by:
1. A black nylon braided outer covering on the hose
2. A hose diameter of approximately 1/4 inch (6mm)
3. Manufacturing stamping on the female fitting "MFX"

Halcyon OPV Spring Recall Information

Halcyon Manufacturing Inc. in cooperation with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission has initiated a voluntary recall of select Eclipse, Evolve, Explorer, Pioneer and CCR35 buoyancy compensators (BCDs) manufactured between January, 2006 and September, 2008. In addition, select Halcyon inflatable devices (Lift Bags, SMB's, DAM's, Surf Shuttles and Diver Lift rafts) may also be affected. These BCDs or Inflatable Devices could develop excessive corrosion or rusting problems with the stainless steel Over Pressure Valve (OPV) spring, causing the spring to fail and the BCD or Inflatable Device to leak through the OPV. It is unlikely that most of these units will experience any problems since the potential defect is limited to a very small portion of the total number of OPV springs used during this time period. However, given the potentially serious implications all OPV springs should be checked to minimize risk.

Dive Rite OPV Spring Recall Information

Dive Rite takes the safety of our consumers very seriously. In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Dive Rite is issuing a voluntary recall on various Dive Rite Wings.

The Over Pressurization Valve (OPV) springs found on Dive Rite wings manufactured between June 2006 and October 2008 may rust and fail allowing the buoyancy compensator devices to lose gas and pose a drowning hazard. The wings may be red, blue or black in color and have serial numbers falling between 42000 and 72000. The following models are affected by this recall: Travel, Venture, Rec, Trek, Classic, Nomad and Super Wings. It does not affect EXP or 360-branded wings. The recall does not affect lift bags, surface marker tubes or other Dive Rite inflatable devices.

Due to the serious implications of an OPV spring failure, consumers should stop using the recalled diving equipment and have the OPV spring immediately replaced by a Dive Rite authorized dealer or distributor.
You may also contact Dive Rite directly.

We apologize for any inconvenience. Please contact Dive Rite directly at 800-495-1046 with any questions.


Unscrew the OPV. There will be a cover, a spring and a plug on the same string.
Remove the old spring. The spring can be easily removed by locating one end of the spring and allowing the string to go below one end of the spring. Then move the string around the outside of the spring, continuing until the spring is free.
ALL OPV springs must be replaced.
Install the new spring. Locate one end of the spring and allow the string to slide under that end. Move the string around the outside of the spring. Finally allow the string to pass below the other end. This completes the spring replacement.

Replace the OPV. Make sure the OPV is free of sand or other debris on the flange. There is a slight depression on the plug and cover of the OPV for the spring to sit in. Plug the OPV back onto the flange. Make sure the cover is flat and in relation to the flange. Gently begin to screw down the OPV cover. This should go on easily. If you feel resistance, stop, unscrew the OPV, reposition and try again. Continuing to force the OPV when you feel resistance may cause damage from cross threading. Do not force the OPV into place.

Inflate the wing. Inflate the wing to full capacity and allow it to sit for 10-15 minutes to check that the OPV is seated properly and not leaking. If the wing holds air, the OPV replacement is complete. If the wing deflates, remove the OPV and repeat the above steps. If the wing still does not hold air, contact Dive Rite at 1-800-495-1046 for assistance.

Also, video instructions on how to replace the OPV spring can be viewed at

OMS BCD Recall Information

Scuba Diving Buoyancy Compensators Recalled by Ocean Management Systems Due to Drowning Hazard

Name of Product: Buoyancy Compensators used for Scuba Diving

Units: About 20,000

Manufacturer: Ocean Management Systems Inc., of Middletown, N.Y.

Hazard: The buoyancy compensator seal ring could crack, posing a drowning hazard to divers.

Incidents/Injuries: None reported.

Description: This recall involves buoyancy compensators with the following model numbers. Buoyancy compensators provide buoyancy control for scuba divers by allowing them to inflate or deflate the devices. The compensators were sold in black or red. “OMS” is printed on the front inside of the compensators. Item and serial numbers are printed on the warning label located in the non-inflation area of the buoyancy compensator. A list of serial numbers included in this recall is available from the firm.

Item NumberDescription
BC116-32B16 BNon retraction single tank BC 32 lb. lift / Black
BC116-32RNon retraction single tank BC 32 lb. lift / Red
BC-LGS45Larry Green Signature Series 45 lb. lift BC
BC-LGS70Larry Green Signature Series 70 lb. lift BC
BC118 - KDual Bladder BC [inflated] 94 lb. lift Black or Red
BC115 - KBDual Bladder BC, 60 lb. lift in Black
BC115 - KRDual Bladder BC, 60 lb. lift in Red
BC118 - KDual Bladder BC [deflated] 94 lb. lift Black or Red
BC117 - K45Single Bladder BC 45 lb. lift / Black
BC117CR - K45Chemically Resistant 45 lb. lift / Black
BC117 - K60Single Bladder BC, 60 lb. lift / Black
BC117 - KBSingle Bladder BC, 94 lb. lift / Black
BC117 - KRSingle Bladder BC, 94 lb. lift / Red
BC116-45BNon-retraction Single Bladder BC 45 lb. lift/ Black
BC116-60BNon-retraction Single Bladder BC 60 lb. lift/ Black
BC116-60RNon-retraction Single Bladder BC 60 lb. lift/ Red
BC116-60CChemically Resistant 60 lb. lift / Black

Sold at: Dive stores nationwide from May 2006 through August 2008 for about $400.

Manufactured in: United States

Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the diving equipment and contact Ocean Management Systems to receive a free repair.

Consumer Contact: For additional information, contact Ocean Management Systems toll-free at (877) 791-0315 between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, visit the firm’s website at, or email the firm at

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