Oceanic and Hollis Scuba Regulators Can Restrict Airflow, Creating Drowning Hazard for Divers

The impacted regulators were sold at scuba diving equipment stores nationwide from October 2017 through June 2018

Oceanic and Hollis Scuba Regulators Can Restrict Airflow, Creating Drowning Hazard for Divers
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June 27, 2018

Huish Outdoors has implemented a nationwide recall for around 4,500 Oceanic and Hollis scuba diving regulators that can restrict airflow at low tank pressures (below 500 psi), presenting a drowning hazard to divers.

REcalled Product Details

This recalled Oceanic and Hollis scuba diving regulators are made of metal and attach to the scuba tank valve and control the pressure of the air a diver breathes.

The serial number is laser etched on the first stage body. Part numbers and UPC codes are printed on the packaging only.

Only regulators with these part numbers and UPC codes are included in this recall.

Where and when were they sold?

The impacted Oceanic and Hollis regulators were sold at scuba diving equipment stores nationwide from October 2017 through June 2018.

As of the date of this post, there have been no reports of incidents or injuries related to this recall.

What should consumers do?

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled scuba diving regulators and contact a local Oceanic or Hollis dealer to schedule a free repair.

For further details about this recall, contact Huish Outdoors by calling (888) 270-8595 (dial extension 4).