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KISS Rebreathers begins delivery of Orca Spirit

The wait is over.

KISS Rebreathers new, highly anticipated Orca Spirit (OS) rebreather is here!

Spirit_2Following KISS Rebreathers upgrade of the Spirit to full production this spring, not only are deliveries of all pre-orders well underway, KISS is looking forward to providing delivery of new Spirit orders in a timely fashion.

Since 1998, KISS Rebreathers has been designing, building, and selling rebreathers with a reputation for being durable, reliable, and safe – and their performance record speaks for itself,

This experience, knowledge and background is evident in the new Spirit as components are precision machined to exact specifications from solid materials to produce a durable, lightweight (less than 44 lbs. fully assembled), fully closed circuit rebreather system that is easy to use, maintain and travel with.

In addition to producing tough, reliable pieces of equipment, KISS Rebreathers also believes divers should  be able to build a personalized system that is best suited for their style of diving.

At the time of ordering, divers can also choose between getting their new Spirit as a complete package, with 14 cu.ft. tank, BOV (rebreather mouthpiece with built in 2nd stage regulator), Dive Rite XT CCR wing, TransPac Harness and oxygen-ready first stage regulator. This package runs $6,577. Conversely, divers who already own components such as a BOV, first stages, and/or displays can select the basic kit, with a starting price of $4,890.

For more information email KISS at or visit their website at to locate a KISS dealer or Sales Rep near you.

About the author  ⁄ Walt Stearns

Walt Stearns started as a freelance photojournalist in 1985. Over the span of his career, Walt Stearns has become known as one of the most prolific and frequently published photojournalists in boating, fishing and diving media, with more than 8,000 articles and 20,00 images published, as well as video work for broadcast outlets such as the Discovery Channel and the BBC to producers like Wild Horizon’s Ltd. Connect with me on Google+

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