I have some stuff that is just laying around. If anyone is interested, you guys get it for cheaper than I'm going to list it on Ebay for.
1.) Orca Edge dive computer, with box, and 2 sheaths. It has the upgraded seal, works like a champ, and is one of the models wired for double 9 volt batteries so that you can change a battery while it is on so you don't lose your nitrogen loading. It works, and I've used it many times in the water actually diving. It needs nothing at all. I found one with an even lower serial number, which is why I'm selling this one. It comes with hose attachments still in the original bag, and its box. 50 dollars if any of you want it plus shipping. I just saw one sell for 80 bucks the other day.
Here it is all workie workie.
Rear shot of covers. One for wrist bands and one for clipping off.
Double battery attachments for much win.
Complete with box from PA.
I also have a 3rd edition Jeppeson's Sport Diving Manual. It's in amazing shape. I got a first edition one for Christmas. 10 bucks plus shipping.
Lastly, I have all the useful parts from the Poseidon Unisuit I recently acquired. It was a tip top suit, and looked new, but the neoprene was shotsky in one part. I offer the drysuit zipper, inflator valve with its proprietary hose, the exhaust valve, the size 14 boots from the suit, and the complete drysuit zipper. The zipper alone is a white whale. Drysuit manufacturers don't make zippers this long anymore. I've seen the zippers alone go for 80-125 dollars. You can have everything, plus the original bag for 30 bucks plus shipping. Pics:
Lookit how new and delicious it all looks.
The least common drysuit hose ever, only made by Poseidon for like 5 years in the 70s.
Original fin keepers, never used.
The inlet valve still has the original packing grease in it. It looks unused.
The exhaust valve still has its original grease too. I functions checked it and it works great.
Besides a tiny bit of mold the boots appear unused, and are in the apparently non-existent 1970's size of 14 regular.
The drysuit zipper has not a single frayed thread on it, and it looks newer than the zipper on my actual drysuit I dive with.
Original manufacturer's data label for the suit from which all of this came is supplied as well.