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Introducing iAir - Scuba Tank Air Fills from Home
Greg - 4/01/2015 8:36 AM
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Introducing iAir - Scuba Tank Air Fills from HomeAre you tired of taking your scuba tanks to your local dive shop for air fills?

Introducing iAir by Using our patented, plug and play, USB air pressure can fill any size scuba tank from the convenience of your own home. There are only 3 steps required to fill your tanks:

1. Plug in the device to any USB port on your computer.
2. Connect the high pressure hose to your scuba tank (DIN and Yoke valves are supported).
3. Open a web browser and go to to pay for your air.

The iAir device is free of charge! You only pay 10 cents per 100 PSI. For example, if you already have 300 PSI in your scuba tank, and you fill it to 3000 only pay for 2700 PSI or $2.70 for your air fill!

Click here to have your iAir device shipped today.

If you want to dive without a tank, check out the new hoseless and tankless regulator by Mares.


siboles2000 - 8/14/2015 8:49 AM
can this blend Tri-Mix too...awesome...
CalmSeas - 4/12/2015 11:53 AM
Any way to hook it up to a hooka? I can just hook my laptop to my cell for WiFi and float them on a dive flag bouy. I would only pay for what I use...I guess the software may need to be able to keep a log just in case I loose cell service for some reason. Wouldn’t want to be down a the air stop.
Don - 4/07/2015 4:29 PM
Does it come with a iPad or iPhone adaptor ?? Could down load some fresh air, from the iclouds :) Good one Greg !!
Polestar - 4/05/2015 6:28 PM
Once word gets out about this new portable home/car air-fill station, all of the sandbaggers in diving will put the dive shops out of business! Then the rest of us will be forced to get one. I never thought the dive industry would go down the tubes so quickly. What a pipe dream; there;s an Einstein born every minute!
Eric_R - 4/03/2015 12:34 PM
Does it have it’s own anti virus?
truck201 - 4/03/2015 11:26 AM
what is the price on this? dale watson
ChristopherBurgert - 4/03/2015 6:39 AM
Happy belated birthday Greg!
Greg - 4/04/2015 6:00 PM
Thank you!
firediver57 - 4/03/2015 4:03 AM
Do you accept Paypal. I am thinking of putting one in my car for field trips or will my car usb charger not work. Hilarious. Great Greg. Belated Happy Birthday.
Green_Achers - 4/01/2015 2:41 PM
Works with Apple (in Indiana)!

HBD, Greg.
toolman - 4/01/2015 1:44 PM
That’s too funny
BillParker - 4/01/2015 9:37 AM
I saw an Ebay listing for pills that if you took one you’d grow gills and you could breathe UW. Do you think they are lying?
ChristopherBurgert - 4/01/2015 9:37 AM
lol I almost fell for it, but that would be a freaking awesome invention.
LatitudeAdjustment - 4/01/2015 9:34 AM
Rather than have it delivered to home rig a Y-valve so it can be delivered to the dive site but getting a good Wi-Fi connection underwater has been a problem. Maybe an antenna on the SMB :)
Greg - 4/01/2015 9:33 AM
If you like’ll love the new hoseless regulator by Mares - no tank needed!:
pescadore - 4/01/2015 9:20 AM
Funny April Fools Joke but it sure would be nice !!!
BillParker - 4/01/2015 9:19 AM
ladytop - 4/01/2015 9:13 AM
Happy Birthday Greg, or is that a prank too?
Greg - 4/01/2015 9:25 AM
No, that part is real :) Thank you!
SantaFeSandy - 4/01/2015 1:27 PM
Happy Blessed Birthday Greg. :-) [3
neilcp - 4/05/2015 10:07 PM
A belated b’day greet, Greg... I hope someone has gifted you that awesome compressor for ur b’day... ;-)
neilcp - 4/01/2015 9:06 AM
At last... thank goodness... So now I won’t need to leave the house at all, since I’m getting a practice dive tank installed in my spare room...
TexasTed - 4/01/2015 9:05 AM
Say it ain’t a joke! I need one!
L-Orca - 4/01/2015 8:54 AM
HAHAHA! AWESOME! Sign me up ;-)