About 20,000 Buoyancy Compensators used for Scuba Diving have been recalled by Ocean Management Systems Inc., of Middletown, New York. The buoyancy compensator seal ring could crack, posing a drowning hazard to divers. 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 Ocean Management Systems.
The equipment was sold at dive stores nationwide from May 2006 through August 2008 for about $400. Consumers should immediately stop using the diving equipment and contact Ocean Management Systems to receive a free repair. For additional information, contact Ocean Management Systems toll-free at (877) 791-0315, visit its website at www.omsdive.com, or email the company at email@example.com.
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