Suunto SM-36 SPG with Hose


The Suunto SM-36 Submersible Pressure Gauge (SPG) is an extremely compact device, meeting the highest standards offered and providing excellent accuracy.

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The Suunto SM-36 SPG with Hose is an extremely compact device, meeting the highest standards offered and providing excellent accuracy. This is a direct result of the Suunto SM-36 Submersible Pressure Gauges’ incorporated safety-pin-type tube and a gear mechanism.  Furthermore, the clear and bright phosphorescent dial face provides excellent readability, even in less than ideal conditions.

To add to it’s greatness, this Suunto SPG is made with 100% renewable energy!

The Suunto SM-36 SPG is suitable for use with up to 300 bar cylinders, and features a 350 bar display. The colour coding on the dial is red screened from 0 to 50 bar for reserve air, and green screened from 100 to 360 bar. Numerical pressure increments are 50, 100, 150, 200, 250, 300 and 350 bar with 20 bar increment indicators.

The SM-36 submersible pressure gauge can be fitted with the Suunto Combos or it can be attached directly to a high pressure hose.

Suunto SM-36 SPG Features

  • Outstanding quality, reliability, and accuracy
  • Easy-to-read display even in demanding conditions
  • Suitable for cylinders with pressure up to 300 bar
  • Made in Finland
  • With Miflex Carbon HD high pressure hose

Proudly family owned, Mike and Deb have run Jetty Dive Centre since 1996. Our team has developed extensive knowledge in the products we stock, as we’re out diving with them! If you have any questions or would like a personal recommendation, feel free to contact us anytime. We’d be happy to help you out any way we can!

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