The AP Diving Inspiration Rebreather has been around since 1997 when it became the world’s first affordable production rebreather – the Inspiration classic. Since then it has constantly evolved to currently its 9th generation and to become the first rebreather to meet the PADI register requirements for both recreational and technical courses. The AP Inspiration was the first rebreather to ever achieve CE certification.
AP Diving is dedicated to the rebreather market with constant R&D developing a better rebreather experience that centers around the same proven design that has made the Inspiration the worlds most popular rebreather. The AP Inspiration range of rebreathers
AP Diving also have an unmatched level of support and service. No other manufacturer has supported a discontinued rebreather as long as AP Diving
The AP Inspiration is user upgradeable by software upload and hardware plug-n-play through all training levels from recreational through to deep technical diving (100m+) advanced Trimix.
Unique features of the Inspiration Rebreather
- Patented Dual Oxygen Controllers: unique and essential
- Dual Power Supplies: intelligently linked
- Patented Fibre-Optic HUD: cannot fail due to flood
- Open Circuit Bailout (OCB): feed gas from either side
- Front or Back-mounted Counterlungs: your choice
- Thermoplastic ABS Case: superb impact protection
- Insulated Scrubber Canister: unique high performance
- CO2 Monitor: advanced safety
- Scrubber Life Monitor: with visual display
Rebreather training on AP Inspiration
Kiwidiver is the only dive center in Phuket offering PADI Inspiration Rebreather courses on the APD Inspiration CCR with Vision Electronics.
We have the largest selection of rebreathers from the PADI Unit Registers in Thailand including the AP Inspiration, The Hollis Explorer, Poseidon MK6, MK6T (tec) and Poseidon Se7en.
Choosing the right rebreather and the right rebreather instructor is an important decision. With Kiwidiver that choice is easy because we actually own, dive and teach multiple different units and have years of experience teaching rebreather diving from beginner levels to instructor levels.
This means we can accurately advise you on the advantages and disadvantages of each unit and establish which is the right unit for you rather than trying to persuade you towards only one unit.