Originally Posted by peadar_911
Another thing probably worth noting, I'm pretty sure carbon fibre cylinders have a maximum life of 15 years from date of manufacture, after which they're scrap, regardless of any test, as no dive shop will fill them (or shouldn't at any rate).
Ah, that was the catch.
But then 15 years is quite a long time... and if they do produce a 20 year one, saves the old back n what not.
I'd junk my 2x3l's in favour of a 3L carbon if it lasted 15-20.
Will look into it.
The decant off a 12L 300 is doing well. So far i've saved £10 on filling the 3L's. I only have to do that another 20x and it's payed for itself.