The balanced-piston first stage MK25T has been Scubapro’s top performer for well over a decade. The titanium version, coupled with the titanium S600T second stage, offers the same performance and reliability but in a package better suited to the traveling diver.For more information, visit www.scubapro.com
Featuring a second stage that's 65-percent lighter than a metal regulator combined with Mares' super-flex hose, this heavyweight performer is a lightweight traveler.For more information, visit www.mares.com
Weighing just 26 ounces for the DIN or 31 ounces for the yoke version, the Mikron is Aqua Lung’s lightest regulator, ideal for the traveling diver — or the diver with a smaller mouth — looking for a combination of comfort, strong performance and ease of packing.For more information, visit www.aqualung.com
The RS-680 regulator from TUSA features a compact, lightweight design. It contains two high-pressure and four low-pressure ports and is available in both DIN and yoke versionsThe RS-680 also incorporates TUSA’s Sequential Exhaust Assist (or S.E.A.), a new design featuring a dual exhaust system to decrease breathing effort during exhalation. The entire second stage also swivels 360 degrees to prevent jaw fatigue and add to overall comfort.
Breathe Safely and Smoothly. This new crop of regulators, octos and safe seconds ensures you never have to worry about where your next breath is coming from — just take a sip, and glide into your next underwater adventure.What You Need to Know: Scuba Regulators
Smart Trends: Four Advances in Dive Gear That You Should Know AboutTravel Gear: With lightweight regs, travel BCs and compact fins, it’s never been easier to pack more gear into less space — without impacting performance.Tec-Lite: The line between “tec” and “rec” is blurring, a good thing for recreational divers who want some of the capabilities — or just the bad-to-the-bone look — of technical gear.