On Scubapro’s Spectra Trufit, narrow ribs molded into the ultra-soft silicone create a pliable skirt that molds to facial contours, creating an excellent seal on a variety of face shapes. Buckles attach to the skirt, enabling the mask to be folded flat for packing, and the dual-lens design offers good field of view. The frame is painted with a unique powder-coat effect in a choice of colors.
Scubapro has taken its time-proven Mark 11 balanced diaphragm first stage and teamed it up with a brand new second stage, the R- 195. The R-195 is based on Scubapro’s classic R-190, which enjoyed a well-earned reputation for reliability. The R-195 continues in this tradition, but is built with modern materials and offers additional features. Combining a classic downstream valve with a large diaphragm and center-case purge button, this reg comes with a dive/pre-dive switch that’s shaped and sized for easy grabbing and helps prevent surface free-flows.
SCUBAPRO’s Cabin Bag is made of smooth-finish Tarpaulin, a durable PVC material. The bag offers a large main compartment, plus a mesh pouch on the inside of the lid and a large zippered sleeve on the outside of the lid. There are padded lift handles on top and on one side, and the telescoping tow handle locks into position for both pushing and pulling.
SCUBAPRO'S Mark 17 balanced diaphragm first stage is designed for harsh environments and cold water. The pneumatically balanced G-2-60 second stage is made with metal components in the inlet tube, orifice, inhalation control knob and hose connector to optimize cold-water performance. It is quipped with both a VIVA switch and inhalation control knob, and the left-right hose attachment makes it easy to rig for tech diving
SCUBAPRO’s Mark 25/S-600 has been restyled for 2013 and is now available in four versions. Each model offers its own unique cosmetics, coatings, and construction materials, but they all have one thing in common—awesome performance. In ScubaLab breathing machine tests the Mark 25/S-600 has consistently outpaced all regulators, past and present, in sheer muscle reg performance. And in the ocean it breathes like a dream.