Cressi AC10V / Master Cromo Scuba Diving Regulator | Sport Diver

This impressive reg was a Best Buy when ScubaLab tested it, thanks to its excellent breathing-simulator and real-world breathing scores. Cressi combined a classic design with the latest technology when it made this reg. It delivers consistent intermediate pressure and high performance, even with low tank pressure. The pneumatically balanced second stage delivers smooth airflow in a compact package; it also has a stylish brushed titanium face plate. The first stage features five low-pressure ports mounted on a turret that swivels on a 360˚ axis, and the second stage offers an elliptical diaphragm and full user controls. The reg meets the requirements of the latest European regulation EN 250/2000.

Cressi AC10V Master Cromo Scuba Reg

Cressi AC10V / Master Cromo scuba diving regulator


The conical filter has a large surface area and allows 200% more air flow than standard models. It’s easy to change from DIN to INT, both 200 and 300 bar.

First Stage Product Features

  • Balanced piston
  • Two 7/16” HP outlet UNF
  • Five 3/8” LP outlet UNF
  • Working pressure: 230 bar (INT connection), 300 bar (DIN connection)
  • Calibration pressure: 9.8÷10 bar
  • 360° revolving head that offers flexible routing of hoses
  • Durable, high-quality construction: copper-coated, nickel and chromium-plated brass
  • The sintered conical filter offers better filtration, and protects against any impurities

Second Stage Product Features

  • Pneumatically balanced
  • Adjustable Venturi
  • Adjustable inhalation effort
  • Patented elliptical diaphragm
  • Patented low-friction lever
  • Air delivery system without injector
  • Adjuster knob coated with PVD process with dual OR
  • Laser-etched titanium front piece
  • Internal heat exchanger
  • Cap opening with Cam-lock
  • Noise-absorbing technopolymer body
  • Removable technopolymer deflector
  • Removable mechanics
  • Weight without hose: 207 gr
  • The jacketed hose is extremely light and flexible. Its weight: 153 gr

Combined Performance

  1. Average Cracking Effort: 3.5 mbar
  2. Average Breathing Effort: 0.6 J/l

The reg meets the requirements of the latest European regulation EN 250/2000.

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