The SCUBAPRO Scuba Regulator Guide 
Find a complete source of Scubapro Regulators and related scuba equipment.
 
 
 
  Scubapro regulators offer the ultimate first stage associated with an ultra performing second stage. The first stage is machined from a solid block of titanium for incomparable mechanical and corrosion resistance and for extra low weight. It is a regulator for a lifetime. For extra demanding divers that ask for an exclusive regulator
    Solid titanium body and components,forged titanium yoke. Patented over balanced composite/stainless steel piston. Thermal insulating system (TIS) on piston and spring. Externally adjustable intermediate pressure. 5 high flow low pressure swivel ports. Dual high pressure ports. Available in yoke or DIN (not shown) system. New wound conical single stainless steel wire filter. Enlarged water balancing chamber holes
     
    MK2 PLUS
"Simple elegance" best describes the MK2 PLUS. It offers a combination of simplicity and reliability in a compact design that remains unmatched in today's market.
Standard piston technology
Thermal Insulating System (TIS)
4 low pressure ports
Single high pressure port
Available in yoke or DIN (not shown) system
     
     
     
     
     
     
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