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Scuba Regulator Reviews- 5 Best Regulator

Updated on October 1, 2014

Finding the Right Scuba Regulator Can be a Daunting Task

So, you're planning you next diving trip and need to buy a scuba regulator...

Lets face it, this is one of the most important scuba diving equipment you are ever going to use.

You can easily rent a regulator from your dive destinations dive center, but are you going to put your full trust in an over used, under maintained, rental regulator.

Many diver's don't ...

I know buying a regulator can be a daunting task with all the different features and models of regulators available today.

Especially if you don't Know what to look for in a new regulator.

But the security of having your own regulator is defiantly worth it.

Therefore, I created this page to help yo choose the right regulator and give reviews on the top 5 regulators available today


Click Here If you are looking to buy a scuba regulator for the best Price

How To Choose The Right Scuba Regulator - Styles and Features

When buying a new regulator there are so many different styles and features to choose from. Below is a video done by the guys over at simplyscuba.com. The video let you know what you need to consider when looking to buy a new regulator. Whether or not you need a DIN or Yoke setup, Piston or Diaphragm, Balanced or Unbalances, and other features you must consider.

1. Scubapro Mk25 S600 - Scubapro's top of the line Regulator

To Read a complete review of this regulator Click Here

Scubapro MK25/S600 Regulator - Yoke
Scubapro MK25/S600 Regulator - Yoke

The Mk25 is Scubapro's best performing balanced piston first stage, and when pair with the adjustable S600 second stage you get a regulator that can easily adopt to any diving environment or condition. This regulator was also given ScubaLab's Tester's Choice for 2010

 

2. Atomic ST1 Regulator - Environmentally Contentious.

Atomic Aquatics ST1 Regulator
Atomic Aquatics ST1 Regulator

This Atomic ST1 is construction from a mixture of stainless steel and Titanium parts to produce a regulator that is not only one of the best breathing regulator on the market, but environmentally friendly as well.

The fist stage is contructed from stainless steel which has pretty much the same corrosion resistance properties as titanium, but at a lower price. This also illuminate the need to quote the exterior with chrome, which can be harmful to the environment.

 

3. Mares 22 Abyss Scuba Regulator Review - Breaking All The Records

Mares Abyss 22 Dive Regulator - Scuba Diving Regulator
Mares Abyss 22 Dive Regulator - Scuba Diving Regulator

The Mares Abyss 22 dive regulator is the hyper-balanced diaphragm regulator that is breaking all the records. Mares claims this regulator broke the record for deep solo-dive to -313m and also the number of divers breathing from one first stage. 101 divers breathing simultaneously from a single Mares 22 first stage for 40min.

 

4. Cressi Balanced MC9 - Exceptional Performance For A Fraction Of The Cost

Cressi Ellipse Balanced MC9-SC Regulator
Cressi Ellipse Balanced MC9-SC Regulator

Cressi has been making some of the most reliable regulators for years and the Ellipse Balance MC9 is no different.

The regulator pairs the adjustable balanced second stage with the MC9 hyer-balanced first stage, creating a regulator that would compete with any to the top regulator available for a fraction of the cost.

 

5. Atomic B2 Regulator Reivew

Atomic Aquatics B2 Regulator, Black
Atomic Aquatics B2 Regulator, Black

The Atomic B2 Regulator is pretty much similar to the ST1, however it is constructed from Chrome plated brass. This makes the regulator more affordable, but still has the ability to deliver the top permanence of its more expensive counterparts.

The only draw back is that chrome can easily be chipped exposing the brass to the elements and corrosion.

 

How Makes the Best Scuba Regulators?

Which dive company do you think makes the best scuba regulator?

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Where To Find The Best Deals On Scuba Regulators? - eBay has the best stuff for Less

When looking to buy a new dive regulator or parts I always shop on eBay first. I can always get the best price for the regulator I want, as well as parts and accessories. Below are a few listings of regulators on sale at eBay. By no means these are all the regulator for sales there. These are just a hand full of what you can find right now on eBay.

Is there a specific regulator you like? What is your favorite regulator? Let us know by leaving a comment below. Or, just say hello if you like the lens.

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