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Apeks Flight Octopus

$280.00
This is the perfect complement to the Flight regulator. It doesn’t make sense to have the world’s smallest, lightest regulator and a big, bulky octopus. The Flight Octopus is designed for water temperatures above 10º C (50º F)

Cressi Digi 2

$299.00
With the Cressi Digi 2 dive console in your equipment, you can say goodbye to your old analog pressure gauge; this advanced Cressi Specialized device can give you constant, trustworthy info with just a screen check.

Apeks XTX40 Octopus

$279.00
The XTX40 Octopus provides the same features and performance as the XTX40 second stage and includes left / right hand reversibility. It comes with a high visibility yellow front cover and a 36” yellow hose. Suitable for cold water use (below 10 C / 50 F).

Problue Compass GU-1270

$79.00
Always a great idea to have a diving compass whilst diving. A diving compass is oil filled and it's accuracy is even better! You can use it on land or underwater.

Scubapro MK21/S560 Regulator

The compact and lightweight MK21/S560 is a full-featured reg combo that's easy to use, offers SCUBAPRO reliability and is priced right, making it the ideal mid-range system for a variety of diving scenarios. The MK21/S560's size and weight make it an excellent choice for travel divers, its innovative fin design makes it a good cold-water performer, its "smart" hose layout is well-suited for some technical applications, and its overall ease of use, reliability and price make it the must-have reg system for recreational divers of all skill levels.

Atomic T3 Regulator

$1,399.00
Atomic T3 regulator forges a new titanium standard as the absolute finest regulator you can own, regardless of price. The T3 is Atomic Aquatics signature regulator, providing you unprecedented reliability and performance. Amazing light-weight and dependable materials makes it the perfect choice for travel. You'll dive confidently in exotic locations, where service is hard to find. Atomic Aquatics was the first to design and manufacture an all titanium diving regulator. This exotic metal was chosen for its absolute corrosion resistance in ocean water, its strength, and its amazing light weight.

Trident Sterisol Disinfectant

$30.00
Sterisol is completely safe for all plastics, rubbers and silicones and will not affect regulator diaphragms. When used as directed, it will clean and deodorise mouthpieces including removing mould and fungus that may be lurking on rental equipment. Sterisol is ideal for reducing odours in closed breathing apparatus.

Aqualung Leg3nd Elite Regulator

$1,399.00
The LEG3ND ELITE gives divers unprecedented capabilities by providing perfect precision and enhanced ergonomics at your fingertips. Advanced divers appreciate the independent micro adjustments to fine-tune their own individual breathing preferences.​
Item is sold exclusively as a set including:
  • Aqualung Leg3nd Elite Regulator DIN
  • Aqualung Leg3nd Elite Octopus
  • Aqualung Single Pressure Gauge
  • Aqualung Explorer Bag

Apeks MTX-RC Regulator

$1,235.00
Go warm, go cold, go deep, go anywhere. Enjoy control in the extreme with the MTX-RC scuba diving regulator. Combining rugged, military grade engineering with the super-smooth breathing experience that Apeks regulators are renowned for, the MTX-RC is the regulator that lets you explore more.

Cressi Console CPD3

$299.00
COMPASS + PRESSURE GAUGE + DEPTH GAUGE Console with three instruments: compass, depth gauge and pressure gauge.

Cressi Leonardo Console 2

$399.00
The Leonardo Console 2 has been designed to fit the new Leonardo Cressi Dive Computer in a modern console.

ProBlue AC21 VM Silicone Mouthpiece

$16.00
ProBlue AC21 VM Silicone Mouthpiece is smaller than a standard mouthpiece. Great for junior users or anyone who has a smaller jawline!  Great item to have for personal hygiene.

Dive regulator is a pressure regulator that controls the pressure of breathing gas for diving. The most commonly recognised application is to reduce pressurized breathing gas to ambient pressure and deliver it to the diver, but there are also other types of gas pressure regulator used for diving applications. The gas may be air or one of a variety of specially blended breathing gases. The gas may be supplied from a scuba cylinder carried by the diver or via a hose from a compressor or high-pressure storage cylinders at the surface in surface-supplied diving. A gas pressure regulator has one or more valves in series which reduce pressure from the source, and use the downstream pressure as feedback to control the delivered pressure, or the upstream pressure as feedback to prevent excessive flow rates, lowering the pressure at each stage.

The terms “regulator” and “demand valve” are often used interchangeably, but a demand valve is the final stage pressure-reduction regulator that delivers gas only while the diver is inhaling and reduces the gas pressure to approximately ambient. In single-hose regulators, the demand valve is either held in the diver’s mouth by a mouthpiece or attached to the full-face mask or helmet. In twin-hose regulators the demand valve is included in the body of the regulator which is usually attached directly to the cylinder valve or manifold outlet, with a remote mouthpiece supplied at ambient pressure.

A pressure-reduction regulator is used to control the delivery pressure of the gas supplied to a free-flow helmet or full-face mask, in which the flow is continuous, to maintain the downstream pressure which is provided by the ambient pressure of the exhaust and the flow resistance of the delivery system (mainly the umbilical and exhaust valve) and not much influenced by the breathing of the diver. Diving rebreather systems may also use regulators to control the flow of fresh gas, and demand valves, known as automatic diluent valves, to maintain the volume in the breathing loop during descent. Gas reclaim systems and built-in breathing systems (BIBS) use a different kind of regulator to control the flow of exhaled gas to the return hose and through the topside reclaim system, these are of the back-pressure regulator class.

The performance of a dive regulator is measured by the cracking pressure and added mechanical work of breathing, and the capacity to deliver breathing gas at peak inspiratory flow rate at high ambient pressures without excessive pressure drop, and without excessive dead space. For some cold water diving applications the capacity to deliver high flow rates at low ambient temperatures without jamming due to regulator freezing is important.