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11-26-2007, 15:49
what is your regulator and why

11-26-2007, 16:30
Scubaprok MK2 because it was inexpensive but reliable. I would never think of diving in very cold water with it but for 90% of my diving it serves me well. I plan on moving up to MK17 at end of 08

11-26-2007, 17:36
I've got the Aqualung Legend ACD. Most of my diving is in Ohio in quarries, and Aqualung being so classic it seemed good, not to mention the reviews it received from Rodale Scubalab... And the buy the reg get a free octopus sale hehhehehe

11-26-2007, 18:09
I have the Apek XTX 50. I needed a foolproof reg. that could take some beating and be extremely reliable. I also needed the first stage to be environmentally sealed. Aqua-lung and Atomic were my second choices, great regs. as well.

11-26-2007, 18:15
Lets see:

(1) Zeagle Flathead 6 (backup doubles reg)
(1) Dive Rite RG2500 (primary doubles reg)
(1) Dive Rite Hurricane (wifes primary doubles reg)
(1) Zeagle DS4 (wifes backup doubles reg)
(2) Zeagle Envoy's (stage regs)
(2) Dive Rite RG2500 (O2 regs)
(1) Sherwood Blizzard (extra/argon/whatever needed)

That's 9 total - latest purchases have all been Dive Rites.

Sadly, looking to get 2-4 more for sidemount configs. Probably go with the Posideons though since they don't care which side of the 2nd stage is up.

11-26-2007, 19:00
aqualung titan lx supreme
aqualung titan octo great reg for the price

11-26-2007, 19:03
All Dive Rites - staying with same manufacturer - one thatI trust and had good luck with.

11-26-2007, 19:07
A mess of Dive Rite...Mares...Oceanic and soon Salvo.

480 volt
11-26-2007, 19:30
1 set of abyss. Good solid regs.
2 sets zeagle flatheads. Good solid regs.
2 sets of dive rite 2500. Good solid regs.
2 sets atomic m1. Good solid regs.

Anybody no any other good solid regs? I think I need more.

11-26-2007, 19:56
Tusa RS-130. Good regulator at a great price and recommended by ST for my type of diving (recreational).

11-26-2007, 20:02
ScubaPro MK25/X650, When I bought it I had just read a review of regs in Scuba Diving mag. It was the top rated reg and the only reg to have a perfect score. Mine was not one of the recalls. I love this reg and is very easy breathing.

11-26-2007, 20:11
I use the atx 200 because it is environmentally sealed, which I need since I dive in colder water.

Navy OnStar
11-26-2007, 20:13
Scubapro MK25/S600. Good cold water performance. Very easy breathing/high flow. Like the warranty/company

11-26-2007, 20:13
I dive with a atomic B2 this is one smoth reg

11-26-2007, 20:30
1 set of abyss. Good solid regs.
2 sets zeagle flatheads. Good solid regs.
2 sets of dive rite 2500. Good solid regs.
2 sets atomic m1. Good solid regs.

Anybody no any other good solid regs? I think I need more.

DR has just come out with a Posideon rebranded (with parts kits service manuals etc). It would qualify I think.....

11-26-2007, 20:33
Mares proton: because that's what the shop sells, so I teach in it
Poseidon extreme: because it's the best breathing reg I've ever used.
ATX50: because I bought it for my DH, and use it more than he does!

480 volt
11-26-2007, 20:41
1 set of abyss. Good solid regs.
2 sets zeagle flatheads. Good solid regs.
2 sets of dive rite 2500. Good solid regs.
2 sets atomic m1. Good solid regs.

Anybody no any other good solid regs? I think I need more.

DR has just come out with a Posideon rebranded (with parts kits service manuals etc). It would qualify I think.....

Thanks you just cost me $500

11-26-2007, 21:04
I use an Apeks with DS4, plus Sherwood Blizzard and Genesis regulators. Most of them are cold water, environmentally sealed regs which I require for my diving.

Basically, cold murky water requires what? That's why I own them.

11-26-2007, 21:57
1 set of abyss. Good solid regs.
2 sets zeagle flatheads. Good solid regs.
2 sets of dive rite 2500. Good solid regs.
2 sets atomic m1. Good solid regs.

Anybody no any other good solid regs? I think I need more.

DR has just come out with a Posideon rebranded (with parts kits service manuals etc). It would qualify I think.....

Thanks you just cost me $500

Glad to be of service, now, when you order, can you get the quantity wrong because I could use about 4 of them as well. What another 2 scuba bucks.... (wouldn't want to change over my doubles regs now would I)

BouzoukiJoe A.K.A. wrecker130 AKA Chuck Norris AKA joeforbroke (banned)
11-26-2007, 23:07
Guys, stop it! I'm getting regulator envy...

I only have an XTX100 and an MR12

11-26-2007, 23:09
3 Dacor 960's
2 Poseidon JetStreams
2 OMS Workhorse regs
1 Dacor (not sure of the mod. its for argon)
The Dacor's I still use for teaching 1 for the pool 1 for the lake and 1 for Ice.
The JetStreams are on my doubles. I LOVE EM
The OMS are deco regs. 1 goes on my 40cf and the other gets hung at 20' from my boat.

11-26-2007, 23:40
I have a Dacor 460, US divers conshelf SE2, a Sherwood (I think Brut or something like that, and a Zeagle Flathead XP. I use the first three because I got them for free, or should I say my father and his brothers bought them when they were diving. I got the Flathead for $250, and I am a fan of Zeagle. All of these regs breath great.

11-26-2007, 23:52
2x Zeagle flathead 6 on my double 100's
Zeagle DSV for my single.

I might look at getting another DSV and using them on a double set too.


11-27-2007, 05:17
Oceanic Delta 4 FDX10 with Alpha 8 Octopus. I need something for the cold waters here, and the DVT is really handy! It's also on a swivel and adjustable, although one without would mean less to adjust!

11-27-2007, 08:07
Zeagle Envoy primary and Envoy octo.

Husband has: Zeagle Flathead primary and Envoy octo.

Why? I originally got the Envoy because it had perfect scores in ScubaLab testing and the price couldn't be beat. My husband got Zeagles because of my outstanding experience with mine, and the service I've gotten from ScottZeagle and ScubaToys.

Puffer Fish
11-27-2007, 08:35
I have:

Scubapro 25/250
Aqualung Kronos
2 Zeagle flat heads

The scubapro is Din, so I tend to use that more for regular diving... the Kronos for picture taking and the Zeagles for backups.

I so want a Poseidon reg...or two

11-27-2007, 08:42
what is your regulator and why
SP MK25 on my main tank.
SP MK16 on my Pony.

Both are good for use in cold Canadian waters and have anti-freezing technology built in. The MK25 is effortless breathing regardless of depth.

11-27-2007, 15:23
I have the Atomic B2....love that swivel...so far great reg.

11-27-2007, 15:28
Apeks ATX50, LDS sells and services it, free octo, good breathing, bullet proof reg.

11-27-2007, 19:46
I don't have a favorite right now, I'm looking for a new rig. Cold water and deep compatable are two of my requirements. Don't know what to get yet. Still looking though.

Lineman Larry
11-27-2007, 20:29
Aqua Lung Cousteau first stages that are set up for DIN and environmentally sealed and Titan LX second stages. This is my cold water rig.

Cousteau first and Micro Adjust second. ( for the wife )

Conshelf XIV as an emergency back up ( yoke )

Abyss adventure ( sealed ) for my 19 cuft bail out bottle

11-27-2007, 21:34
Apeks TX 50 - A classic bullet proof reg!

11-28-2007, 00:00
Poseidon Odin with Zeagle ZX octo. Just gave that rig to the wife, and will use a Apeks XTX 50 with Aqualung Titan LX octo. Both rigs are cold water ready.

11-28-2007, 12:14
Poseidon jetstream odin setup - I love the ease of breathing underwater as well as the side bubbles, not in front of my mask to interfere my sightseeing.

11-28-2007, 12:27
Tusa RS-130

great little reg, easy breathing

11-28-2007, 12:53
Rather then everybody telling what they use how about equipment with dismal track record. I only know the equipment I have used or rented what brands are "bad" or out of business companies should I stay away from?

11-28-2007, 13:44
Apeks TX50s on DS4 first stages, because they're reliable, easy to maintain, good for cold water, and possible to field service without tools if necessary, as the face plates can be unscrewed by hand to expose (or dry) the internal components.

I also use an OMS O2 clean reg for my deco cylinder, and a Genesis Yukon for a spare reg for buddies without equipment... it was my first reg, and worked great for years.

Darth Fishhead
11-28-2007, 13:54
I have to echo a few posts I saw here, the Tusa RS-130 is an outstanding reg for the money. I have been happy with it and it is in a teacher's price range, so anyone should be able to afford it!

11-28-2007, 14:32
Have a mares abyss 22 for my primary... like the config
I have a Sherwood Oasis for my back up. Getting ready to sell that though so I can buy a new riffe speargun.

I will buy another back up reg next year.

11-28-2007, 18:05
Aqua Lung Titan Micra, cause it's just plain comfy!

11-28-2007, 21:15
An older friend of mine was retiring from diving as I was starting and he gave me his regulator to use (Scubapro Mk10 w/G250). While diving with these regs, I developed some ideas about what I might like and want in a new reg. I decided that I didn't like fiddling with the adjustments on the scubapro while diving so self-adjustment was one thing I wanted. I also had some problems with dry-mouth and thus was interested in an all metal second stage. Finally, I wanted a small second stage. These wants led me to a Mares proton 42. I've logged a half-dozen dives on the proton 42, and so far have no regrets.


12-01-2007, 05:48
Mares MR22 Abyss, it was one of the best reg's available when I purchased gear in 2001. Still happy with it and see no reason to get anything else!

12-02-2007, 10:57
Apek XTX200, Egres Octo, Airsource II octo/inflator. Overbalanced, enviromentally sealed, two adjustments, and the ability to switch from right to left hand hoses if I decide to go on into some tech dives that may take advantage of this feature.

12-02-2007, 18:38
Scubapro MKV, G250, Mares Proton octo.
Mares MR12, Akros, no octo yet.

12-03-2007, 09:28
I use a Oceanic Alpha 8 PX3 that I purchased about a year ago, I really like it, I have no complaints, and also it fit really good into my budget.

12-03-2007, 09:45
Aqualung Titan LX supreme
Aqualung Calypso

Zeagle Razor
Zeagle Envoy (for pony bottle)

Buying today! (from ST of course)
Zeagle DS-V
Zeagle Envoy Deluxe.

12-03-2007, 15:02
Aqualung Titan LX supreme
Aqualung Calypso

Zeagle Razor
Zeagle Envoy (for pony bottle)

Buying today! (from ST of course)
Zeagle DS-V
Zeagle Envoy Deluxe.
You sure have a lot of regs for 0-24 dives?

12-03-2007, 15:14
Yea started out with just the Aqualung set-up, then decided to add the pony bottle set-up. Since then my wife has gotten certified so my Aqualung setup will go to her and I get a new set of Zeagle's (Yeah!!!!)

12-03-2007, 15:17
atomic Z2 I find it alittle easier to breath

12-03-2007, 15:23
Mares - Nikos
Mares - Rebel (Octo)

Has been very reliable and was very inexpensive (ie good into reg). I will continue to use this until I am ready for an upgrade, but very happy with the regulator at this point.

12-03-2007, 23:04
Zeagle Flathead VI.
Bought with package from ST, environmentally sealed.
Breathes really nice, smooth and effortlessly.

12-04-2007, 18:57
Atomic ST-1 - for work - because its one of the best in my opinion and my employer buys my work gear

Tusa RS-130 - for a backup - good reg at a great price and came highly recommended on these forums

12-04-2007, 19:57
Oceanic Delta 4 FDX10
Alpha 8 Octo
sea cure mouthpiece

great comfortable easy breather with swivel 2nd stage
sea cure makes it even better...

12-04-2007, 22:17
Atomic T1: primary - Atomic performance and quality, lightweight, and totally resistant to corrosion.

Mares Ti-Planet: spare - Very reliable diaphragm based design with total corrosion resistance

DIVE ENG (Modulo M) Oxygen: pony reg - Very inexpensive, lightweight design, total corrosion resistance

Aqua Lung Calypso: deco reg - Simple, inexpensive piston reg for high O2 concentration gasses

My next reg will be an Atomic M1.


12-28-2007, 04:26
Oceanic FDX-10 1st Stage with the Delta IV 2nd Stage.

Dynamic adjustment seemed like a nice feature and the DVT can't hurt either. 2nd stage swivel on a reasonably priced regulator also.

Plus I got it as part of a package for a great price.

Lone Frogman
12-28-2007, 07:50
The first reg I brought was a doublehose AquaLung AquaMaster I still have it and still dive it. I also have Conshelf XII's and Conshelf XIV's. Very good regs.

12-28-2007, 08:25
I currently have been diving with my cressi-sub airtech. Easy breather and always worked great. However I just gave that reg set to my nephew when he finished his JR. ow.

I just ordered from ST a genesis gs2000 reg set. It doesnt seem to be popular on this site. However it received great reviews and durability scores on scubadiving mag. I havent had a chance to dive it yet. Im waiting for my new fins to come in first :)

12-28-2007, 09:04
Scubapro MK20 upgraded to a MK25
Scubapro G250 (older version, not the HP)
Scubapro Air II (Third gen)

I like these so well that I went on e-bay and got a MK20/G250 and had them serviced up to the same level as a backup set. So NOW Scubapro announces the G250V for "classic" where they are removing the HP "enhancements" which actually downgraded the reg.

12-28-2007, 09:09
Dangerously close to getting a New Zeagle DSV-great breather and its an American Company!

12-28-2007, 09:28
Zeagle ZX 50D - Can't go wrong for the price. Environmentally sealed. It feels Heavy Duty..

12-30-2007, 19:14
Just picked up a Aqualung Titan LX, happy with it so far. It is replacing a Dacor Viper that I still have...wasn't thrilled with performance. Prior to that I had some Sherwoods which held up great.

12-31-2007, 21:49
I also have a AquaLung Titan. Got it because It was in my price range.
The breathing effort for it is minimal ecpecialy compared to the ocianic alpha 7 octo i have with it.


01-01-2008, 08:21
Sherwood blizzard, sherwood maximus II, and my son uses a genesis. I like the cold water resistant design of the sherwood first stage.

01-05-2008, 19:40
Aqualung Legend.

01-05-2008, 21:04
Sherwood maximus, love the underarm hose, really helps with jaw fatigue, and it's bulletproof, and reliable. Maybe not the best out there, but you normallly don't have to worry about them breaking on you.

01-05-2008, 21:10
SP mk25/s600/r295 - main
SP mkv/r395 - backup
SP mk2/r295 - pony

I like SP and there warranty/service....

01-05-2008, 22:04
Apeks xtx100 and air source 2 good regs for cold water and LDS will service them

Tom A
01-05-2008, 22:40
iv been diving with the same scuba pro since 79 next year get away from heavy metal regs to new light weight ones thanks to my wife giving me an oceanic for christmas

01-06-2008, 04:53
Apeks XTX200 + XTX40. Wanted regs that I can grow in.

01-06-2008, 14:44
2 Posiedon Cyklons
1 Diverite RG2500
1 Sherwood (pony reg)
1 OMS (O2 reg)

01-06-2008, 17:01
Both me and the married-to-divebuddy (read:wife) dive the Mares MR 12 Abyss with Mares Brigade Viper Octo (from ST of course)......sleek, rugged, afordable, comfortable, Mares styling, what else do I need?....I dig it....

01-06-2008, 18:04
Delta III TDX5 Ti
Zeagle RKO

01-06-2008, 18:10
Mares Abyss 22 - Because at the time ST had a great deal on them and they are a great reg....

Hope to be able to afford two Atomic M1's soon for doubles!

01-07-2008, 14:46
Zeagle ZX-50D since it is env. Sealed ( I dive in Cold Water )
Tusa RS240 (breathes nicely but it was 100 upgrade on a ST Package)

01-09-2008, 18:12
RS 130 from Tusa. It was a good package from ST, it has served me well on my recreational diving plus its compact and light weight, perfect for travel. :smiley20:

01-09-2008, 18:51
Tusa RS-130 oh uhh why? I guess excelent reviews and great prices

01-09-2008, 21:09
Titan LX does the job 4 me...

01-09-2008, 21:46
Zeagle DSV Primary
Zeagle Envoy Deluxe Octo

Got 'em based on lots of research and talking to fellow divers. Zeagle has a bulletproof reputation for service. They're overkill, for the type of diving that I do, but I don't care...

01-11-2008, 14:46
My wife and I both use Mares V16 proton XLs with proton octos. Really light. She hasn't had any jaw fatigue since we got them.

01-11-2008, 16:52
Atomic B2 with a sherwood shadow + octo.

01-14-2008, 22:33
3 Aqualung Titans,
1 for me
1 for my son
and 1 for a backup
I like them, very depandable.
Getting an Atomic ST1 soon.

04-19-2008, 12:56
what is your regulator and why
I use a Scubapro MK10 or Conshelf 21 first stages because of their simplicity and easily available parts. For second stages I use D350 and G250 because they are really easy breathers. Also the D350 is good for diving in any position.

04-19-2008, 21:58
oceanic gt3 and alpha 8 octo The gt is adjustable and came with a sealed 1st stage- water is cold up here. and the DVT seemed like a good idea

04-19-2008, 22:29
Sherwood Magnum w/ Sherwood Octo
Sherwood SR1 w/ Sherwood Octo (just bought this one last week!)

My son got the Magnum when I bought the SR1. The cold water divers around here recommended the Sherwood regs as bullet proof dependable and easy to service.

04-19-2008, 23:09
oceanic gt3 and alpha 8 octo The gt is adjustable and came with a sealed 1st stage- water is cold up here. and the DVT seemed like a good idea

almost exactly what I am going to order on Monday from ST's

04-20-2008, 09:57
Atomic Ti2 primary, Z2 octo. I am getting deep and wreck certified and wanted the performance at the depths.

04-20-2008, 12:02
oceanic gt3 and alpha 8 octo The gt is adjustable and came with a sealed 1st stage- water is cold up here. and the DVT seemed like a good idea

almost exactly what I am going to order on Monday from ST's

Yeah the price right now is awesome, I'm going to get my wife the same setup as well

04-20-2008, 13:22
3 Aqualung Titans,
1 for me
1 for my son
and 1 for a backup
I like them, very depandable.
Getting an Atomic ST1 soon.
In my opinion are the best for the money, easy breathers, simple design and dependable.

04-20-2008, 13:54
I don't own one yet, but I think I have made a decision (finally) on purchasing the Zeagle Envoy and Envoy octo.

04-23-2008, 11:51
XS Scuba Tri Metal.....This reg got high marks from scuba labs and it is no wonder. Dry in virtually any position the reg breaths easy on both shallow and deep dives. This unit has a diver-adjustable air-flow which cuts down on free-flow, but allows you to breathe at depth like youre still standing on the deck. The swivel at the first stage allows for ease of movement with no jaw fatigue. It also has Five low pressure ports and Two high pressure ports.

04-23-2008, 22:02
Scubapro Mk25/S600. Had it down to 97 ft so far and it breathes great. I did put a Seacure mouthpiece on it; much better.

04-24-2008, 20:09
Aqualung Micra ADJs with Cousteau 1st stage...

Charles R
04-24-2008, 20:13
I dive DiveRite 2500's both primary and B/U and my son dives the cressi Sub Ti they are smaller and lighter for him since he is only 10.

Don Wray
04-24-2008, 20:22
XTX200, because I felt it was best for my diving....I think I'll give Zeagle a shot next time around. No problems with the Apeks, just Scott's wife needs a new pair of shoes.

04-25-2008, 02:34
Both the wife and I: Aqualung Titan's, with the ABS alternate.

Why? It is not the top of the line, not the bottom of the line. The free parts for life warranty helped us pick these over the Sherwoods we were also looking at.

The free alternates helped too. :)

04-25-2008, 11:11
what is your regulator and why

Apeks XTX-50 with an Egress Octo... great breathing setup IMHO

04-25-2008, 15:51
Sherwood blizzard w/standard octo

04-25-2008, 18:43
Oceanic GT3 because I liked it.

04-25-2008, 19:08
I've been breaking in a new Zeagle Flathead 6 this spring. It's been just perfect.

04-25-2008, 21:25
Titan LX just a good reg.

04-25-2008, 23:15
My main reg is a Scubapro Mk25 w/ s600 2nd and r190 on a necklace.

I have used a few regs and nothing I have used breaths like this. I typicaly crank open the 2nd stage adjustments (S600). My primary is routed from the bottom port on the swivel.


Can't wait to get off my ass and pick up the G250 Vintage.

04-26-2008, 04:55
Atomic B2; I couldnt possibly be happier, then again...I likely dont know enough to be unhappy ;-)

04-26-2008, 08:10
My wife and I have a pair of Tusa RS460's, and I've refitted them with Miflex hoses... love em... also like that they are a dual brand - they are internally the same as the Scubapro MK16/R390 setup, so, if I were to need anyone to rebuild one, there is a good chance I can find someone familiar with them, however I do plan on learning myself...

04-27-2008, 19:54
Mares Abyss 22 because my LDS recommended to me. It's been pretty good...no dry mouth with all metal construction.

04-27-2008, 20:06
Aqualung Glacia and Octo, I plan to do Ice Diving next year so I bought It as my first reg. I love It's ease of breathing, lite weight and no jaw fatigue.

06-01-2008, 18:49
Cressi XS Plus octo. So far so good! I use it because its the one that Msilvia gave as a "you better get certified NOW" bribe!

06-01-2008, 18:56
Zeagle Envoy Deluxe (and Octo-Z) because it was rated the best (in my budget range) by ScubaLab.

I love the heck out of it. It breaths nice and easy.

06-01-2008, 20:30
i use whatever i rent cause i ain't gots one, but im lookin into getting a oceanic reg...

06-01-2008, 20:46
Sherwood Oasis
Simple Design
Breaths well
Solid trouble free performance
Time tested

06-01-2008, 21:07
I use the Atomic B2 because Joe (ST) told me to. :smiley2:

06-02-2008, 01:32
Joe talked me into it last year on a visit to the ScubaToys store. I had wanted one but thought it was out of my price range. Funny, if you buy enough stuff all at one time it's not so bad...

06-02-2008, 10:10
I dive the Zeagle DSV-adjustable 2nd stage, 2 hp ports, environmentally sealed, and its made in the USA. Its got features that cost much more in some other regs and ST sells them as well!

06-03-2008, 16:49
Mares MR22 Abyss, The Abyss has been used to set several records such as
• Deep Solo Dive: -313m.(1000+ft.) Mark Ellyat, December 2003

• 101 Divers: South Africa 101 divers breathed simultaneously for 40 minutes from a single MR22 first stage at a depth

of 1.4 m
So I figured it should def. hold up to me, doubt I'll ever have 100 OOA dive buddies, if so I'll def. need some more octo's.

06-04-2008, 03:50
Since my wife is completing her OW checkout this weekend I needed to add to my gear collection.
Todays addition an Oceanic Delta 4 FDX10
After discussion with my LDS instructor and comparing to what I already had I was given a deal to sweet to pass up.

06-07-2008, 08:25
Sherwood Maximus from LDS. Like the swivel and under arm hose routing. A plus was that I could test it out in their pool before flying to Florida with it.

06-07-2008, 09:11
Mares MR22 Abyss because my LDS/instructor recomended.

06-07-2008, 20:21
scubapro mk 5,159 and 109 seconds yeah chrome is cool,none of that sissy plastic stuff here.

06-07-2008, 20:29
Main-Aqualung Titan LX supreme & Zeagle Octo+
Pony- US Divers Pro Diver 1st stage & Aqualung ABS 2nd Stage

06-08-2008, 08:28
Mares abyss for the NE. Just picked up a couple of Dacor pros caribbean for travel.

06-08-2008, 17:57
Oceanic Omega.... love the side exhaust. Have been looking around for a new reg since mine is 20 years old and has been rebuilt several times. Only problem is the only other side exhaust I know about is Poseidon and the diameter of mouthpiece I use is too small to fit on their 2nds. :-((

06-11-2008, 14:05
Atomic Z2 with Z2 octo
Atomic Z2 with Oceanic Alpha 8

06-11-2008, 17:21
I use Aqualung titans.
Because I like them.

06-11-2008, 17:39
I tried out a bunch of regs back in 2000 and liked the Abyss, since then I have continued to use an Abyss and always been happy.

06-13-2008, 09:44
Atomic B2 Primary w/ Z1 Octo, its does everything but rub my feet!

06-13-2008, 12:30
I just got a Zeagle Envoy Deluxe and a Zeagle envoy octo.

06-13-2008, 13:12
Zeagle Flathead VI. Bombproof, easy breather, and it's a Zeagle.

06-13-2008, 13:33
Zeagle Flathead VI

06-16-2008, 10:20
Conshelf XIV Arctic environmentally sealed.
Poseidon Cyclon 300

Both breathe very well, are rugged and dead reliable. The Poseidon can be routed over either Righ or Left shoulder.

Conshelf XIV non sealed-----backup/spare/pony etc.

Aqua-Lung Aquamaster doublehose--------Super reliable and easy breather and bubbles are behind me. My favorite regulator.

Nimrod Snark III--------because I like to use double hose regulators.