Scubapro Mk25EVO / S620Ti Regulator

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Scubapro Mk25EVO / S620Ti Regulator

The S620Ti second stage is said to embrace the best features of Scubapro's renowned S600 in an upgraded design.

It is smaller and lighter but uses the same-sized diaphragm and delivers excellent performance, says Scubapro, with the work of breathing apparently reduced by 40% over its predecessor. It can be partnered with the chrome-plated MK25 EVO or the all-titanium MK25T EVO first stages – expect to pay £585 and £1379 respectively.

www.scubapro.com

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19-Jan-17

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