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SEAC PX100 Regulator Review #scuba #regulator #review @SeacSubTV @ScubaDiverMagazine


SEAC PX100 Regulator Review #scuba #regulator #review @SeacSubTV @ScubaDiverMagazine
SEAC PX100 set consists of a SEAC PX100 regulator with DIN or INT 230 bar connection and an octopus PX OCTO. The SEAC PX100 set features a simple piston first stage with a high pressure port and 4 low pressure ports. The second stage is a simple and functional design. Its large diaphragm always ensures natural breathing and is possible to adjust the Venturi effect (Dive / Pre Dive) with a simple switch. SEAC PX100 is also optimal for colder waters and complies with all the provisions of the CE EN 250-2014 standard. Hoses with M 3/8 “” connection with braided lining. All components are Made in Italy. ”
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Abdusabri
Abdusabri
8 months ago

#askmark

Hey Mark, many thanks for all the great content and advice! I learned a LOT from you! 🙂

I’m a bearded diver like you, and was considering buying an Atomic Venom Frameless mask (I know your opinion of it 😁) and I’ve read many reviews about its great fit.

The challenge is that it is not available locally in my country to try it personally and see how it fits me, and I was thinking of buying one online. Do you think it is a risk worth taking in this case considering its reputation in the fit/face seal department? 🙏

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Reply to  Abdusabri
8 months ago

It is a very nice mask but, other masks do work for me as well. If you find a mask that fits you at your LDS then you’re all sorted. Trying on a mask at your local dive centre will always be the best way to check the fit of a mask but, mask skirt designs are so good right now that it’s quite rare that you’ll find one that doesn’t fit and buying online is safe.

While I can’t promise the Venom Frameless will fit you, it definitely should

Abdusabri
Abdusabri
Reply to  Abdusabri
8 months ago

Many thanks for the feedback! I understand you can’t promise anything 🙂.

I currently have a Scubapro Synergy Twin mask, which is a good one for sure.

But, I thought if I am to upgrade, it would be the Venom Frameless.

The only issue I have with the synergy twin is that if I’m a bit in a hurry and don’t apply a beard balm, it leaks a bit too often and I found myself having to clear it consistently

Chris Philhower
Chris Philhower
8 months ago

I used an Aqua Lung Titan in my Class. Mine had the adjustable venturi. I didn’t notice a difference between High and Low settings

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Reply to  Chris Philhower
8 months ago

Most divers won’t notice if a venturi switch is turned on or off. Their main effect is when the 2nd stage is out of your mouth to prevent a freeflow from forming

Chris Philhower
Chris Philhower
Reply to  Chris Philhower
8 months ago

@Scuba Diver Magazine Thank you

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