That's the Core Supreme. The Supreme is "de-tuned" compared to the basic Core tohunterkz wrote:The core reg I am using is the sealed one for cold water use and has the heat sinks on the second stage. It is advertised as being good for these temps, but who knows what the truth is. The pony I use has a Sherwood 1st and a metal conshelf 2nd. What reg do you think would be better that doesn't break the bank? I don't want to use trimix and get into all that stuff. Also I am never sure of the depth of the next dive when I get the tanks filled so air is just easier. I also have a spare tank at 30ft if I need it.
I would regard that with deep scepticismhunterkz wrote:Hello all,
I have a question about the performance differences of the Newer Aqualung Legend 1st and 2nd stage vs the Core. I currently have a Core supreme in Din and the dive shop nearby is telling me the Legend is a much better breathing reg for deep diving. The deepest I usually go is 180ft with air in fairly chilly fresh water, low 40 degree temps at the bottom. I regularly dive at 150 ft and do some search and recovery so I do have to work a bit. The Core reg seems good and is very compact. Sometimes when working at depth it is a little harder to breath than I would like but it does the job. Is there any real difference in performance or is the shop just trying to sell me something? Thanks for the help.
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