Some divers like to use a standard SPG, and a wireless transmitter for their computer.slonda828 wrote:I ended up getting an Aqualung Titan LX. I found one that looked cool and red, and didn't have any geckos, lizards, vanilla colored plastic, or any of that other crap that comes on some of the new Aqualung stuff. Inside, it is a conshelf/RAM, and that is my favorite design for a regulator. It's still almost just as easy to service too. After rebuilding a SP mk25/S600 yesterday, I have to say that the modern SP regs have too many parts, too many o-rings, and too many fancy bushings. That mk25 is like a damn luger on the inside. I'm more of a 1911 kind of a guy, so I went with the Aqualung regulator. It's kind of weird, in 10 years of diving I have never owned a regulator that I have purchased new. It also matches the color scheme of the Kraken, which means it can be my octo for that as well.
Regulators come with 2 HP ports now. What in the world do people use 2 HP ports for?
You can sell a 3-way adapter, but the identical connection in a single output swivel is not good? Just curious how you see the difference?Bryan wrote:
Ron,slonda828 wrote:Thanks Greg I need to bone up on my modern diving too a little bit. I didn't even know regulators came with multiple HP ports until yesterday. You have seen a lot of regulators. Have you come across one more complex than the newest mk25/S600? I was thinking maybe Poseidon, but I've never had one apart.
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