I have Cressi Ellipse Balanced MC9 regulator. What size do I need? There is no this model in the listing.
STEPHANIE L we have scuba pro and an old Mares so no help here, but we called the manufacture of SeaCure, we got the phone number from the Leisure Pro staff, and they were happy to provide the correct model number. I suppose they, SeaCure, have a website with phone number or email also
JANOC M I recently purchased this mouthpiece for my Cressi Ellipse MC5. According to the seacure site the correct size for any Cressi Ellipse model is a size 1 (snug fit) and according to the documentation included in the package it should be size 2. Don't even bother with a size 1, I almost broke my finger attempting to put it on. Size 2 was really hard, so hard that I had to soften the whole thing a bit in hot water so it would fit but, that's only me, because I lack patience. According to Seacure you shouldn't do that but at least for me -so far, so good. My recommendation would be to measure the aperture on your regulator and look for the size. Hope this helps.
WILFREDO O I recomend that you go to their website and check the right size. They have a table with the description.
RONALD D I believe you need a size I. The Seacure web site has a sizing chart. www (dot) seacure1 (dot) com
ELIZABETH V Go with the size 1. On Seacure's website they say to use size 1 but it will be a tight fit
Marilyn S You need #1. It will be a tight fit.
GUY M Check out the seacure web site, they have a comprehensive size chart.
Looks like the Ellipse is a Seacure 1 with a snug fit. This means you're going to have to jam it in there.