Does this connect to DIN or Yoke?
JACOB C The DC2 212 I have is a yoke. When I asked Leisure Pro they said they only carry the yoke version. Hollis does list the DC2 212 on there web site as available in both configurations
DAVID P I bought the yoke model, but they sell both DIN and yoke.
MICHAEL J M Mine came as a yoke, but the one in this link is a DIN, if you go by the picture. Better contact LP to make sure...
ANDREW G It depends on which one you pick When you check out. But think about it before you buy the YOKE if you live in the U.S. I would get the DIN like I did and just get the YOKE converter, if you leave the U.S. you will almost certainly have to use a DIN tank. So just avoid the hassle of having a shop convert your first stage and get the DIN then a yoke converter you can just screw on. Problem solved and it only cost you like $30-$35 once for the converter. Another thing while I'm at it this thing will free flow like crazy at shallow depth if you have it set to dive and as sensitive as it can be so don't turn it all the way over for the first 15-20 ft. Crazy easy breathing though
JOSEPH M Yoke. I believe they sell an adaptor
RANDY K Of you click on select type it will give you the choice. Both are available.
RANDY K The ad should probably specify. If it does not I would assume yoke since 95% of American sold regulators are yoke. If you get the wrong one I'm sure they'll replace it no questions asked.
THOMAS P You can get the first stage in either a DIN or Yoke. I got mine with a DIN first stage and purchased a Yoke adapter. I have the best of both worlds. Great regulator!
JOHN R The DC212 I ordered has a DIN fitting, however on the leisure pro site there is a the same regulator with a yoke fitting.