About Aeris A2 Regulator with 30" (76.2 cm) MaxFlex Braided Hose

The ultimate performance to value ratio, the A2 Regulator is a great performer at a great price. Both the 1st and 2nd stages are low-profile, durable and lightweight. It has one high pressure port and four low pressure ports to accommodate most hose arrangements. The 1st and 2nd stage designs are easy to maintain and service, and are known by divers and technicians worldwide. The first stage is manufactured from marine grade chrome plated brass and utilizes a non-balanced flow-by piston design and weighs 26 oz (737 g).

AERIS regulators are exclusively designed using the latest 3-D computer modeling techniques. This allows us the ability to model and test performance while still in the early stages of development. The A2's second stage unique deflector vane and housing design diverts airflow from the valve directly to the mouthpiece, producing smooth venturi-assisted inhalation.

The A2's housing is made from an ABS/Polycarbonate composite blend of materials making the A2 both extremely rugged and lightweight, weighing 6 oz (170 g) and nearly neutrally buoyant underwater, reducing jaw fatigue on extended dives. The extremely lightweight cover ring is machined from a solid piece of aircraft aluminum, and then hard anodized, utilizing a unique process to prevent corrosion. The A2 has a small profile with a front diameter of 2.9" (7.4 cm), and now comes with a 30" (76.2 cm) MaxFlex Hose which is a lightweight, flexible, braided hose designed to outperform and outlive traditional rubber hoses. To further reduce jaw fatigue, the A2 features a patented Orthodontic Mouthpiece, designed to accommodate the natural overbite of the human jaw. The A2 is classified as being suitable for use with nitrox breathing gas mixtures containing up to 40% oxygen by volume without the need for special preparation, cleaning or component parts. Like all Aeris regulators, the A2 comes with a 24 month limited warranty.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Aeris A2 Regulator with 30" (76.2 cm) MaxFlex Braided Hose Features

  • First Stage Features:
  • Non-Balance Flow-By Piston First Stage
  • Nitrox Compatible to 40%
  • 4 LP Ports, 1 HP Ports
  • Marine Grade Chromed Brass Material
  • Weighs 26 oz (737 g)
  • Second Stage Features:
  • Downstream Demand Valve
  • Deflector Vane and Housing Design for Venturi-Assist
  • Patented Orthodontic Mouthpiece
  • Diameter 2.9" (7.4 cm) and Weighs 6 oz (170 g)
  • ABS/Polycarbonate Composite with Anodized Aluminum Ring
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty

Aeris A2 Regulator with 30" (76.2 cm) MaxFlex Braided Hose Specifications

1'St Stage Type
Non-Balanced Flow-By Piston
Lp Ports
4
Hp Ports
1
Nitrox Compatible
Yes
2'Nd Stage Type
Downstream Demand Valve
Materials
1'St Stage: Chromed Brass, 2'Nd Stage: Abs/Polycarbonate Composite, Anodized Aluminum
Hose Thread
3/8"
Hose Length
30" (76.2 Cm)
Total Weight
32 Oz (907 G) W/O Hose
Mfr #
SKU
AERA1R

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        5.0

        great so far

        By Da Wrecker

        from St.Anthony,NL.Canada

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              Comments about Aeris A2 Regulator with 30" (76.2 cm) MaxFlex Braided Hose:

              I bought this regulator in a package to try and save a few bucks.I am diving in 32 degree water in the north atlantic.Twelve dives so far with this setup and i haven't had any problems.

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              • Open Water Diving

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              4.0

              Great Reg

              By Niky

              from Rochester, NY

              About Me Technical Diver

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              Pros

              • Comfortable
              • Effortless Breathing
              • Nitrox Compatible

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                • Cold Water
                • Warm Water

                Comments about Aeris A2 Regulator with 30" (76.2 cm) MaxFlex Braided Hose:

                Bought this as my first reg and it came in a set. I have to say for the price its a pretty easy breathing reg. You do notice it getting a little tougher down around 100ft or so but for the money its what you would expect. Didn't find it to be to hard on jaw fatigue as i've used it for about a dozen dives now. I've used it in colder water (53 degrees) and it worked well. All in all a great reg for the money.

                • Diving Type:
                • Night Diving, Open Water Diving

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                4.0

                Nice Reg for the Price

                By James

                from Oahu

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                Pros

                • Adjustable
                • Effortless Breathing

                Cons

                • Causes Jaw Fatigue

                Best Uses

                • Warm Water

                Comments about Aeris A2 Regulator with 30" (76.2 cm) MaxFlex Braided Hose:

                I really like this reg. Its easy breathing. The two issues I have with it though is that I got extreme jaw fatigue, and the air hose seems kind of short for me. I wasnt able to turn my head all the way to the left without resistance. I think that the major cause of the jaw fatigue is that it was my first time diving with this reg and there was MAJOR current that we were fighting on that day.

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                • Drift Diving, Open Water Diving, Wreck Diving

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                Shopper  Regulator weight?
                JEFF S  never thought about weight... but not any different then other good systems...
                Mohammed A  Will the A1 din conversion kit fit on the first stage of the A2?
                Frank L  Yes, it will work, just the finish will be slightly different.
                Joey B  does this first stage have dvt?
                Joe S  No it does not.
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