This model has been designed mainly for use in cold water
The MC7 diaphragm first stage comes with the standard issue antifreeze kit and the second stage is identical to the one used in the Ellipse Titanium
The first stage of the Ellipse Alaska is the already famous and excellent Cressi MC7 model balanced diaphragm It comes with the antifreeze kit, which provides an additional waterproof chamber, to screw onto the end of the first stage This chamber ends with a silicon diaphragm on the outside that seals off the inside from contact with water, while still transmitting any pressure variation to the inner organs, thanks to the flexibility of the material
The antifreeze kit is composed of two main parts, both made from strong chrome-plated brass There is a mushroom element inside, made from acetylic resin, which connects the external diaphragm to the internal one
The use of the antifreeze kit completely eliminates any water seepage into the external part of the first stage, so not only does itprevent the formation of ice in this area, but it also prevents the formation of deposits and incrustations on the diaphragm and on the spring
This provides considerable advantages for divers working in mineral-rich water or with lots of suspension (archaeological sites, port works, caving etc )
The Cressi-Sub Ellipse Alaska Titanium/MC7 Regulator is commonly used for Cold Water, Warm Water and more. The Cressi-Sub Ellipse Alaska Titanium/MC7 Regulator is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Recreational Diver among others. The Cressi-Sub Ellipse Alaska Titanium/MC7 Regulator is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Cressi-Sub Ellipse Alaska Titanium/MC7 Regulator: Comfortable, Effortless breathing, Nitrox Compatible.
This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.