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Scubapro MK17/A700 Regulator, DIN

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  • Trusted DIN Combination for Cold & Murky Waters
  • Performance Built All Metal Casing & Valve Housing
  • Environmentally Sealed System
  • More Breathing Sensitivity from Larger Diaphragm
  • 2nd Stage Air-Balanced Valve Technology

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Scubapro MK17/A700 Regulator, DIN Customer Reviews

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Great Regulator

By Master R.

I Manage a Large rock quarry for the Southeast largest dive Org. Diving in cold water is a day to day operation for me. Temps as low as 16 deg F. I dove the Mares Proton Ice for years.Only problem with it was when it was really cold above water it sometimes would "CREEP" air.Without an adjustable second stage, you just had too live with it.On this MK17 A700 you can adjust that out.This thing breathes great and works like a HORSE! The first stage is sealed and gets no crud in it.I own 7 complete regs sets and this is the best.


Truly this is an awsome reg


This is really an awsome setup from scubapro. I do alot of recovery work in quarries, rivers, lakes, ponds, etc... What I love most about this setup is that it's easy breathing in any position like rigging equipment often you find yourself on your back, upside down don't matter. My only complaint is the hose it came with is a bit short and stiff, so I fitted my A700 with an omni swivel and a Miflex hose. Turned out to be a totally great setup. In the water the A700 feels waightless no tugging or pulling. It's almost like it's not even their.

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Is this available in the black tec finish?
A shopper on Aug 12, 2013
BEST ANSWER: No, this is not available in the Black Tec.
Hi. Is this a 300 bar DIN or 200 bar DIN?
A shopper on Feb 6, 2012
BEST ANSWER: I is a 200Bar din connection. You will need the adapter to go from 200 bar to 300 bar if that is what the tank valve is. part number for that item is

ScubaPro "300 bar" Din Conversion Kit for MK16, MK18, MK20 & MK25