The Mares XR 25X First Stage Regulator is a 1st stage with single sided ports for sidemount stages with optimum hose routing. Ports on one side of the 1st stage allow you to route all of your hoses downwards for a DIR setup. Extremely reliable the balanced diaphragm design is machined from a single piece of nickle-plated marine brass with an ACT Valve for enhanced lifespan.
The port configuration also works perfectly with deco stages so all the hoses route straight down the cylinder to reduce snagging or damaging hoses whilst leaving the valves clutter free for access.
The Mares XR 25X First Stage Regulator is extremely reliable and environmentally sealed — great for keeping out water. With an interchangeable Left or Right port design to offer perfect SPG instrument positioning.
Mares XR 25X First Stage Regulator Features
- Full metal body
- Nickel-plated marine brass
- Compact, solid one-piece body
- Balanced diaphragm - DFC
- New ACT valve - Advanced coating technology
- Dry cold water kit
- DIN only
- Trimix, Heliox, Helitrox
- 2 LP ports (3/8" UNF) all angled downward
- 1 HP port (IPD: Interchangeable Port Design) powered (7/16" UNF)
- Extreme reliability – Highest safety
- Maximized breathing comfort
- Extreme depth, engaged dives and Mixed gas diving (Helium, O2, Nitrogen)
- Perfect LP hoses positioning – no useless port - Offering perfect, snag free hose positioning
- For twinset use but equally suitable for single or stage cylinder configurations
- IPD: Interchangeable Port Design concept for HP
- Dual configuration: fits all certifying agencies from RSTC to DIR divers and all XR uses including cave
- Minimised risk of accidental snagging + no hose kinking + easier access to the manifold valves
- Environmental dry system = keeps water out of the main spring chamber + prevents ice buildup + keeps silt and contamination out
- Cold water resistant
Note: This item cannot be delivered outside of Australia.
Order In Item:
This is not a regularly stocked item in our Rye dive shop. It will be ordered for you from the Australian supplier, typically resulting in a 3-4 day delay.