Dec 13

ScubaPro MK25/A700

By Nadia Aly CEO/Founder

Nadia is the CEO of ScubaDiverLife.com . You can find her on Twitter at @DigiTalkVan or email her: Nadia@ScubaDiverLife.com

ScubaPro has been an innovator in the diving industry and has always produced high quality equipment. ScubaPro not only produces quality equipment but its customer service is also legendary, as they go to great lengths to ensure that their customers are rewarded for their loyalty.

The MK25/A700 is one of the most popular diving system sets by ScubaPro; it’s also easily available on the market. This model is famous for its price tag as well as its impressive specifications. The ease and affordability of this durable, efficient product make an irresistible combination for serious diving enthusiasts everywhere.

The MK25 is well-known ScubaPro’s number one, absolutely first-rate first stage piston regulators among even the most demanding of divers. Its make and efficiency are of top quality. With this regulator, a diver can expect to go underwater in deep, narrow and dark oceanic spaces and would be sure to receive plenty of air, even in extreme conditions. As far as the the hose placements, there are 5 low pressure ports while 2 high pressure ports which make your diving experience a pleasurable one.

The A700 is ScubaPro’s gem of a second stage regulator. This regulator underwent three years research and development before its creation, and is regarded as the most technologically advanced regulators on the market today. The air-balanced valve technology features a balancing chamber in the second stage mechanism that minutely offsets the force of downstream air, in order to enter from first stage. Because of this, the reduced spring tension and decreased inhalation resistance allows the diver’s breathing to remain calm and consistent.

The case and the cover of A700 are really beautiful. The hand-crafted manufacturing is joined by the quality and precision that have always been trademarks of ScubaPro products. The case surface features have been designed specifically to optimize the function of each and to get the minutest dimensions and achieve reduced weight. With these requirements in mind, all the various components of these models are made using technologically advanced methods to ensure quality and performance. There are usually 200 different types of operations required to assemble the various parts that make up one case. When all the parts are together, they are hand-soldered by the well experienced artisans. The work is yet not completed; it is finally tested by the strictest standards of ScubaPro and only then is it considered complete and ready for distribution.

Metal is used in the making of these regulators, as metal provides the best thermal exchange possible for the second stage regulator; it also lowers the risk of freezing in cold water. The ScubaPro MK25/A700 diving system is made of chrome regulators which are praised by Sport Diver, Scuba Diving and Dive magazines, and they have earned a rating 93% overall from Dive. According to Dive, this is an amazing regulator and will put the ScubaPro company back in the top seat of the regulator market. No other system can compare to the price, efficiency and technology of the ScubaPro MK25/A700 regulator system.

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