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January

Atomic Aquatics M1 Scuba Regulator Review

Written by Dive Gear Reviews Editor. Comments Off on Atomic Aquatics M1 Scuba Regulator Review Posted in: Over $500, Scuba Regulators

The M1 scuba regulator from Atomic Aquatics is designed for both recreational and technical diving use, making it a sound choice for the diver who wants to invest in a regulator that has room to grow. Using parts made from Zirconium coated-brass, 316 stainless steel, titanium and Monel, a special alloy noted for its durability and resistance to corrosion, the M1 regulator comes with a thermal heat sink and a depth-activated venturi, which self-adjusts at depth to guard against free-flow incidents. It comes with two HP ports and five LP ports, so mounting plenty of gear should pose no problem. The swivel set-up of the first stage makes putting the regulator on double tanks a snap. The M1 is 50% Nitrox compatible, and scored high on breathing machine tests. That makes it a tough, reliable reg well-suited to cold water and tech use, but at a price that puts it in the same category as most high-end recreational regulators. Leisure Pro users rated it with an astounding 5 Flags, which is all the more startling as the company did not carry the regulator at the time of publication!

Average Price: $700