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August

Scubapro Mk11/C300 Scuba Regulator Review

Written by Dive Gear Reviews Editor. Comments Off on Scubapro Mk11/C300 Scuba Regulator Review Posted in: Between $251-$500, Scuba Regulators


Scubapro’s Mk11/C300 regulator system is aimed at providing top notch performance in the recreational diving range in a package light and compact enough for travel. Part of how it achieves this is by placing its hose ports on a three-tiered system. The first stage has the usual 4 LP ports, but two of those ports are designed to deliver 15% more air than the typical LP port. If a diver hooks his second stage and octopus up to those two ports, the result is better breathing performance, as demonstrated by the regulator’s high breathing machine scores. The first stage also has 2 HP ports and a diaphragm to prevent the entry of water and contaminants.

The C300 second stage is lightweight, redesigned over previous Scubapro mouthpieces for better exhaust flow, and features both an inhalation control knob and an anti-scratch cover. The regulator is also nitrox-compatible.

Average Price: $450