Commonly used for cold water, extremem depths, recreation, warm water and more, it is most used used by those customers who consider themselves to be a advanced, advanced diver, beginner among many others. It is popular because of the following qualities - adjustable, comfortable, effortless breathing, nitrox campatible. Equipped with a two year limited warranty, it is a DFC system which minimises the immediate pressure drop that is known to occur in all the regulators during the phase of inhalation. The DFC system also reduces the breathing effort along with inhalation resistance, especially during deep dives and under high flow air flow conditions. Moreover, the Mares Abyss also comes with an user manual.
The regulator that beats every record, now even lighter Abyss gained its reputation for reliability by setting many diving records, such as the deepsolo-dive to -313m and 101 divers breathing simultaneously for 40min from a single MR22 first stage. Our tradition for excellence keeps on evolving due to our new engineering and design.
All current in line Mares Regulators are compatible up to 40% Oxygen (EAN 40) right out of the box.
• Record-setting performance
• Lighter new version of the most famous Mares first stage
• Softer and lighter new hose
|Regulator Configuration||Regulator 1st & 2nd Stage w- Hose|
|Regulator Special Features||Balanced 1st Stage, Venturi 2nd Stage|
First stage: Balanced diaphragm design
Lightweight yoke: No
First stage weight (g) INT: 803
First stage weight (g) DIN300: 616
First stage weight (g) NX: 656
Second stage weight (g): 269
Total weight (g) INT: 1230
Total weight (g) DIN300: 1040
Total weight (g) NX: 1083
Second stage dimension: Compact
Oil/Dry cold water kit: Oil
HP Ports: 2 HP 7/16" UNF ports
LP Ports: 1 LP ½" UNF ports (primary), 3 LP 3/8" UNF ports
Inhale pressure: 9.85
Inhale pos pressure: 3.45
Exhale pressure: 9.06
Ext work breathing: 0.92
Inhale work: 0.27
Pos inhale work: 0.02
Exhale work: 0.65
Pressure depth: diagram at 50m (165ft)
Pressure diagram: 216
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