There’s no doubt that when you’re shopping for a scuba diving regulator, safety and reliability are crucial. So if you’re looking for a new regulator, then it’s always a good idea to check out some scuba regulator reviews and rating before you make your final decision.
You see, when you’re shopping it’s very easy to be confused by advertising and what each company is promising you.
But, if you can get your hands on some reviews provided by real divers that are based on their own experiences, then you are always going to be in a better position to buy the Scuba Regulator that meets your needs.
However, going through all of these reviews can be time-consuming and exhausting at times.
Don’t sweat thou, I have done most of the work for you. I have read many scuba regulator reviews and ratings by other divers, and have compile them in my very own easy to read and understand reviews.
Below are some to the regulator I have reviewed, they are arranged by brand. Hope you find them useful in trying to find the right reg.
Mares Scuba Regulator Reviews
- The Mares Abyss 22 regulator has a rich history of performance and reliability, and a lighter first version stage and a softer and lighter hose makes an already great regulator even better. It’s minimalist and lightweight, balanced diaphragm first stage is complemented by the responsive second stage to offer the highest in performance any diver ... Read more about this Regulator
- The Rover 12S regulator is a balanced diaphragm entry level regulator From Mares. It is a go-to regulator for many dive centers and beginner divers looking for a simple but reliable regulator that offers exceptional breathing performance. Share this:TweetMoreEmailPrintShare on TumblrPocket Read more about this Regulator
Sherwood Scuba Regulator Reviews
- As the name implies the Blizzard was specifically designed for cold water diving. The first stage of the Blizzard is environmentally sealed to help prevent it components from freezing up. The second stage also has a heat sink that trap the heat of your exhalation to warm internal parts. Share this:TweetMoreEmailPrintShare on TumblrPocket Read more about this Regulator
- The Brut is Sherwood’s entry level regulator. It is a favorite for beginner divers and dive centers all over the world because of it rugged durability and reliability. The Brut just got a complete make over, with a new look and some new features. Share this:TweetMoreEmailPrintShare on TumblrPocket Read more about this Regulator
Scubapro Regulator Reviews
- The Scubapro Mk25/S600 is consider to be one of the best scuba regulator on the market today, and was scuba lab tester choice in 2010. It pairs scubapros best performing balanced piston first stage with their most popular balanced second stage. Because of the adjustable capability of the s600 it is the perfect match ... Read more about this Regulator
- Diving in cold water require special equipment, and none more important than your scuba regulator. It is literally your lifeline underwater and as such should be able to withstand the effects of diving in such a harsh environment. So, today we are going to look at a regulator specifically designed to coop with these conditions, the Scubapro ... Read more about this Regulator
- The MK 2 has been around for decades, this is Scubapro’s entry level regulator and can be found in my dive centers and resort as a training regulator due to it’s reliability and ease of maintenance. This reg is perfect for diving at recreational diving limits in worm tropical weather. Share this:TweetMoreEmailPrintShare on TumblrPocket Read more about this Regulator
Cressi Regulator Review
- The Cressi Balanced MC9 regulator pairs their hyper-balance MC9 with their balance Ellipse second stage producing their best performing regulator that would match any high-end regulator for a fraction of the cost. Share this:TweetMoreEmailPrintShare on TumblrPocket Read more about this Regulator