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MK17 EVO DIN / A700 / R195 / Compact

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Divers who are used to cold waters or hostile environments will appreciate this ideal combination. The A700 is the ideal complement to the MK17, a balanced diaphragm first stage offering a high degree of performance, precisely designed to deal with such conditions.

This pack contains

MK17 EVO Fixing-DIN
x 1
x 1
x 1
Compact pressure gauge
x 1

First stage 

Balanced membrane.

Chrome plated brass body.

Cold water: Frost protection & Dry chamber.

Intermediate pressure adjustable from the outside.

Low pressure ports (LP): 4 (2 HFP).

High Pressure Ports (HP): 2.

Configuration: INT 230 bar / DIN 300 bar.

Weight: INT 230 850g / 30oz - DIN 300 625g / 22oz.

Air flow at 200 bar:> 6500 l / min - 230 SCFM.

Intermediate pressure: 9-9.8 bar / 130-142 psi.

2nd stage

Balanced valve technology.

Coaxial flux.

Adjustment of the inspiration effort by the diver.

VIVA adjustable by the diver (Venturi Initiated Vacuum Assist).

High flow super flow hose.

Very comfortable orthodontic mouthpiece.

Full metal housing.

Valve housing made entirely of metal.

Weight: 265g / 9.3oz.

Air flow at 200 bar: 2000 l / min - 71 SCFM.

Low maximum pressure: 14 bar / 203 psi.

Octopus R195

The R195 is a concept based on the legacy of the legendary R190 second floor but redesigned with more modern features and materials. The R195 is a classic downstream second stage valve with a large diaphragm and a conventional bleed button. Its simple and robust construction offers extreme reliability and makes the R195 the ideal second stage for new divers, as well as the perfect choice for decompression diving, thanks to its reversible hose attachment. 

The octopus version has the same characteristics as the second floor R195 but with a very visible yellow lid and a 1 meter yellow hose easily accessible to share the air.

Compact gauge

The smallest backup instrument: maximum security in the minimum volume. Includes a scale from 0 to 400 bar that adapts to 200 and 300 bar technologies with a red zone between 50 and 0 bar to increase safety.

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