Review of Scubapro Mk25/G250V Scuba Diving Regulator

by Todd
(Saipan)

I would like to give my opinion/review of the Scubapro Mk25/G250V regulator. I love this regulator. I dive 100% warm water and highly recommend it.


Hi Todd,

Thanks for the input. If you have time, we would love to hear more detail about this dive regulator and why you like it so much. Is it easy breathing? Is the mouthpiece comfortable? What is it about this reg that makes it work so well for you?

I checked it out on my partner's website and they carry the Mk25/G250V regulator (will open in a new window).

The regulator doesn't have alot of reviews (there are 3 there) but what they do have is very good. Each reviewer gave the regulator a 5 out of 5. It's a reasonable price ($425) - looks like it would be worth checking out.

Thanks for the input and we would love to hear more.

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