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aloe

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Re: Scubapro MK25/S600
« Reply #40 on: 13 Feb 12, 16:34 »
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  • What's the diff between a MK25/S600 and a MK/A700?

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    Re: Scubapro MK25/S600
    « Reply #41 on: 13 Feb 12, 20:41 »
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  • What's the diff between a MK25/S600 and a MK/A700?

    A huge amount of money more for a MK25/A700 and in reality not much more performance.

    The A700 looks very blingy if that's your thing... its not a big seller here on Koh Tao because of the price... the S600 still sells very well... match it with a MK25 and it will deliver more air than you will ever need and at any depth.
    A few years ago Scubapro did a test with 100 divers breathing off  1 x MK25 in a swimming pool at a depth of 3 metres and this MK25 delivered air to all 100 divers... very impressive. and has never been surpassed by any other reg out there on the market to date.

    My two pennies worth... and yeah.. i am a Scubapro dealer... although i try not to be too biased ;)

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    Re: Scubapro MK25/S600
    « Reply #42 on: 15 Feb 12, 12:02 »
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  • A huge amount of money more for a MK25/A700 and in reality not much more performance.

    The A700 looks very blingy if that's your thing... its not a big seller here on Koh Tao because of the price... the S600 still sells very well... match it with a MK25 and it will deliver more air than you will ever need and at any depth.
    A few years ago Scubapro did a test with 100 divers breathing off  1 x MK25 in a swimming pool at a depth of 3 metres and this MK25 delivered air to all 100 divers... very impressive. and has never been surpassed by any other reg out there on the market to date.

    My two pennies worth... and yeah.. i am a Scubapro dealer... although i try not to be too biased ;)

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    I agree with planetdry, MK25/A700 is expensive about 20 to 30% extra from the S600 price. For performance wise i think about the same. I just got myself a MK25/S600 i love it so much. After i use it and i try rental gear wow thats alot difference with rental. The flow of air is good. I still haven try it in 30m depth water yet. So i have no comment on breath under 30m haha. But for 15 to 20m is good. So for my opinion Mk25/S600 more then enough for recreational diver.

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