Cressi Sub Elipse Titanium Scuba Regulators – Dive Regulator

May 18, 2016 - Comment

The Ellipse Titanium second stage regulator features a breakthrough patented designthat utilizes an elliptical shape which allows for use of a larger diaphragm, resulting in lessbreathing effort. This truly unique regulator features the diving industrys lightest second stage.Lightweight, yet very durable, the Ellipse utilizes high impact thermo plastic materials in conjunction with ultra lightweight titanium

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(as of April 29, 2017 5:11 am UTC - Details)

The Ellipse Titanium second stage regulator features a breakthrough patented designthat utilizes an elliptical shape which allows for use of a larger diaphragm, resulting in lessbreathing effort. This truly unique regulator features the diving industrys lightest second stage.Lightweight, yet very durable, the Ellipse utilizes high impact thermo plastic materials in conjunction with ultra lightweight titanium components.The Ellipse is a perfect diving regulator which is designed to meet the high performance requirements of the technical diver as well as the demanding needs of the cold-water diver.Balanced diaphragm – The Cressi-sub balanced diaphragm 1st stage is small, lightweight andversatile. It features an environmentally sealed design with four low-pressure and two high-pressure ports perfectly positioned, allowing for proper alignment of hoses. Consistent airflow at all depths and all tank pressures is insured as a result of its unique high flow design.

Product Features

  • New Valve Design
  • Reduced Mechnical Friction
  • Modular Component is easily Replaceable
  • Hinged Cover Assembly with locking cam
  • Titanium Inserts

Comments

Nick Jaeger says:

Excellent, Lightweight Regulator PRICE: The first thing to notice about this regulator is that, on sale, it’s significantly cheaper than most of the mid to high quality regulators on the market. When I was renting gear for scuba diving on my first 10-15 dives, I was using a Mares Abyss regulator that runs about $500.WEIGHT: This Cressi is much lighter than the Mares and breathes exactly the same, if not a little better. The weight is obviously due to the plastic vs metal construction between the two. Don’t be…

Kristian Karlsson says:

Enjoyable diving experience Just finished a set of dives in St Lucia with my brand new Cressi reg and I loved every moment of it. Having rented gear for years I finally opted for buying my own stuff. Especially a regulator since that is really you main life line when diving. I have seen some scary rental gear over the years so buying my own has always been on the wish list. This regulator breathes easy, does not leak or slurp when swimming upside down in the water. It has a venturi controller which limits freeflowing when…

Chris W. says:

horrible experience with Joe Diver and Cressi Everything about this purchase from Joe Driver was wrong. When I orginally made the order I was told that they had the Cressi Titanium Reg was in stock. After they checked I was told that they had to get in from Cressi. I waited weeks for my Reg. I was given the option to cancel my order. This is where I went wrong.When I got Reg the hose was too short so I ordered a MyFlex hose. The Reg would leak out air if I turned my head to the left. When I kept my head straight it worked…

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