XS Scuba Seaair Tri-Metal Regulator RG200 033168

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'Scuba Lab Testers Choice and Best Buy!'
  • Exceeds US Navy Class "A" standards
  • Nitrox Compatible to 40% (The Recreational Limits of Nitrox)
  • Tri-Metal design using state of the art material
    Titanium, Stainless Steel and Brass for the ultimate performance
  • Balanced lightweight 1st and 2nd stages
  • Designed for extreme depths
  • "Diver Adjustable" Airflow
  • Increased performance with less breathing effort
  • Oversized purge button is extremely easy to use, even with heavy gloves
  • Orthodontic mouthpiece to alleviate jaw fatigue by easing bite needed to hold regulator
  • 360 degree 1st stage swivel

And the reviews are in:
"The Outer Limits of Regulator Performance"
- Scuba Lab Special Report on Muscle Regs 

Customer Reviews for XS Scuba Seaair Tri-Metal Regulator:

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Average Customer Review: based on 16 reviews.

Rating: Good purchase
Reviewer: Gregory R.  -  View all my reviews
I am a warm water sport diver so I am not going to really challenge a regulator. Very happy with second stage. Adjustment is nice and breaths very easy. Possible to forget you are on a reg and let it slip. Bubbles are diverted away from mask and do not interfere with macro photography. First stage hose routing is forward on horizontal plane which tends to challenge the upper position strap on my AquaLung Axiom I3 BCD causing me to position tank a bit lower than if hose routing was in vertical plane Not a big deal but my daughters Mares seems easier to deal with. Overall very happy with high quality finish and comfortable breather. Unless you spend the $ for titanium there is not much room for improvement.

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25 out of 41 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Good reg
Reviewer: Shawn Lonsfjord  -  View all my reviews
I was pleased with the easy draw of the Seaair Tri. My air consumption noticeably lowered with its use. I noticed no free-flow in 6 daays of diving. The flow adjustment is a nice addition, although I really felt no need to either restrict or increase the airflow setting on dives down to 135". I did play with it though & found it worked adequately. I would highly recommend this set-up.

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470 out of 965 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Try the Tri Metal
Reviewer: Douglas Sourbeer
This regulator has a swivel body which helps with hose placement or setup. Also there ar 4 Lp ports and 2 Hp ports. I used this with the Seaair secondary in 51 degree F at 65 ft and found it very comfortable. A few minutes and you forget its there. Easy to recommend expecially at the price.

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436 out of 832 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Sweet breather
Reviewer: David Martin  -  View all my reviews
This reg got high marks from scuba labs and it is no wonder. Dry in virtually any position the reg breaths easy on both shallow and deep dives. The adjustable air flow is there and works well if you want to tune it to depth. Or just set it and forget it and it will still breath easy. A bargain for the price compared to other regs.

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558 out of 1077 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Great regulator
Reviewer: Beau Rampey  -  View all my reviews
this is the first regulator i have owned. i have tried many regulators both from other people and rentals as well. this regulator feels very solid and breathes easily. i live in santa barbara california, and here most of the retail shops sell aqualung titan regs, or atomic regulators. i absolutely dislike aqualung regulators which ive used many times on rental. they have a cheap toy feel to them. the atomic regulators usualy have a kind of ball socket between the second stage hose and second stage regulator which makes it more comfortable in your mouth. they are highly rated, however, they breath the same as an xs tri-metal and have a less comfortable mouthpiece and cost almost 3x more money. my only complaint on the xs scuba trimetal regulator is that the adjustment knob is strange, and has been unpredictaby taken in sand on some of my beach dives. this regulator definetly is well built and performs like many high priced regulators.

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Rating: Quality... at a price you can afford.
Reviewer: David Kaplar
This regulator works with me to control my breathing... and gain more bottom time. I didnt want to spend alot of money because I only dive during lobster season... but I needed a new one after 18 years with my first regulator. The technology has improved quite a bit... it is easy to hold in my mouth... and easy to breath those long, slow, relaxed breaths... I didnt feel like I was fighting it. More bottom time means more lobster in the pot on the stove.

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442 out of 865 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Breathin Easy!
Reviewer: Brian Olson Instructor
One of the easiest breathing regs I have ever used! This unit has a diver-adjustable air-flow which cuts down on free-flow, but allows you to breathe at depth like youre still standing on the deck. The swivel at the first stage allows for ease of movement with no jaw fatigue. It also has Five low pressure ports and Two high pressure ports which means that this regulator can be configured as a primary with a drysuit hose or as a stand-alone pony bottle reg. This regulator performs as well as much more expensive models for half the price.

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465 out of 960 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Excellent value
Reviewer: Erik Uner  -  View all my reviews
Bought one for me and one for my wife. We have used them on a 1 week trip in Belize. Both units worked great with no problems. I would highly recommend these regulators, they are a great value.

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424 out of 847 people found this review helpful.

Rating: very nice reg
Reviewer: aaron p.  -  View all my reviews
this is my first reg and I like it very much. easy to breathe through, and a reasonable price.

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508 out of 983 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Great Reg!
Reviewer: Jennifer Williams  -  View all my reviews
I absolutely love this regulator! It works awesome, so easy to breath, and also a great price. I read the Scuba Lab reviews and was convinced this was the one for me. Highly Recommended!

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Questions and Answers for XS Scuba Seaair Tri-Metal Regulator:

  • George:

    Hello, I was wondering what regulators are the best for under $400.00. My instructor also said I need a second on just incase this one fails and he says the second ones are not that much money. Also I was wondering about a diving watch for air and so on. I am trying to save some money so could you help me on this. Thank you, George

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello George, the regulator I would suggest for you is the Genesis GS2000 Scuba Regulator web link: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-34/033165/Genesis-GS2000-Scuba-Regulator.html. Then for the octo I would suggest the XS Scuba Airwave Scuba Octo web link: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-33/035252/XS-Scuba-Airwave-Octopus.html. Then you are still under your $400 budget. If you would like to place an order or have any other questions please feel free to give us a call at 1.800.347.2822.

  • Luis:

    Hi, are the hoses included or I need to buy them separately? Thank you.

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The hose for the 1st and 2nd stage is included.

  • Lawman:

    Hello. My brother asked me to buy him a diving regulator for his birthday. I want to get him an all around good/safe regulator. Is there one that fits this description for around $200 - $500? He scuba dives a few times a year. Thanks. Lawman

    Kevin  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    For information on alternate items please contact our instructors at info@scuba.com

  • KYLE:

    The product description says the 300-bar DIN adapter is available. I found something on Amazon and not sure if its the correct one. Do you guys carry this product?

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

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RG200 - SeaAir Tri-Metal

Extreme Performance

The SeaAir Tri-Metal regulator provides the performance of today’s most expensive regulators, yet was voted “Best Value in Regulators” by Scuba Diving magazine. Manufactured from stainless steel, aluminum and brass, the SeaAir uses the metal best suited for the job. Factory cleaned and ready for pre-blended Nitrox up to 40% oxygen. Engineered to deliver the most air at all diving depths, and with just a simple turn of the adjustment control knob, you can quickly de-tune or fine tune the second stage.


Muscle Reg Winner
-Scuba Diving Magazine (Nov '05)
Best Value In Regulators
-Scuba Diving Magazine (Dec '05)
Beyond the limits
Exceeds all US Navy Class 'A' Standards
'Tester's Choice' - Scuba Diving Magazine
300 bar DIN adapter available
Cold water boot available
First Stage:

Balanced, high-performance, proven design
Flow-thru, 316 stainless steel piston
360º low pressure swivel
2 high pressure and 5 low pressure ports
Second Stage:

Pneumatically balanced for performance at all diving depths
Diver adjustable control knob
Marine brass, low pressure tube
Large bore, adjustable orifice
Quick acting, stainless steel spring
Large oval exhaust valve for minimal exhalation effort
Chambered exhaust tee directs bubbles away your face
Limited lifetime warranty - See owner's manual for details

It is important to provide the proper preventative maintenance in order to ensure the maximum performance and life of your regulator. The following procedures should be performed routinely after each use to ensure that the regulator is cleaned, inspected and prepared for the next use or for storage.
1. When the regulator is removed from the SCUBA cylinder valve, it is important that the dust cap or protector cap is installed over the first stage regulator inlet fitting or threaded DIN connector. This is critical to prevent the entrance of moisture into the first-stage. This cap or protector is normally attached to the first stage regulator and may therefore be wet. Wipe or blow the cap or protector completely dry before securing it over the inlet fitting or threaded DIN connector.
2. As soon as possible after diving, the regulator should be rinsed thoroughly with clean fresh water while attached to a cylinder and pressurized with air.
3. Rinsing alone will not sufficiently clean the regulator properly. To clean the regulator as thoroughly as possible, it should be soaked in warm (not over 120º F) tap water.
a. The preferred method is to attach the regulator to a charged SCUBA cylinder, open the cylinder valve to pressurize the regulator, and thoroughly soak both the first and second stages. Pressurizing the regulator will effectively prevent moisture or contamination from entering the regulator while it is soaking. While the regulator is soaking, depress the second stage purge button several times to agitate the water inside the second stage. This will help loosen any mineral deposits that may have adhered to internal components. You should also turn the adjustment knob (SeaAir only) several times to loosen any mineral deposits that may have settled around the shaft. Agitate the entire second stage regulator while submerged to allow the warm water to flow in and out of the housing, this will further loosen any mineral deposits and help flush them out. Also agitate the first stage regulator to ensure water has entered the ambientwater ports. If the regulator is equipped with an alternate air source, gauge console, and inflator hose, soak these and agitate as needed.
b. If soaking the regulator while pressurized is not feasible, it may be soaked unpressurized. Be sure the dust cap or DIN protector cap is secure over the first stage inlet or threaded connector. DO NOT depress the purge button or turn the adjustment knob or lever while regulator is submerged.
NOTE: When soaking or rinsing the SeaAir regulator unpressurized, check to ensure that the second-stage adjustment knob is turned completely 'in' (clockwise) to prevent moisture from entering the valve and LP hose.
CAUTION: DO NOT depress the purge button, loosen the first stage yoke screw, or turn the second stage adjustment knob all the way 'out' (SeaAir model) if the regulator is submerged unpressurized. Doing so will allow water to enter, and will require that the regulator be returned to an Authorized XS Scuba Dealer for service.
4. If regulator has been soaking in water, remove the regulator and cylinder from the water bath and wipe the regulator as dry as possible. Next, depressurize the regulator by turning the cylinder valve hand wheel off (clockwise). While looking at the submersible pressure gauge face, depress the purge button, continue to depress the purge button until the gauge reads zero and air flow can no longer be heard. Remove the regulator from the cylinder valve.
5. If the regulator is to be stored for a long period, it is good practice to wipe the hoses and rubber gauge boot with a light film of non-aerosol silicone grease, using a soft cloth.
6. The SeaAir regulator should be stored with the knob or lever turned all the way out. This will help extend the life of the low pressure seat.
7. When the regulator is completely dry, store it in a clean equipment box or sealed in a plastic bag. DO NOT store it where it may be exposed to excessive heat or near an electrical motor, which produces ozone. Prolonged exposure to extreme heat, ozone, chlorine, and ultraviolet rays can cause premature degradation of rubber parts and components.
8. Never store the regulator while it is still attached to a cylinder.
9. DO not use any type of solvent or petroleum based substances to clean or lubricate any part of the regulator. DO not expose any part of the regulator to aerosol sprays as some aerosol propellants attack or degrade rubber and plastic materials.
DO NOT attempt to perform any disassembly or service of your regulator. Doing so may cause the regulator to malfunction, and will render the XS Scuba warranty null and void. All service must be performed by an Authorized XS Scuba Dealer.

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