ScubaPro MK25 / S600 Scuba Regulator System - 2012 Version 12.971.040 033473-a

Mfg Part #: 12.970.040
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  • Nitrox compatible to 40% (the recreational limits of nitrox)
  • "Diver Adjustable" venturi to prevent unwanted free-flow
  • 360 degree 1st stage swivel
  • Balanced 1st and 2nd stage for superior breathing performance
  • "Diver Adjustable" Airflow
  • Ergonomic safegrip mouthpiece for increased comfort
  • Compact and Lightweight
  • FULL MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY

Customer Reviews for ScubaPro MK25 / S600 Scuba Regulator System - 2012 Version:

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Average Customer Review: based on 1 reviews.

Rating: Good regulator
Reviewer: LEUNG YUN SUM
Nice regulator, Scubapro flagman. DIR compatible. 5-th port really usable for long hose.

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Questions and Answers for ScubaPro MK25 / S600 Scuba Regulator System - 2012 Version:


  • Michael:

    Hi I would like to enquire as to the difference between the A700, S600 and the G250V. Seeing as the price is roughly in the same region. Thank you

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    For more detailed comparisons on equipment please contact our instructors at 800-34SCUBA or info@scuba.com

  • Zeljka:

    Are hose included?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Zelijka, yes the hose going from the regulator to the 1st stage is included.

  • Ray:

    If I buy a first and second stage plus an octo will it all be connected and set up to use when I recieve it?

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Yes one of our instructors will assemble the regulator before it ships.

  • Tom:

    I will be diving in cold water (Puget Sound). Does the 2012 MK25/S600 have a full metal valve housing? Ive heard that would be best for cold water. Also heard the MK17 might be better for cold water.

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Either regulator will work perfectly. Puget Sounds waters aren't considered "cold water" diving for regulator purposes. (I'm from there originally and learned to dive there "a few" years ago). When manufacturers refer to "cold water" for regulators, they are referring to Ice Diving conditions and typically temperatures in the low 40's at the surface.

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