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ScubaPro MK11 / R195 Regulator:
What are the main difference between scubapro mk11 and scubapro mk2. And what would be the best balanced 2nd stage attached to it.
(Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com)
MK 11 is a balanced, higher performing regulator as the MK2 is a standard entry level regulator. The R195 is a good choice.
An extremely reliable and durable system with «all rounder» capabilities in temperate and warm waters. Ideal for beginners travelling to various diving locations. The R195 is a new design based on the heritage of the classic R190 second stage, re-engineered with modern features and materials. The R195 combines a classic downstream valve with a large diaphragm and classic purge button. Its simple and robust construction offers the utmost in reliability and makes the R195 the ideal second stage for new divers and a perfect choice for deco tanks thanks to its reversible hose attachment.
Technical Information MK11 First Stage Balanced diaphragm Chrome plated brass body Cold water: Anti-Freeze protection & Dry chamber Externally adjustable intermediate pressure Low pressure ports: 4 (2 HFP) High pressure ports: 2 Tank connection: INT 230 bar / DIN 300 bar Weight: : INT 230 692g / 24.4oz - DIN 300 470g / 16.6oz Air Flow at 200 bar: >5500 l/min - 195 SCFM Intermediate pressure: 9-9.8 bar / 130-142 psi R195 Second Stage Classic downstream valve Diver-adjustable Venturi-Initiated Vacuum Assist (VIVA) Super-flow hose Super Comfort High Flow mouthpiece Metal valve housing Weight: 198g / 7.0oz Air flow at 200 bar: 1400 l/min - 50 SCFM Maximum low pressure: 14 bar / 203 psi