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Pressure regulator that reduces pressurized breathing gas to ambiet pressure, and delivers it to the diver.

Aqua Lung Mikron Octopus

Manufacturer Reference / Part No.: RS125111


Whether you own a Mikron regulator or not, this travel-friendly octopus is the one you want to take on your next dive trip.

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The Mikron Octopus Second Stage Regulator is a Balanced Demand Valve Design The Second Stage has an Adjustment Knob that allows the diver to Optimize-the-Opening Effort In the Mini" Position, the Opening-Effort-is-Increased, this is ideal for avoiding Free Flows at the Surface, in the Maxi" Position, the Inhalation Effort-is-Reduced, Reducing the Work of Breathing The Second Stage is equipped with the Aqua Lung Standard Silicone Mouthpiece that is Comfortable in the Mouth The Regulator Housing, Exhaust Tee, and Adjustment Knob are manufactured from Durable ABS with a Soft High Visibility Polyurethane Cover which provides Easy Identification when experiencing an Out-of-Air Emergency The Mouthpiece, Exhaust Valve and Diaphragm are Silicone The Mikron Octopus is equipped with a 3/8" Threaded Yellow 39" (99 1 cm) Low Pressure Hose and weighs 10 56 oz (299 37 g) Regulator is covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty

The Mikron Octopus is pneumatically balanced to provide top performance
It has an adjustment knob that allows the diver to optimize the opening effort. In the Mini position, the opening effort is increased, which is ideal for avoiding free flows. In the Maxi position, the inhalation effort is reduced, reducing the work of
The reduced size and weight makes the Mikron the ideal choice for children and young adults
39 yellow hose

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