Mares Rover 15X

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Mares Rover 15X

360.00 460.00

The Mares Rover 15X Regulator is made for the frequent diver who demands reliability and performance. Airflow is maintained by the Dynamic Flow Control port which maximises gas delivery by minimising interstage pressure drop. The 15X Rover regulator is your reliable work horse that will keep going for years to come.

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FEATURES

  • ACT Valve
  • Dynamic Flow Control
  • Fluid Dynamic Deflector
  • Vortex Assisted Design

SPECIFICATIONS

Total weight (g) INT: 1117g
Total weight (g) DIN300: 943g

The Mares Rover 15X Regulator is made for the frequent diver who demands reliability and performance. Airflow is maintained by the Dynamic Flow Control port which maximises gas delivery by minimising interstage pressure drop. The 15X Rover regulator is your reliable work horse that will keep going for years to come.

Simple and Easy

Mares have made the Rover and 15X to deliver great performance straight out of the box so there is no need for breathing adjustment knobs. The 15X 1st stage has an Advanced Coating Technology on the valve which increases the durability by 600% so your 2nd stage won't creep, even with extreme use.

ACT Valve

The new valve in the 15X 1st stage has advanced coating technology that increases durability by 600% for constant long lasting performance. Standard valves can bed in over time and end up leaking if not serviced regularly or used too often but the 15X is made to be used every day and keep up with the demand.

Vortex Assisted Design

Unlike many other 2nd stage designs the airflow enters the 2nd stage body via a bypass tube that conveys the air towards the mouthpiece creating a vortex in the process. This vortex creates a low pressure area in the centre that keeps the diaphragm down for very sensitive breathing response.