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I have been told that the sherwood blizzard is the best cold water reg.
Some say the scubapro Mk 17 is almost unfreezable, Which would be the best over all.
Or is there Somthing better?
I want somthing that will breathe well in ice cold conditions as well as tropics.
While the Abyss is a great cold water regulator. You should not over look this latest introduction by Mares, for extreme cold water diving. http://mares.com/product_detail.php?id=61®ion=USA, The enviornmentally sealed 1st stage, and technofluoropolymer coated 2nd stage create a regulator that virtually eliminates the possiblity of freezing up. This is the only regulator on the Navy ANU list that encompasses both cold and warm water. A superior breathing reg in all conditions. Good luck,
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