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Over the years the parts have been an issue as well as finding a good technician to work on them. A little more finicky of a reg. We have been servicing them since 1997 and have had a lot of divers sending these regs to us for the quality service. I just had a very pleasant experience dealing with their new distributor. Got parts no problem and fast delivery. When talking to them, they are committed to rebuilding their damaged reputation (parts availability). Hopefully they will be successful with this and my feeling is that they will.
Another option for less bubble interference is the Atomic M1's. They have a wider exhaust which creates less bubble interference. I personally use them and swear by them. Easy to get parts and work on. Anywhere you go in the world, someone should be able to help you out if you needed tec help because they are similar to Scuba Pro.
I still have a Cyklon 300 Poseidon reg circa 1976. It still breathes great. I keep a IP gauge and some tools in my save a dive kit. A good tech knows that the the IP is higher and some parts are a bit hard to come by. The Poseidon regulators are first class.