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xDeep just released their regulator

Discussion in 'Regulators' started by LFMarm, Apr 28, 2021.

  1. drakcheslav

    drakcheslav Contributor

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    So I've had my first dive with the regs.

    And all I can say is, the ease of breathing is incredible.
    and the smoothness.

    Also, the compactness of the first stage makes it a breeze to set it up.

    I went down to 30m, no change in feeling in breathing. I was diving them with the resistance increased all the way up. and just backed down a bit at depth to decrease the resistance.

    Never felt like I needed to open up the flow completely.

    And compared to my old Apeks XTX200, there is actually quite a difference from the resistance all the way up and all the way open. Also, the venturi lever quite noticeably works.
     
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  2. drakcheslav

    drakcheslav Contributor

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    Some mandatory pics.

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  3. LFMarm

    LFMarm Registered

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    @drakcheslav thanks for sharing the first impressions and pictures. How do you plan to service them or have them serviced? I have not found any info on either places that can service them or where to buy the service kit
     
  4. drakcheslav

    drakcheslav Contributor

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    My club is an xdeep dealer, so I plan to do it like that.

    But judging from the look of it, it looks like an Seac regulator, and afaik, there should not be any proprietary dimensions if you plan on servicing it yourself.

    But from them, you should go though your dealer for servicing, either for the kits, or just sending it back to the factory for regular service
     
  5. Fastmarc

    Fastmarc Just drifting along... ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Do you think they will do a yoke version or will I have to get an adapter?
    Are those adapters safe?
    Do they sell the 2nd stage alone for secondary?
     
  6. drakcheslav

    drakcheslav Contributor

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    AFAIK, there will not be a INT or DIN300 version.

    The adapters should be safe enough. But most of the valves should have the removable core to be used with DIN.

    And I think they sold the as first stage, second stage, and a set first+second with or w/o hoses
     
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