How much is a good scuba regulator?
Scuba regulator costs will range between $200 to more than $2000. The majority of first and second stage setups will cost around $500-$700. On the higher end regulators will be built out of titanium. Other features to expect on higher end models will be venturi controls, lighter weight, and smaller size.
Why do divers have 2 regulators?
An alternate air source is an additional second stage regulator (mouthpiece) which provides a means for a second person to breathe air from your scuba cylinder supply. This is used in situations where a divers regulator may have failed, allowing that diver to share the air carried in his buddy’s cylinder.
What are scuba regulator used for?
The scuba regulator is a great invention that delivers the air from your scuba tank to you just the way you need it to breathe. A scuba diving regulator is the hub of your dive equipment, and links many pieces of gear – your scuba tank to your BCD, submersible pressure gauge (SPG), alternate air source and you.