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Plastic SuperFlow Scuba Regulator

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Plastic SuperFlow® Scuba Regulator

The plastic and metal SuperFlow® second stage SCUBA regulators are high performance, non-balanced, venturi assisted, fully adjustable regulators.

They are based on the original SuperFlow® SuperLite® 17 Helmet and BandMask® SuperFlow® regulators. The first stage regulator (not pictured) is a high performance balanced piston regulator. When combined, the first and second stages are great for SCUBA diving to depths of 50 metres or less on air and in waters that are 10°C or warmer.

The combination of first and metal second stage regulator are not recommended for use with enriched air or gas where the oxygen content exceeds 23%. The second stage can be used for light duty surface supply and low pressure compressor use. The plastic second stage regulator can also be used as a surface supplied emergency bail-out regulator for both warm and cold water use.

The SuperFlow® Plastic Second Stage is not CE approved, however, it is CR rated.

Part Number 305-166

  • SuperFlow Scuba Regulator

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100-120 User Guide - Low Resolution
Monday, April 25, 2016
  1. Removed CE certification.
100-120 User Guide - Low Resolution
Friday, December 8, 2017
  1. Updated the plastic adjustable second stage scuba regulator P/N 305-166 and plastic non-adjustable second stage scuba regulator (octopus) Part # 305-171 BlowApart.
100-120 User Guide - Low Resolution
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
  1. Updated CE Verbiage.
100-120 User Guide - Low Resolution
Thursday, October 20, 2016
  1. Added clarification about CE status.
Plastic Second Stage SCUBA Regulator 305-166 Blowapart - [Low Resolution]
Friday, September 7, 2018
  1. Updated layout.
Plastic Second Stage SCUBA Regulator 305-166 Blowapart - [Low Resolution]
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
  1. Switched the spring to the opposite side of the inlet valve. Updated the part number for the O-ring that's installed on the scuba inlet nipple.