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Posted by . on May 09, 2005 at 18:00:28:


Older divers will look back with nostalgia at the days of the original twin-hose regulator. But it had a single-stage mechanism and breathed like an asthmatic ant. No wonder everyone now uses two-stage regulators. However, the twin-hose did provide the advantage of putting the exhaled bubbles behind you. This new Mistral regulator is a two-stage, twin-hose regulator that meets EN250 coldwater performance criteria. It puts both stages behind the diver's head, together with those bubbles. You can combine it with a standard octopus rig and all your other hoses too. It costs 460, from Aqua-Lung UK.


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