With the G260 BLACK TECH SCUBAPRO engineers have taken the most imitated air balanced second stage design of all time and offered it with a rugged, nylon fiberglass casing with freeze-resistant components and fitted with a dark anodized aluminum ring. Inside you have metal components (inlet tube, orifice, inhalation control knob and hose connector) to ensure excellent cold-water performance. It also offers a left-right hose attachment option, making it a great choice for tech diving configurations.
G260 BLACK TECH Second Stage:
Air-balanced valve smoothes out the inhalation effort at varying depths and supply pressures.
Nylon fiberglass design features SCUBAPRO's biggest second stage casing and diaphragm for the ultimate in breathing sensitivity, regardless of position in the water.
Dark anodized aluminum front cover ring adds scratch resistance without adding weight.
Metal components, including metal air barrel and metal valve inlet tube, increase resistance to freezing when diving in extreme conditions.
High-flow exhaust valve reduces exhalation for better overall breathing comfort.
A diver-adjustable inhalation effort knob fine-tunes air delivery to suit changing depths, water conditions and personal tastes.
Venturi-Initiated Vacuum Assist (VIVA) dive/pre-dive switch prevents free flows in cold water or when used as an octopus.
Reversible hose attachment allows you to easily adjust hose routing for tech diving configurations.
Super-flow hose features an oversized bore that allows more air to flow on each inhalation.
Ultra-comfortable orthodontic mouthpiece is easy to grip yet doesn't inhibit airflow.
Scubapro is the world's most iconic brand of dive equipment, built by and for those whose passion is found below the water's surface. Scubapro was founded in 1963 by Gustav Dalla Valle and Dick Bonin. Scubapro remains the industry's gold standard for innovation, performance, reliability and durability. The company's products blend advanced technologies with intuitive, sophisticated designs, allowing divers to focus on their dive experience, not their gear. Scubapro is for the hobbyist and the professional.