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Scubapro MK25 EVO A700 Carbon Black Tech

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Pros & cons Scubapro MK25 EVO A700 Carbon Black Tech

  • The first and second stage have a special coating what makes him ultra-durable
  • Second stage front cover is made of lightweight carbon
  • First stage with XTIS kit makes him ultra cold water resistant
  • The coating only comes in black
  • Comes with rubber hose instead of flex hose

Scubapro MK25 EVO A700 Carbon Black Tech

Scubapro MK25 EVO A700 Carbon Black Tech, hand-made carbon fire frontcover in combination with the succesfull MK 25 Evo first stage. All the features and breathing performance of the MK25 EVO/A700 with the addition of a Black Tech coating that protects both stages against the ravages of salt water and corrosion. This rugged coating includes an inner layer of chemical nickle (FDA approved) and an outer glossy DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) coated body. It lends a technical look while maintaining a sleek scratch-resistance appearance that lasts.  
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Technical specifications

1st Stage Type Piston
2 st Stage Type Balanced
Water Temp Cold, Temperate, Warm
Connector Type Int232,Din300
Nitrox Mix Up to 40%
HP Ports 2
LP Ports 5
1st Stage Material Black Tech-Coated Brass
2nd Stage Material Carbon Fiber Cover
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What's in the box?

MK25 EVO First Stage
A700 Carbon Black Tech Second Stage
Hoses
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Scubapro MK25 EVO A700 Carbon Black Tech

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A little lighter than my chrome
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A little lighter than my chrome a700 but that doesn”t really make a difference when you”re in the water. Looking forward to seeing if the carbon gets as easily scratched as the chrome one. Great quality as you”d expect from scubapro

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Technical information MK25Evo A700 Carbon

MK25 EVO Black Tech First Stage

  • Extremely scratch and corrosion resistant, the Black Tech coating protects and lends a technical look to the first stage.
  • Air-balanced flow-through piston provides constant and effortless airflow unaffected by depth, tank pressure, or breathing rate.
  • Patent-pending XTIS (Extended Thermal Insulating System) fully isolates the mechanical elements from the cold, increasing freezing resistance 30 percent over the current MK25 without compromising breathing performance.
  • New spring insulating coating, body insulating bushing (non-metal cylindrical interface separating the metal parts), anti-freeze cap, bigger body and cap thread all work in concert with the XTIS to improve cold-water performance.
  • Anti-freeze protection radically increases breathing reliability when diving in the most extreme water temperatures.
  • Two high pressure and five high-flow low pressure ports on a swivel turret maximize hose routing options.
  • External intermediate pressure adjustment enables technicians to fine-tune performance quickly and easily.
  • Available in either 3364psi/232bar INT or 4350psi/300bar DIN configurations.
  • Weight: INT 232 (oz/g): 27.9/790; DIN 300 (oz/g): 20.1/572.
  • Airflow at 2900psi (l/min/SCFM): >8500/301.
  • Intermediate pressure (psi/bar): 130-142/9-9.8.

A700 Black Tech Second Stage

  • Extremely scratch and corrosion resistant, the Black Tech coating protects and lends a technical look to the second stage.
  • Rugged full metal case and valve housing are able to withstand years of aggressive diving.
  • Air-balanced valve smoothes out the inhalation effort when diving at varying depths and supply pressures.
  • User controls include a diver-adjustable inhalation effort knob and coaxial-flow Venturi-Initiated Vacuum Assist (VIVA) lever.
  • Super-flow hose features an oversized bore (larger inside hose diameter) that allows more air to flow on each inhalation.
  • Ultra-comfortable orthodontic mouthpiece is easy to grip yet doesn’t inhibit airflow.
  • Weight: 9.3oz/265g.
  • Airflow at 2900psi: 2000 l/min – 71 SCFM.
  • Maximum low pressure: 203psi/14bar.

 

  • Handmade carbon fiber front cover, metal casing and metal valve housing (barrel) make for a rugged second stage able to withstand years of aggressive diving.
  • Carbon fiber is extremely lightweight and, unlike metal that can change shape when dropped or struck against a hard object, carbon fiber can resist substantial shocks without damage.
  • Metal case construction enables the use of a larger diaphragm inside a compact casing, increasing breathing sensitivity.
  • DLC Black Tech coating protects from corrosion and scratches and lends a technical look to the regulator.
  • Air balanced second stage smoothes out the inhalation effort when diving at varying depths and supply pressures.
  • User controls include a diver-adjustable inhalation effort knob and coaxial Venturi-Initiated Vacuum Assist (VIVA) switch.
  • Air balanced piston first stage in a Black Tech-coated brass body delivers consistent and effortless airflow, regardless of depth, tank pressure, or breathing rate.
  • With its patented ultra-freeze-resistant Extended Thermal Insulating System (XTIS) the MK25 EVO offers excellent thermal insulation by fully isolating the mechanical elements of the first stage from the cold, all without compromising breathing performance.
  • Anti-freeze protection radically increases breathing reliability when diving in the most extreme water temperatures.
  • Two opposing high pressure ports allow the first stage to be positioned either up or down