The Ultra ADJ is constructed in a new ultralight and ultra-resistant techno polymer. A result of continuous research and innovation; a characteristic that mares is known for.
Vortes Assisted Design VAD, allows for unobstructed airflow and consistent natural breathing at any depth.
The Innovative Twin Power System offers further adjustment, allowing the diver to control the rate of airflow, A simple turn increases airflow on demand, designed for a diver working hard or making very deep dives.
This excellent 2nd stage is pneumatically balanced with the Pneumatically Assisted Design PAD system, offering effortless and comfortable breathing in every situation.
The Ultra ADJ is also fitted with a mechanism for adjusting cracking effort. Divers will appreciate the option to fine-tune the cracking effort (initial effort
to start the flow of air) by simply turning an adjustment knob. It is designed to be easily manipulated, even if wearing thick gloves.
The combination of PAD and Twin Power systems, paired with the option to adjust cracking effort, provides the best performance with the most comfort under all conditions at any depth.
The purge button is large and on a pivot, providing effortless use in any circumstances.
A Superflex hose connects the 1st and 2nd stages. This hose is structurally excellent, providing support and flexibility for comfortable diving.
The Ultra ADJ 2nd stage is also available as an octopus with all the same features.
Compact Reliable Performance plus Featuring the DFC system, it meets all divers demands at any depth. The new valve guarantees longevity and advanced performance. A medium-size second stage is made of ultralight techno-polymer. The large purge button is effortless to use while wearing gloves. The VAD system delivers excellent and natural breathing at any depth and the superflex hose is light and flexible for maximum comfort.
Abrasion resistant and affordable, ideal for diving in warm and moderate water temperatures. Mesh Grid uses a patented design which reduces the impact of water flow onto the second stage diaphragm, thus eliminating free flows even in strong currents.