Dial with luminescent background, 300 bar graduation, highlighting below 50 bars
300-bar pressure gauge with stainless one-piece chrome-plated brass housing, explosion-proof, shock-proof.Copper-beryllium sensitive spiral element. Hose with an outer diameter of 55 mm. Male screw thread. 7/16'' HP.Weight: 260 grams.Highlighting of the red zone between 50 bar and 0 bar for greater clarity and safety. Extra ring on the side to attach the pressure gauge and keep it within reach thanks to the safety strap.
Tips on assembly
To not overtighten the first stage.Overtightening can damage the first stage, usually made of chrome-plated brass (a soft alloy).The O-ring on the hose is used for watertightening purposes.Use a silicone grease to lubricate the seals and increase their lifespan.
Servicing the regulators
SUBEA advises you to service your regulator every two years and to make a visual inspection at least once a year.This two inspections must be made in a SUBEA certified workshop. A service is also recommended after a particularly intensive season (more than 100 dives), or after a long period of inactivity.
It is important to store all diving equipment well clear of sources that produce ozone (electric motors, cookers, etc.) and to protect it against UV rays.If this is not the case, the seals can deteriorate more quickly, affecting your safety or the working order of the regulator. Keep your equipment in a dry place away from heat and direct sunlight.
What is the SUBEA brand?
Tribord Diving is now called SUBEA, the Decathlon brand dedicated to underwater sports (snorkelling, SCUBA diving, spearfishing and free-diving).The markings on all our diving products will gradually be replaced. Why SUBEA? Because: "SUBaquatic Experiences are Amazing"!For more information: www.subea.com
Product concept & technology
It is important to store diving equipment away from sources that produce ozone. Keep your equipment in a dry place away from heat and direct sunlight.
Designed and tested by our teams and our technical partner in Hendaye (France).
Diving requires the certification/supervision of an instructor.