Regulators

RS1001

Model Number: RS1001

The balanced diaphragm R1000 first stage is compact and lightweight.  It has a full complement of four low-pressure and two high-pressure ports and is fine- tuned for optimum performance.

MSRP $429.00

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The balanced diaphragm R1000 first stage is compact and lightweight.  It has a full complement of four low-pressure and two high-pressure ports and is fine- tuned for optimum performance.

The S0001 second stage features a venturi adjustment lever to deliver air smoothly with each breath. The S0001 is also equipped with an ortho-consciously designed mouthpiece to increase comfort and reduce jaw fatigue. The S0001 allows for left or right hand configuration.   

The RS1001 offers the following features:

Ideal For Cold Water Environments


The cold water ready feature enables the regulator to be used in waters below 50°F /10°C tested to a temperature of 39°F / 4°C.

Ortho-Consciously Designed Mouth Piece



The new mouth piece, developed on the basis of ergonomic engineering, further enhances the comfort of bite, fit, and stability. Even with a light bite, a high level of stability is achieved, so there is no fatigue from long periods of usage.


The RS1001 is available as RS1001 DIN (300bar/4350psi).

FEATURES

First stage (R1000) 

> Balanced diaphragm first stage

> Cold water insulation system

> Two H.P. ports and four L.P. ports (2 standard/2 high flow) ports

> High flow L.P. ports offer up to 15% increase in air flow

> DIN version available as RS1001 DIN (300bar/4350psi)


Second stage (S0001)

> Lightweight, compact composite case design

> Left or Right hand configuration

> Venturi adjustment lever

> Ortho-consciously designed mouth piece

TECHNOLOGY

Ortho-Conscious Mouth Piece
The Ortho-Conscious Mouth Piece feature prevents jaw fatigue. The ridges and flexible material allow the diver to have more control of the mouth piece and reduces tension in the jaw. Read more

Venturi Flow Adjustment
The Venturi Flow Adjustment allows for ease of breathing by controlling the direction of air through the mouthpiece.