27 Dec 2006 07:17:22
Need help - Opinions on Scubapro MK 10 Regulators??

Hi All,

I'm fairly new to SCUBA & have the opportunity to buy a Scubapro MK 10
Regulator with G-250 2nd stage in like new condition for $150 (at this
stage, I'm looking to buy used stuff out versus something new out of
the box). I know that this is a fairly old setup (I haven't been able
to find anything recent on them) but does anyone have any
feedback/opinions on this type of rig?? Ideally, I'd like something I
can use now, but also grow into vis-a-vis nitrox, etc...

Thanks



28 Dec 2006 03:55:13
andrew m. boardman
Re: Need help - Opinions on Scubapro MK 10 Regulators??

<Janosk1@aol.com > wrote:
>Hi All,

Hi!

>I'm fairly new to SCUBA & have the opportunity to buy a Scubapro MK 10
>Regulator with G-250 2nd stage in like new condition for $150

Decent deal, and some of the best regulators out there. (In my opinion,
anyway. Religions vary.)


28 Dec 2006 06:48:46
Douglas W Popeye Frederick
Re: Need help - Opinions on Scubapro MK 10 Regulators??

<Janosk1@aol.com > wrote in message
news:1167232642.278316.21330@42g2000cwt.googlegroups.com...
> Hi All,
>
> I'm fairly new to SCUBA & have the opportunity to buy a Scubapro MK 10
> Regulator with G-250 2nd stage in like new condition for $150 (at this
> stage, I'm looking to buy used stuff out versus something new out of
> the box). I know that this is a fairly old setup (I haven't been able
> to find anything recent on them) but does anyone have any
> feedback/opinions on this type of rig?? Ideally, I'd like something I
> can use now, but also grow into vis-a-vis nitrox, etc...
>
> Thanks


I have several G-250s on different reg set-ups and love 'em.

As for the Mk 10, I don't own one, but it's a tried and true reg with
total service and parts available.

"Like new" condition or not, you need to factor in the price of having it
serviced before you dive it.
--


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