SUBEA 500 diving regulator with a balanced piston first stage
Excellent anatomical regulator developed with orthodontists. Ergonomic whiskers channel the flow of air bubbles out by the cheeks.
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Exclusive anatomical mouthpiece developed with orthodontists. Dual density
Ergonomic whiskers and cover channel the flow of air bubbles
Balanced first stage regulator for greatly improved breathing comfort
Structure : 100.0% Brass Chassis : 50.0% Polyamide 12 (PA12), 21.0% Resin, 15.0% Polyurethane (PU), 10.0% Stainless steel, 2.0% Polyvinyl chloride (PVC), 2.0% Brass Upper of : 100.0% Silicone
All our regulators were also developed through usability or convenience testing (static, dynamic and biomechanical analysis) conductedby DAN Europe, as a specialist and independent consultant. DAN Europe (Divers Alert Network Europe) is an international non-profit medical and research organisation dedicated to the safety and health of scuba divers.
Our technical partner: Planet Ocean. This is a PADI 5 star diving centre based at Tribord. The centre uses Tribord equipment throughout the year. The team of instructors are rigorously involved in the development of Tribord diving products, from the design stage with product managers, designers and engineers, through prototype testing to long-term wear tests with the help of divers from beginner level to instructors in continuous training.
experienced divers. Balanced first stage regulator for greatly improved breathing comfort.
After a particularly intense season or after a long period of inactivity, TRIBORD recommends an inspection and a service annually or after 100 dives to maintain the guarantee.
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.
Restrictions on use
Diving requires the certification of an instructor.
FEATURES OF THE PRODUCT
Ergonomic whiskers channel the flow of air bubbles out by the cheeks. Breathing is easier thanks to the hydrodynamic openings in the cover.
SUBEA regulators: exclusive anatomical mouthpiece!
These regulators have been designed to be highly comfortable in the mouth thanks to their anatomical mouthpiece developed with orthodontists. The exclusive shape of this mouthpiece makes it easier to keep inside your mouth thanks to the bite wings, tongue support and the different thicknesses and densities of the material (mono and dual density) that take into account the jaw closure angle.
Second stage and easy breathing
A regulator second stage has to translate natural breathing behaviour into mechanical reality. A high quality second stage can significantly reduce stress and help improve diver safety by providing air more easily and in sufficient quantity, without the need for unnecessary effort. Breathing in is easier thanks to the hydrodynamic openings in the cover.
Breathing out: more visibility and less noise
When breathing out, ergonomic whiskers channel the flow of air bubbles to the cheeks so that the noise does not disturb the diver and so that the bubbles do not pass in front of the mask.
A balanced piston first stage for easy breathing
The Subea 500 diving regulator first stage features a balanced piston with a swivel turret that improves breathing at any depth. There are 2 high pressure (HP) outlets and 4 low pressure (LP) outlets. Balanced piston first stages are the preferred choice for sport divers and demanding professionals.
TRIBORD unbalanced first stage regulators are certified for use in cold water (temperatures below +10°C). TRIBORD balanced first stage regulators are certified for use in temperate water (temperatures above +10°C). According to the EN 250: 2014 standard, cold water is considered to have a temperature below 10°C.
- Temperate water regulator: regulator for use in water temperatures greater than +10°C. - Cold water regulator: regulator for use in water temperatures less than +10 °C, and approved after a certification test at +4°C. When the temperature of the air or water is less than 10°C, diving is called "cold water diving".
When the temperature of the air or water is less than 5°C, diving is called "ice diving". Diving in icy water is extremely dangerous and requires specific training, equipment, preparation and special procedures. Use suitable thermal insulation depending on the temperature of the water in which you are diving and the activity you are doing.
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