A combination of high performers
• New compact high performance first stage
• Natural convection channel (NCC)
• The Mares hero second stage
Abyss is available with the compact top performer MR52 first stage:the best for a unique high calibre set up. Double DFC system provides a consistent flow of air at any depth, even when breathing simultaneously from both the primary second stage and the octopus. The NCC system and the design of the Abyss second stage with more metal on the front cover, allows this combination to achieve very high performance in cold water. Pre-oriented pressure ports for an ideal placement of hoses even using two independent regulators.
Product DetailsCode: 416163
First stage: Balanced diaphragm design
First stage weight (g) INT: 687
First stage weight (g) DIN300: 513
Second stage weight (g): 269
Total weight (g) INT: 1106
Total weight (g) DIN300: 929
Oil/Dry cold water kit: Oil
HP Ports: 2 HP 7/16" UNF ports
LP Ports: 3+1 HP: 3Lp 3/8" + 1Lp 1/2" UNF ports
Inhale pressure: 7.83 mbar
Inhale pos pressure: 2.18 mbar
Exhale pressure: 8.23 mbar
Ext work breathing: 0.88 J/l
Inhale work: 0.27 J/l
Pos inhale work: 0.00 J/l
Exhale work: 0.61 J/l
Pressure depth: 50m (165ft)
- All Metal Technology
Outstanding mechanical resistance and high thermal conductivity make our metal 2nd stages extremely long
lasting and ideal for cold water dives. The high thermal conductivity of metal reduces the dry mouth feeling during the dive.
- DFC - Dynamic Flow Control
- Minimizes intermediate pressure drop during inhalation thus maximizing gas delivery, especially under extreme conditions.
- Mesh Grid
- Patented design which reduces the impact of water flow onto the second stage diaphragm, thus eliminating free flows even in strong currents.
- Superflex Hose
- Extreme light weight and exceptional softness guarantee the maximum freedom of movement.
- Tri-Material Valve
Patented technology combines two grades of polyurethane on a brass core. Maximizes performance, safety and reliability.
- VAD - Vortex Assisted Design
- The air bypass tube conveys air to the mouthpiece creating a swirling vortex with a low pressure area in the center that keeps the diaphragm down during inhalation, for very sensitive and easy breathing at all depths.