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SCUBAPRO 2-GAUGE CONSOLE
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MUST-HAVE DATA COMBO

These are the two most important dive gauges you'll ever need.


For new divers, it's easy to get bedazzled by all the really cool equipment choices available for building a dive kit. That's part of the fun of diving, but first things first. Topping your gear wish list, along with a reliable regulator, should be a quality instrument console loaded with the two dive gauges you literally can't live without -- a submersible pressure gauge (SPG) and a depth gauge. These two instruments are, and always will be, among the most critical components of your dive rig, and you need them right now.

SCUBAPRO's 2-GAUGE CONSOLE features a compact SPG that reads O-5000psi (perfect for both Yoke and DIN regulator users) with easy-to-read tick marks in 100psi increments. Mounted just above it is an oil-filled depth gauge that reads 0-150ft in 5ft increments and includes a maximum depth indicator (MDI), a must-have feature for any serious diver. The two gauges are protectively recessed in a compact console that's built to withstand lots of abuse. A molded eye allows for clipping onto a retractor or D-ring so you will always know your gauges are close at hand.

The 2-GAUGE CONSOLE provides the only analog gauges you'll probably ever need. Use them today as inexpensive start-up gauges, and use them tomorrow as reliable backups to a full-featured dive computer which, if you don't have one now, is surely in your future.

Technical Information

  • Sturdy all-in-one console offers recessed compartments to protect gauges from bumps and knocks.
  • Analog submersible pressure gauge reads 0-5000psi in 100psi increments.
  • Oil-filled depth gauge reads 0-150ft in 5ft increments, and includes a maximum depth indicator.
  • Molded eye lets you clip the console to a D-ring or retractor to keep it close at hand.
  • Gauges also available in metric versions.

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