Atomic T3 and Z3 regulators reach the UK

New generation of high performance regs in time for Christmas

Author: Pat
27th November 2013
 

Atomic Aquatics is to begin shipping the new T3 and Z3 regulators to UK customers this December.

Orders are now being taken for the regs, which are both available in either DIN or a-clamp configuration.

increased service intervals

The key change for the T3 over the previous generation T2x is the increased service interval, now three years/300 dives (formerly two years.)

The Titanium T3 is arguably the crème de la crème of demand valves. Atomic says it mixes extremely light weight with high performance gas delivery and reliability.

In fact it’s actually lighter than the old reg, which is a bonus for travelling divers off to exotic climes.

Visually, the second stage has also been given a revised look to the nameplate, and the yoke (a-clamp first stage) has also been redesigned.

The Z series is Atomic’s entry-level model range. Unlike the Z2, the new Z3 ships with Atomic’s swivel hose as standard, and sports a redesigned accent ring. Service interval for the Z3 has also been extended to three years/300 dives.

Full specification is available on the Atomic Aquatics website.

First UK deliveries of the Atomic Aquatics T3 and Z3 regulator are due in December. There are only 27 shopping days (at time of writing) left until Christmas, so get writing to Santa pronto.

Atomic regulator UK prices

Regulator UK RRP
T3 £1,189.15
Z3 £419.90

Atomic T3 video

 
 
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