1. The Kaila SLS BCD is comfortable, convenient, innovative and incredibly robust. The Jacket is equipped with the new SLS ballast system - Slide and Lock System. The features of this system are: stable holding of ballast, increased holding surfaces, active mechanical locking system, quick release mechanism, guide tunnel for easier insertion, audible feedback of correct insertion.
2. The 62X first stage is record breaking as the smallest first stage in the diving market: it measures 63 mm high and weighs only 464 g (DIN). This small but powerful membrane first stage is 10% smaller and lighter than its 52X predecessor and has 30% less volume.
Equipped with Auto Sealing (AST) technology that provides protection against water entering the first stage.
The core of the 62X has been redesigned to generate an even better seal, making it an excellent regulator for diving in cold water. The addition of the optional Twin Balanced Piston (TBP) makes this one of the best performing regulators in cold water. The finish is chromed with a pearl-effect surface.
Technical innovations specific to the inner workings of this first stage include a new valve stem seat that is now sharper with a smaller cone radius and reduced angle to better define the sealing surface.
3. The Octopus Dual is made of ultra-lightweight technopolymer which greatly reduces its weight (it weighs only 183 g). It has a pneumatic-assisted (P.A.D.) design that ensures high airflow. Equipped with Superflex hose.
4. The Mission 2 console is impressive due to its slim, ergonomic design and is fitted with four eyelets to be attached to the jacket. It includes the manometer suitable for a pressure of 300 bar and integrated in a shockproof plastic case. The depth gauge has a towed hand that displays the maximum depth reached during a dive. The case is designed so that the new Puck computer can be easily inserted in place of the depth gauge in the event of a subsequent upgrade.