Atomic Aquatics T25 special edition celebrates 25 years

Flagship titanium regulator has been given some unique modifications for a limited run

Author: Pat
21st July 2021

Atomic Aquatics T25 regulator

Atomic Aquatics is introducing a limited edition regulator made with unique materials to celebrate 25 years of the dive equipment company.

Based on the titanium T3 regulator, the distinctive T25 will be made to order in limited numbers only.

Most obviously of all, the purge cover now bears a ‘T25′ emblem.

Atomic Aquatics T25 regulator

diamond-like hardness coating has a ‘rainbow’ aura

The standard T3 is an incredibly lightweight and corrosion-resistant regulator, thanks to use of materials including extensive amounts of titanium. That makes the T3 popular with divers who travel a lot to exotic remote locations, where finding service is a remote concept.

The T25 takes the high quality of the T3 up another level.

Even more distinctive than the purge cover is the diamond-like hardness coating, which Atomic refers to as DLC. This treatment gives the metal areas a ‘burnt titanium’ finish, which has a sort of rainbow aura to it. Each first stage is engraved with the anniversary logo and a limited edition serial number.

Each regulator will come with its own premium T25 travel bag, featuring heavy-duty pull tab zips, accessory stow pockets and T25 logo.

Atomic Aquatics T25 regulator bag

The bag also has a reinforced carry handle and adjustable shoulder strap.

Atomic Aquatics are taking T25 orders now, for delivery later in the year. So if you want one, be quick and contact your local dealer without delay…

Atomic Aquatics T25 regulator

Atomic Aquatics T25 regulator celebrates 25 years

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