Cressi Mini 2 Scuba Diving Gauge Review
The Cressi Mini 2 is a super dynamic scuba diving gauge that is designed to give divers a robust understanding of the condition around them. It contains a mini manometer pressure gauge and a small analog depth gauge besides. This makes sure that divers are equipped with one device that has the ability to give all the needed information a diver will need in one place. In this review of the Cressi Mini 2 gauge console, we will be discussing in-depth capacity and the overall efficiency of this amazing scuba diving gauge.
In design, Cressi Mini 2’s pressure and depth gauges are contained in a mini modern shaped console boot. The boot is fabricated with Polycarbonate and thermoplastic materials which provide real-time protection to the device from internal and external damages. The idea of the two pressure and depth gauges makes the Cressi Mini 2 a choice gauge for all range of scuba divers because it makes a scuba diver have all the required measurement details in one device.
For easier handling, it has two eyelets from which you can attach the device to your BCD. You can also harness it with a clip in order to prevent the gauge from the risk of being damaged. The Cressi Mini 2 is popular among all levels of scuba divers from professionals to military and recreational. This is made possible because it is easy to operate, easy to read, easy to use, lightweight, functional and very reliable.
The Cressi Mini meets the requirement of a good scuba diving gauge: compact, comfortable and easy-to-read. It contains a mini manometer pressure gauge and a small analog depth gauge, which is housed in a mini modern shaped console boot for easy handling and comfortable carry-about.
The Mini boot is made from Polycarbonate and thermoplastic which serves as a suitable protection from internal and external damages of any kind. This premium pressure gauge also contains two of the best eyelets designs around for fastening the gauge to your BCD or just hang it with a clip. Whichever of the two type you choose, you are provided with the best experience you can wish for when it comes to depth and pressure information gathering. This instrument is popular as it is easy to operate, easy to read, easy to use, lightweight, functional and reliable.
The mini-manometer pressure gauge has a luminescent dial that can provide readings ranging from 0 to 350 bars. Much like the depth gauge, the interface is divided into three different colored zones. This stratification gives divers a good view at a glance.
Monitoring of Air the area from 50 bars and below is Highlighted-in-Red with a Solid-Bar and Red Stripes. If Gauge is used on Deeper Dives, the Red-Scale Extends and fades to 100 bars; this provides for Added-Reserve-Air Indication required at Greater-Depths. From 50 bars to approximately 200 bars is Green and from 200 bars to end of the scale is Blue.
There is one more feature that I find largely ingenious and sophisticated, and that is the excess pressure release technique. The front glass lens is made to act as a pressure relief valve in the event of a sudden increase-in-pressure inside the instrument, the glass-rises-slightly, allowing the excess pressure to escape. I am sure you will find this gauge very fitting for your diving needs.
Cressi Mini Manometer
Housing: Chromed Brass, Lens: Glass, Console Boot: Polycarbonate And Desmopan
0 to 5000 psi
It Has An SPG Fluorescent Dial
It Has An Attachment Point
7/16 Inches Thread
Cressi Diaphragm Membrane Actuated
0 Inches 230 Inches
Depth Fluorescent Dial
It Has A Powerful One
It Has A Maximum Depth Indicator
- Small Compact Console
- High-Quality Instruments
- Chrome Plated Brass Cases
- Large Circular Easy-to-Read Scales
- Small, Modern Shaped Console Boot
- Boot Material: Durable Polycarbonate and Desmopan, (a Thermoplastic Polyurethane)
- Protection from Shocks, Scratches and Very Lightweight
- Eyelets for Fastening Instrument to BCD or Harness with Clip or Lanyard
- Italian Made
- Luminescent Color Coded Dial
- 0′ to 230′ Gauge Scale
- Maximum Depth Indicator, Extremely Handy for Logging Dive Information
- Diaphragm Membrane Actuated
- 0′ to 40′ of Depth: 10′ Increments, Widely Spaced for Ease-of-Reading
- Face Divided into 3-Different Colored Zones: Green Up to 66 inches, Light-Blue from 66’ to 120’, Red from 120’ to 230’
- 0 to 5000 psi Gauge Scale
- Unique Glass Lens Pressure Relief Valve
- Luminescent Color Coded Dial
- 7/16′ Threaded High-Pressure Hose
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Pros and Cons
- Small compact console with Imperial units
- High-quality instruments
- Houses a Cressi mini manometer pressure gauge
- Houses the new, small, analog depth gauge
- Light and is easy to operate, read, and use
- Does not give a good clutch feel with gloved hands
The Cressi Mini 2 is a super dynamic scuba diving gauge that is designed to give divers a robust understanding of the condition around them. It contains a mini manometer pressure gauge and a small analog depth gauge besides. This makes sure that divers are equipped with one device that has the ability to give all the needed information a diver will need in one place. I