Mares Mission 2 Scuba Diving Gauge

A Review

Mares Mission 2 Scuba Diving Gauge Review

Overview

When diving at a very deep depth, a scuba diver does not need much distraction, particularly if you are on a research. Therefore, one needs a device that can communicate with precise accuracy and still be very simple for an easy and quick read. The Mission 2 has these exact abilities and still delivers much besides. So as a scuba diver, you can be assured of the best diving experience because this gauge will provide you with the most accurate readings at all time. In this Mares Mission 2 Gauge Console review, we will be discussing extensively on the internal workings and the features of this laudable diver’s choice gauge.

The Mission 2 console is made with pressure and depth gauges so that you can a one-glance-shows-all feeling when using this simple yet highly versatile gauge. For further efficiency, you have the option of upgrading from the analog depth gauge to the compact Puck capsule computer. Whatever your gauge preferences are, you can be sure that the Mares has got you covered to a large extent.

In measurement, the pressure gauge measures up to some 4300 PSI (Pounds per Square Inch) at up to 260 feet below the water. This is more than most of other gauges delivery today. The submersible pressure gauge is a safety device for monitoring residual air pressure with the most advanced of ease and simplicity for any level of scuba diver. So your experience is of no consequence, you will surely find this gauge very handy and useful.

Mares Mission 2 Gauge Console

Made from absolutely shock-resistant and high-quality elastomer material, the Mares Imperial Mission 2 Pressure Console provides a precise gauge accuracy and protection. The sensitivity of its design makes it well responsive to grant a secured grip even when operated with gloved hands. The imperial pressure console works in almost all diving conditions, and it has an easy-to-read florescent dial which allows scuba divers to have a clear reading in daylight and nighttime diving environments. Featuring color-coded face, the Mares Imperial Mission 2 Pressure Console guarantees protected air reserve within no time.

Mares Mission 2 Console is equipped with pressure and depth gauges that offer divers a simple yet versatile option to upgrade from the analog depth gauge to the compact Puck capsule computer.

The pressure gauge measures up to 4300 psi (pounds per square inch) at up to 260 feet below the water. The submersible pressure gauge is a safety device for monitoring residual air pressure in the tank, designed to be used as part of a scuba set (open-circuit, self-contained underwater breathing apparatus). The pressure gauge must be assembled on the regulator first stage by means of the high-pressure hose connected to the gauge. No doubt, you will have a splendid diving experience when you use this scuba pressure gauge.

The material used in manufacturing Mares instruments boots, are highly shock resistant elastomer to protect the accuracy of the gauge, and affords a secure grip in every situation with any type of glove. The compact pressure gauge with its durable brass case and techno polymer lens has a luminesce dial for easy reading in day or night diving situations. The face of this pressure gauge is color coded for safe air reserve in a glance.

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Specs

Pressure Gauge Mares Pressure Gauge
Gauge Material Case: Brass, Lens: Techno Polymer
Pressure Gauge Material Plastic
Type Oil Filled
Pressure Readout 0 to 5000 psi
Dials It Has An SPG Fluorescent Dial
Attachment It Has Multiple Attachment Points
Threads 7/16 Inches Thread
Hose Length 36 Inches (i.e., 90 cm)
Nitrox Compatible Compatible Up To 40% Oxygen
Depth Readout 0 Inches 230 Inches
Depth Fluorescent Dial It Has A Powerful One
Depth Indicator It Has A Maximum Depth Indicator
Dimension 1.75 Inches (i.e., 4.4 cm) In Diameter

 

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Features

  • Complete Pressure and Depth Instrument Console
  • Nitrox Ready to 40% Oxygen Out-of-the-Box
  • Luminescent Faces for Easy Reading in Low Light or Night Diving Conditions
  • Impact-Resistant Elastomer Boot
  • Multiple Eyelets for Attachment of Clips or Lanyards
  • 360° Swivel and 36″ (90 cm) HP Hose
  • Hose: 7/16″ UNF Neoprene Jacket Double Braided
  • Pressure Gauge:
  • Compact Lightweight Ergonomic Design
  • Dimensions: 5.2″ x 2.8″ x 0.9″ (132 x 70 x 23 mm)
  • Weight: 9.88 oz. (280 g)
  • Durable Brass Case w/Techno Polymer Lens
  • Color Coded for Safe Air Reserve
  • Readout: 0 to 5,000 psi
  • 1000 psi Color Coded in Red
  • 2000 to Full Scale Color Coded Blue
  • Depth Gauges:
  • 0′ to 230′ Read Out
  • Safety/Deco Stop 0′ to 30′ Indicator for Safety
  • Max-Depth Indicator Needle (MDIN)
  • MDIN:
  • Extremely Handy for Logging Dive Information
  • Follows Depth Needle to Deepest Point Reached on Dive
  • Marks Maximum Depth Reached
  • High Accuracy and Reliability
  • Color Coded: 0′ to 30′ Red Denoting Range of Safety Stops


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Pros and Cons

PROS:
  • Pressure and depth gauge with Imperial units
  • Safety/deco stop 0′ to 30′ indicator
  • Fluorescent dial for easy reading in the dark
  • Small and compact design
  • Shock resistant case

CONS:
  • Somewhat small to handle

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Editors’ Opinion

The Mission 2 console is made with pressure and depth gauges so that you can a one-glance-shows-all feeling when using this simple yet highly versatile gauge. For further efficiency, you have the option of upgrading from the analog depth gauge to the compact Puck capsule computer. This makes the Mission 2 a valuable choice for every scuba diver.

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