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Sentinel Red Head

Sentinel Red Head
£7,950.00
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FEATURES LIST...
Exploration-grade scrubber duration
YES
Unrivalled low work of breathing
YES
CE approved BOV fitted as standard
YES
Primary & Secondary HUD with vibration
YES
Fully intelligent secondary handset
YES
OLED colour displays as standard
YES
Stable gaseous CO2 monitoring
YES
Independent Waterproof cabling
YES
Integrated high pressure monitoring
YES
Rechargeable primary batteries
YES
Rear-mounted counterlung
YES
User-prompting predive safety checks
YES
Sophisticated scrubber life monitoring
YES
Multiple levels of fault management
YES
Industry-leading support
YES
Cylinders, wing & harness included
YES


Fully loaded and ready to dive...
No other rebreather on the market comes even close to the level of specification offered as standard by the Sentinel RedHead closed circuit rebreather.

When you buy a Sentinel RedHead, you're buying an exploration-grade rebreather that's complete and ready to dive. Put simply, no additional extras are required to take the Sentinel RedHead diving - it really is supplied as a 'ready to dive' unit that includes everything you need. We include cylinders, harness, wing, stainless steel backplate, oxygen cells, CO2 sensor - everything!

There's so much more to the Sentinel RedHead than a list of standard parts - it really is the most capable unit on the market. It's the fusion of so many unique technologies - from it's OLED handsets and 'plug and play' waterproof cabling to its fully CE-approved BOV, primary & secondary HUD and multiple levels of fault management that makes the Sentinel RedHead the choice of dive explorers across the globe.

It's easy to see why dive explorers flock to the Sentinel RedHead. At the very core of the unit's design is the fundamental principle that the diver is always better on rather than off the loop - to make this possible, multiple levels of overrides and redundancy are built in to ensure the operation of critical systems.

With multiple levels of operation to ensure resilient responses to problems, bailing off to OC is very much a final solution used only to diagnose problems before returning to closed circuit operation.