When we first decided to make the world’s lightest regulator, we started with a blank canvas and looked at every aspect including materials, shape, form and function. Our expertise and the vast archive of knowledge we have built up over the years, making the finest regulators, have produced Flight.
Apeks is known throughout the world for dive equipment of quality, craftsmanship and durability. Due to innovative design and the use of advanced materials, Flight regulators meet our high standards. They are tough, reliable and strong enough to cope with the demands and rigors of traveling. Flight is suitable for diving in water with a temperature above 50°F / 10°C. This is perfect for those warmer, exotic travel destinations, but we confirm it is equally suitable for waters as cold as 50°F / 10°C. A version of Flight will follow later in 2010 to accommodate even lower water temperatures.
They are the most compact Apeks regulators ever made – small yet fully loaded with high performance and comfort. Flight is ideal for every dive journey from a visit to your local dive site to an exotic trip overseas.
High strength forged, lightweight, brass skeletal body
The components utilize new engineering grade composite materials to create an extremely light weight but tough and hard wearing regulator
Total weight of Flight - 25oz./708 grams (yoke) & 21oz./589 grams (DIN 300 bar)
Balanced diaphragm first stage
Nitrox compatible to 40% O2 (EAN40) when new, out of the box
Easy to service and therefore costs less to service
4 MP ports & 2 HP ports
Compatible with hose-less computer transmitters
Optimum hose positions
Tool-free second stage swivel fitting - avoids any damage that could occur to the second stage from over-torqueing the hose
Pneumatically-balanced second stage
Large controlled purge button for ease of use
Venturi control to prevent free flows when out of the mouth
Lightweight, flexible, braided hose
Unique yoke knob design does not extend outward as it is unscrewed thus keeping the regulator compact. It is also designed to minimize entanglements