In general, when choosing a regulator you have to make sure that it will deliver the performance you need for the environments you’ll dive in. For example, the choice between a sealed or unsealed regulator will depend on the water temperature at the dive sites you plan to visit. If you are a warm water diver, you can go with either one. However, if you plan on diving in cold water, you will need to purchase a sealed regulator. The reason for this being that the unsealed models let the water get into the first stage, and at low temperatures the water could freeze inside the regulator, blocking airflow.
Remember, the quality and style of the regulator influence the breathing effort and overall comfort of the dive, therefore choosing a tool that meets your needs is crucial for a stress-free underwater experience. Dip 'N Dive carries many different styles of Scuba Diving Regulators, allowing divers to pick the one that matches their needs preferences and budget.