Atomic T25 - a cool $ $2,799

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Something that can be included in your will to pass on to your favorite heir.
 

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I emailed this on to a friend who loves Atomic, saying that I didn't understand all the whoop-la.
He replied that I will never understand since I am color-blind. :confused:
 

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One word: fugly
 

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That's just titanium that's been anodized without dye. Same process as anodized aluminum, with a different electrolyte solution. That nonsense about "special diamond hardness" is just marketing wank and is of no real value.

Not to say it's a bad regulator, but other than the color it isn't one lick of spit better than a regular T25. Might be valuable to collectors - I bet Atomic won't sell a ton of them.
 

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They probably made 25.
 

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You will be surprised how many people are asking about it and waiting for it.
 

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That's just titanium that's been anodized without dye. Same process as anodized aluminum, with a different electrolyte solution. That nonsense about "special diamond hardness" is just marketing wank and is of no real value.

Not to say it's a bad regulator, but other than the color it isn't one lick of spit better than a regular T25. Might be valuable to collectors - I bet Atomic won't sell a ton of them.
There is no “regular” T25 - but this thing makes my T3 feel like a real bargain! :wink:
 
https://www.shearwater.com/products/teric/

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