Identifying 1st and 2nd stage

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HeXx

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As per the title, can anyone help identify this regulator in the photos?

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HeXx

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Thank you. I'm an apeks guy. Just had this reg sitting around in an horrible condition.

Do you guys think its worth recovering?
 

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Thank you. I'm an apeks guy. Just had this reg sitting around in an horrible condition.

Do you guys think its worth recovering?

The 1st stage looks like a Scubapro MK 5 / 10 clone, in that case it could be worth servicing. If it's 1/2 as good as the real thing it'll last a long time and give good service. The 2nd looks like junk to me.
 
https://www.shearwater.com/products/swift/

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