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Cressi’s origins can be traced back to 1939 when brothers Egidio and Nanni Cressi began to hand build their first masks and harpoons. This was the start for Cressi, one of the world’s oldest manufacturer of scuba diving equipment. The Cressi company was founded in 1946 in Genova. In 1947 they started production of the AR47 rebreather, along with with other sophisticated technologies. By 1948 the company had grown to encompass a wide range of equipment for diving, snorkeling and freediving. Even today, Cressi is a family business, owned by the Cressi family. With a product range including in-house produced regulators, vests, suits, and of course ABC, Cressi is one of the world’s leading suppliers of diving equipment.


Cressi T10 Master

Performance, ergonomic reliability, and ease of maintenance make this regulator a product for true diving professionals. Instructors, guides, dive operators, and researchers will find the answer they need in the Master Ellipse. The first stage stands out from the range of Cressi balanced diaphragm regulators because the mechanism is arranged on an axis perpendicular to the axis of air entry, creating a "T" shape. The advantages of this particular design include better arrangement of the hoses and less space occupied (especially in SC versions for cold water). What's more, this makes it remarkably easy to inspect and access the mechanism to improve maintenance and calibration operations, it uses a larger, high-efficiency conical filter, and the valves are arranged more easily on the tank. The metal body is protected on the surface by a special treatment called PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition), which compared to traditional chrome coatings is exceptionally resilient to the mechanical and chemical wear caused by dives.

Cressi MC9/Compact Pro

The MC9-SEAL CHAMBER 1ST stage is environmentally sealed, protecting it against icing in cold water and against contamination from particulate matter in silty conditions. When paired with the Ellipse Balanced second stage, which includes an internal heat exchanger, this regulator is an excellent choice for divers exploring the most extreme cold water environments.

Cressi Air Travel 2.0

Weighing just 5.5 pounds and quickly folded into a compact tote, the Air Travel can be easily packed into carry-on luggage and is the ultimate in high-performance travel BCs. Features include Lock-Aid Integrated weight pockets, a padded backpack, two cargo pockets and three exhaust valves for easier buoyancy adjustments.

Cressi Back jac Elite

Offering the highest lift capacity of any Cressi BC, the Back Jac s rear-mount air cell expands outward and never interferes with the diver’s freedom of movement. Ideal for cold water divers, it uses a combination of abrasion resistant 500 Cordura and 420 denier nylon for maximum durability with minimal weight. An elastic restraint system for the air cell and new flat-style Lock-Aid System integrated weight system both minimize drag.

Cressi Leonardo

Leonardo is the first dive computer designed and built entirely by Cressi An elegant expression of simple, functional design, the Leonardo is a must-have for divers entering the sport and those who “just want to dive.” A single button interface makes it effortless to program Air, Nitrox and Gauge modes the first time a diver picks the computer up, and an edge-to-edge, high-definition screen gives large numerical displays in a computer that is still compact and travel-friendly. The clearly visible battery life indicator and distinct audible alarms deliver critical information as well as peace-of-mind during the dive. The Leonardo can also be fully re-set after each use, making it an excellent choice for rental departments.

Cressi Goa

The GOA has a diameter of only 48 mm and a high contrast display of 35 mm. It is a scuba diving/apnea watch-computer of extremely reduced dimensions. It is also an ideal watch for other underwater activities, thanks to the deactivation option of the “dive” functions that avoids unnecessary alarms ringing while you’re snorkeling or swimming. The display is made of mineral glass and the case is heavy duty with steel buttons that have an underwater resistance of up to 120m. Rubber wrist band with stainless steel buckle. Plastic/Steel bezel and back cover.

Cressi Desert

Comfortable and resistant thanks to its 4 mm thick High-Density pre-compressed neoprene dry suit and Liquid Seal protected stitched joints. The seams and outer neoprene lining are covered with a special layer of elastomer so as to simultaneously create an impermeable obstacle for the water and increased resistance at the joints. On the inside, an additional sealing strip guarantees total waterproof-ability. This double sealing system has been carefully designed to meet the needs of the most discerning and seasoned divers that often require their dry suits to be able to adapt to extreme working or weather conditions. The special Spanflex material has also been used in the outer part so as to increase elasticity and abrasion resistance. The cuffs are made of smooth 3,5 mm-thick neoprene on the inside in order to improve sealability and from Ultraspan on the outside in order to improve elasticity. The collar is made of the same materials but with 2,5mm-thick neoprene for more comfort and breathability when turned-up. The shoulder neck and knee lines are reinforced with a special anti-abrasion X-Diamond Pad lining. The suit comes with a practical multipurpose pocket placed on the right leg as well as a comfortable hood.