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There is a huge price difference.
I have read reviews on both and not many complaints on either.

I like that on the dual you can have the bubble counter attached right to it.

I'm not opposed to spending $100 or so on a dual but is it really needed?
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What size tank would you recommend for a 10g high tech tank?
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After a few seconds I figured out why the cost was so different for the two.
Yes, the obvious 2 gauges vs the single, but more importantly. The single gauge does not have a solenoid.
I like timers!

I am looking at 2 different regulators (dual gauge, w/ solenoid & bubble counter)...
Which is a more reputable brand?
1.) Azoo
2.) Milwaukee
 

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You want a dual Stage regulator. Whether a regulator has dual gauges or not is not an indication that it is a dual stage regulator.
Alright, how would one know if it is a single or dual Stage regulator?
What is the difference?

I am leaning more toward the Azoo just because they give more info on the product. The Milwaukee gives very little to none.




 

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Okay so from what I am reading about dual and single STAGE regulators is that "sometimes" you can get an end of tank dump with a single. A double eliminates that issue. Correct?

What if I just don't let me tank empty. If I have a 2.5lb tank and I use it until the tank gets down to lets say 200psi and I just refill it then instead of letting it empty. Would that not also eliminate the "end of tank dump?"
 
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