ScubaPro Go Travel Light BC 21.715.100 006859

Mfg Part #: 21.720

ScubaPro Go Travel Light BC

  • Free Protective Carry Bag included
  • Twin tank bands for single tanks included
  • Integrated Weight System - 20 lb capacity (all diver releaseable) 
  • Super lightweight, perfect for travel: less than 6 lbs
  • Quick Release/Adjust Shoulder Straps
  • 2 large zipped pockets designed for easy access
  • Soft neoprene neck trim and plush backpad for added comfort
  • Durable 210 denier nylon air cell construction
  • Depth-compensating cummerbund
  • Wraparound air cell
  • Standard with Balanced Power Inflator (BPI)
  • SIZES/LIFT: XSmall/22, Small/27, Medium/31, Large/36, XLarge/43 

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Average Customer Review: based on 2 reviews.

Rating: Folds nicely
Reviewer: Michael W.
I have used this bc a few times on a couple of trips so far. It packs very well and unlike other travel bcs that I looked at, the Scuba Pro uses metal D rings rather than plastic. I found the pockets a little difficult but I think they did a good job overall. It was a good purchase for the price.

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Reviewer: ANACLETO JUNIOR BASSETTO  -  View all my reviews
This PC is excellent, very light easy to travel. i have no complaine.

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Questions and Answers for ScubaPro Go Travel Light BC:

  • Jack:

    I asked earlier about the number of tank straps, the ScubaPro website says 2, you guys said 1, the pictures on here look like 1... clarification please ??

    Aaron  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hi Jack, The ScubaPro Go Travel Light BC does have double tank straps.

  • James:

    Would you ship this bcd to Yukon Canada Y1A6P4, and if so what would the cost be?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello James, yes we can ship this item to you in Canada and standard shipping on this would be $32.95 so your total would be $511.95.

  • James:

    Thats great you would ship this bcd to Canada, my measurements are 45" chest 38" waist, my 3mm wetsuit is 46 40 46 inch, I am about 200 lbs, which size bcd would I be, XL? Thanks, Jim Parkinson

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello, according to your measurements an XL would be your size.

  • Andrei:

    Hello, Im 58 @ 180 pounds. My wetsuit is Henderson Aqua Lock 5mm on extra large shot version. My chest is 44" and waist is 36". What is the right size for this? L or XL? Thank you!

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    The medium size would be the best over all choice.

  • Dan:

    Male 59" 210lbs. 5/4/3 wet suit diving 80+F water. What size ScubaPro Go Travel Light Scuba BC? Thanks, Dan

    Clarke  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Dan, Thank you for your inquiry! With the measurements you have given me, I am recommending the size LARGE for the ScubaPro Go Travel Light Scuba BC. If you would like to place an order or have questions about our products, please contact one of our certified Dive Instructors at by calling 800-247-2822 <> 949-221-9300 or e-mail us at:

  • Chad:

    Hi, quick question.. 6 ft, 220 lbs. Large be good ya think, or XL?

    Chance  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Based on those measurements I would recommend size XLarge. The waist measurement is really the most important to take into account.

  • Chad:

    Chance, cool thanks. My waist is 32/34.. Still think XL? Id rather have it a little tight then too big. I hate a BCD that is sloppy in the water..... thank you for the response. Chad

    Chance  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    In that case, I would recommend size Large. The XLarge would be too big in the waist.

  • Joseph:

    Hello, Do you sell this with the ScubaPro Scuba Octo - Air II option instead of the standard BPI? If so what is the price? Joe

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    At this time we do not offer it pre-packaged with the Air 2. It can be added separately. As that can change over time, for more detailed product information always contact our instructors at 800-34SCUBA or by email

  • ij:

    Hello first time diving, i am trying to find out how good is this BC and if i can used for regular diving, remember i am new and all of this so i will appreciate anything that you can help me with, thanks.

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    This BC has plenty of lift for all types of diving. The material is lighter and it has a soft back pad, which makes it great for travel.

  • Patrick:

    So, can you remove the BPI and replace it with an Alt. Air system or is there no taking off the BPI?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    It can be replaced with the Air 2 or any other similar alternate air source inflator.

  • RON:

    does it come with b p i or is that extra, it is a little bit confusing.

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello, all BC''s come with a BPI

  • William:

    how many dump valves are there and the location≥

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    3 dump valves. Right and left shoulder and rear bottom.

  • Jack:

    How many tank straps are on this bc?? 1 or 2 ? Thanks Jack

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Jack, this only has one tank strap.

  • Pete:

    I am 63" 195 lb and an experienced recreational diver. What size would be best of me?

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    You would want the XL

  • Linda:

    Female 5-10. 200lbs. What size?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Waist size is going to be the most important measurement to keep in mind when fitting a new bcd.

  • Mike:

    so is this really lighter than my Aqualung Zuma? it seems so much more substantial. Im 59" 185 lbs with a tight 40" around (measured at bellybutton), LG or MED?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Mike, the size medium will work for you.

  • john:

    I currently own a Scuba Pro Glide with and Air 2 Can the air 2 be removed from the Glide by me and put on the Scuba Pro GO. Does take a technician or is this easy. Is a video available that shows the installation? Thanks

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello John, yes this unit will fit the new BCD. So you can switch the power inflator and convert it to the Air 2.

  • Donna:

    What is the best size GO for a female with at 35" waist, 150 lb? Small or ExtraSmall

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Donna, when you are sizing a BC the 2 most important measurements are going to be your waist and height. You want to order the size that will fit those two measurements.

  • neal:

    I just bought the Scuba Pro Go in a large.And depending on my wetsuit or what I had to eat the night before I have trouble with the cumberbund fitting.Is it recommended to use it or can you just use the buckle at the top and bottom and remove the cumberbund.I do find that when I am underwater I can readjust it,but that wasnt my preference.And I do plan to lose weight.thank you Neal

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    You should use the cumberbund but it''s not absolutely necessary.

  • Bob:

    Will my Air2 for the SCUBAPRO BC I currently have fit onto the SCUBPRO GO BC?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Bob, yes your current Air2 will work for the GO BCD.

  • Bill:

    How does this BCD fit on women?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Bill, the shoulders straps will come down over the chest. If that is ok it would fit fine. With women fit BCD they have the shoulder straps contour around the bust so it does not make it uncomfortable while they dive and wear the BCD.

  • Jack:

    I am new to scuba diving just certified and most of my diving will be on vacation in warm weather. Which bcd do you recommend the Travel Light or the Light Hawk? I am 58" 140 lbs 31" waist and 38-40" chest. Thank you Jack

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Both are good choices. For more detailed information on comparisons between 2 items, please contact our instructors at

The world the diver moves in is constantly changing. It is quite literally a fluid environment that calls for constant adaptation. The buoyancy compensator (BC) is the platform of the SCUBA diving system that provides flexibility and stability. It facilitates precise changes in underwater body position, allowing you to effortlessly see the world around you. SCUBAPRO offers three different categories of BCs offering different buoyancy behavior and trim under the water, as well as stability on the surface. All conform securely to the diver’s body to minimize drag and provide a comfortable, non-restrictive fit around shoulders and waist.

Go dive the world. That's our message with this true travel BC. Lightweight, easy to pack and extremely comfortable, it includes an integrated weight system and other original features, as well as SCUBAPRO quality, style and spirit of adventure. The large size weighs less than 2,7 kg / 6 lbs.
Single-air cell BC provides high buoyancy and maximum comfort for travel divers
Made in light and resistant Nylon 210 denier material covered in polyurethane
Foldable Airnet backpack is lightweight and soft, without rigid elements
The entire BC can be easily folded, secured with a dedicated buckle and stored in its own travel sack
Integrated weight system

High profile, easy to access pockets are reinforced with strong mesh for long wear and quick drying
Double tank strap provides extremely good balance in any position and reduces pressure on your back
Great lightweight shoulder strap buckles, large size aluminum D-rings
Side grommets for SCUBAPRO knife attachment
Available with Balanced Power Inflator or optional AIR2 alternate air source

Traveling divers who prefer the fit and feel of a front-adjustable BC will definitely want to give the GO a try. With an easy-to-fold backpack and light overall weight (size large weighs just a little over four pounds), the GO is a proven world traveler. At the same time, it offers all the performance and convenience features you'd expect from a full-featured general-purpose BC.
First of all, the GO is comfortable. The water-draining Airnet backpack provides just the right amount of cushion when wearing a thin wetsuit -- or no wetsuit at all. Quick-release rotating shoulder buckles (for optimum strap routing), a cummerbund and a sternum strap all work together to dial in a perfect fit.

The GO has virtually no inherent buoyancy, so whatever ballast needs you have will be minimal. The integrated quick-release weight system is super-secure. Ballast loads into ditchable pouches that clip into sleeves using low-profile buckles for maximum security. When it comes time to ditch, an easy squeeze-and-pull releases weights.

The GO's single air cell provides lots of buoyancy and double tank bands hold the tank firmly in place so you can remain balanced in any position. Large, easy-access zippered cargo pockets are reinforced with strong mesh and include grommets for attaching a knife. Six aluminum D-rings make for convenient clip-on points if you want to carry additional gear
The GO is a lightweight, front-adjustable warm-water BC that can also be used for temperate water diving. It packs easy, is comfortable in the water, and offers plenty of buoyant lift. The entire BC can be easily folded and stored in its own travel sack, enabling you to GO dive the world.

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