TUSA Conquest BC BCJ-7000 BCJ-7000C-BK-S 006372

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TUSA Conquest BC BCJ-7000

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  • Integrated Weight System - 30 lb capacity (20 lbs Diver releasable - 10 lbs non-diver releasable trim weights for improved weight distribution and balance)
  • New Active Purge Assist offers significantly enhanced flow rates for inflating and deflating your BC
  • Three-dimensional back buoyancy type bladder for greatest buoyancy with compact size
  • 840 Denier Material
  • 4 Over Pressure / Dump Valves
  • New Harness System and Tank Suspension System provide ultimate tank stability and unsurpassed buoyancy control
  • 4 large zippered pockets designed for easy access
  • Sternum strap
  • 5 Stainless steel D-rings for convenient accessory attachment
  • SIZES/LIFT: XSmall-Small/38, Medium/38, Large/50, XLarge/50
  • COLOR: Black

Customer Reviews for TUSA Conquest BC BCJ-7000:

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Rating: Tusa Conquest BCD
Reviewer: Kenneth T.
The Tusa Conquest is a very sleek and sexy jacket type BCD. Unfortunately during my initial inflation check I discovered two pin hole leaks in the buoyancy chamber. Im currently working with Scuba.com to exchange the product. Im just glad I found the leaks prior to diving.

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Rating: TUSA BCJ-7000
Reviewer: Jeff G.  -  View all my reviews
first off, this bc is very comfortable. it has many steel d-rings to attach stuff, a nice sized down pocket, two retractor grommets, and the back cushion is very comfortable with extra padding in the lumbar area (real nice coming out of a beach dive). its inflation device is in between a back and jacket inflator type. it inflates on the back and on the side, but not as much on the side like a jacket were it sometimes feels like its squishing your stomach. for lack of a better term, it is "bulky" compared to say a seaquest malibu, but thats because of its comfort additions, such as the back/lumbar cushion and massive padding on the shoulder straps. also, the air inflation system is separate from the tank harness keeping the tank real stable no matter what your inflation level is. the integrated weight system uses a two-step locking system. you first put the clip into the slot, and then you press in a locking tab. it is one extra step, but it makes it easy to visually verify that your weights are locked in correctly. a great comfortable bc, but if size is an issue (if you like super small bcs for easier travel) you may want to see it in person first as i have only seen a handful of different bcs to compare it against. i would definitely recommend it to anyone!

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Questions and Answers for TUSA Conquest BC BCJ-7000:

  • graham:

    I am interested in bjc 7000. problem i have is i beleive they are factory 2nds and have no warranty.

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Graham, we are an Authorized Dealer for all the gear we carry. If you go to http://www.scuba.com/resources/warranty_info.asp that is the phone number to each manufactures customer service. You can ask them directly if we are a dealer for them. As for the TUSA BCJ-7000 that is one of the current models we regularly get in from them. Right now we are out of stock in all the sizes but if you placed an order for one today we should have them in on 5/7/2012. If you have any other questions please feel free to give us a call at 1.800.347.2822.

  • Adam:

    How do the Tusa 4000 and Tusa 7000 differ? Which is better? I am about to order the 7000. Thank You, Adam

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The TUSA BCJ-7000 is a back inflated BC and the BCJ-4000 is a Jacket style. The BCJ-7000 will be a heavier duty BC with a larger lift capacity.

  • John:

    Darrick, thank you for your quick response. I have repaired other dump valves as they are fairly simple devices. The upper just unscrews but the lower doesnt seem to operate the same way. I have a lot of dive equipment and most of my equipment is at my home on the island of Curacao. Plenty of dive shops but harder to find a Tusa dealer Do you know how the lower valves are removed? Thank you again, John

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello John, you would need to contact TUSA directly: 562-498-3708. They would let you know if any special tools are needed to remove the lower dump valves.

  • Andrew:

    What is the difference between the bcj 7000 vs bcj 8000?

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The bcj800 has newly designed bladder and newest A.W.L.S. II integrated weight-loading system, it has a little less overall lift capacity and does not come with the O.P.E.V. Quick Inflate/Deflate System.

  • Abhedya:

    Hi, im 158 lbs, 5.10 and waist size 32. What size am i?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Adhedya, going by your measurements we would suggest the size medium.

  • JOHN:

    I own this BC and have been very pleased with it. Ive had for aprx. 4 years now and enjoy the comfort and its hybrid design. My question is I believe I have some sand particles in my two lower dump valves and have not been able to open. The top dump valves unscrew but have not been able to open the bottoms. Suggestions? Thank you, John

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello John, I would suggest taking your BC to an authorized repair shop and have your BC serviced. They would be able to fix your dump valve issue.

  • Gary:

    I am looking for a vertical orientation when bc is inflated and on the surface. I have a full face mask with a snorkel port th the upper right corner of the face plate so the face down orientation is not feasible. Which TUSA BC would be best? I also have a 48 inch waist at 5ft 6 in tall so size is critical.

    Elliott  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Gary, You may want to consider a jacket inflated BC by TUSA to meet your needs. Take a look at this recommendation: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-2/006611/TUSA-Voyager-Travel-Light-BCJ-1800-BC.html

  • Pierre:

    Hi, I am looking to have the Tusa BCJ-7000 and the knife FK11 both. Is the price already included the knife attachment TC-752 in the package ?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Pierre, there are attachment points on the BCD wear you can mount a knife.

  • Qassim:

    Hello dear first im confused between this BCd and Tusa X-WING. which one you recommend for moderate diver? and i need help in sizing. for my length (180 cm), chest (110 cm) and weight (84 kg) with a wide shoulder ,i have to go with large. but the problem is my waist size 32" before i ordered mares dragon and because of my waist i choose M. but it was very short on me, even the chest strap become near my nick so i had to pull the shoulder strap more, and the D-Rings became over my shoulders. so for Tusa what size you recommend for me for conquest and x-wing thank you

    Aaron  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hi Qassim, Medium is thet size we would recommend. Tusa X-wing is a back inflation bcd. TUSA Conquest is a jacket inflation bcd.

BCJ-7000C - TUSA Conquest BC

TUSA's BCJ-7000C Conquest is the latest in BC technology incorporating a high-lift 3D Cubic Hybrid bladder, TUSA's patented Independent Harness System and Advanced Weight Loading System (A.W.L.S) and is equipped with TUSA's revolutionary A.P.A. (Active Purge Assist) System.

In addition, the Conquest offers several features including drop-down pocket, knife grommets and retractor pockets.

> Hybrid 3-D Bladder design

> Enhanced lumbar and backpad for maximum comfort

> Independent Harness System provide ultimate tank stability and unsurpassed buoyancy control

> Advanced Weight Loading System (A.W.L.S.)

> Depth-compensating cummerbund

> 4 zippered pockets, 2 main and 2 lower accessory

> Retractor shoulder pocket

> Drop down right-side mesh pocket

> Knife grommets (Use TC-752 knife mount)

> 5 Stainless Steel D-Rings

> O.P.E.V. Quick Inflate/Deflate System

> 4 dump valves (OPEV +3)

> 840D/420D Nylon

> Standard with A.P.A. System (Active Purge Assist)

> Sizes: XS-S, M, L, XL

> Lift Capacity: XS-S: 38 lbf./M: 38 lbf./L: 50 lbf./XL: 50 lbf.

> Add TC-752 Knife Attachment for the FK-10/11

> Add TC-753 A.P.A. Mounting Strap for routing A.P.A. underarm


A.W.L.S. (Advanced Weight Loading System)
TUSA's patented Advanced Weight Loading System (A.W.L.S.) allows the diver to insert weight into both left and right weight cartridges eliminating the need for a weight belt. Rear trim pockets combine with the A.W.L.S. to optimally balance the weight load on each TUSA integrated BC jacket.

Independent Harness System (I.H.S.)
The Independent Harness System isolates the BC jacket's harness from the air cell, tightly supporting the tank even with changes in air cell inflation/deflation. The I.H.S. prevents tank slippage and eliminates any gaps between the tank and your back.

Ultimate Stabilizing Harness (U.S.H.)
TUSA's Ultimate Stabilizing Harness completely eliminates tank roll and delivers an amazing fit. The U.S.H. securely holds the air cylinder in place with optimally placed rails and brings the tank closer to the body increasing tank control while reducing weight.

3-D Air Cell
The 3-D Cubic Air Cell allows for greater internal volume (lift) in a more compact and streamlined design. The 3-D cell increases diver comfort by expanding outwardly away from the body eliminating that 'squeezed' feeling upon inflation. It also maximizes efficiency by keeping you more streamlined underwater.


Service and Repair (BCJ)

Q: Can I get replacement AWLS pockets for my BCJ?
Yes, replacement Velcro and mechanical AWLS integrated weight pockets are available, please contact your TUSA authorized retailer.

Q: My BCJ bladder is leaking air or has been punctured, can it be patched?
Your BCJ will have to be evaluated to determine if the size and location of the puncture can be repaired. Please contact your local authorized TUSA retailer.

Q: What is the proper care and maintenance of my BC?
Rinse the outside and inside of the BCJ with warm fresh water thoroughly to stop the formation of salt crystals on vital components. This should be done as soon as possible post-dive and prior to allowing your BCJ to dry. Once rinsed, line dry completely and store partially inflated in a cool dry place away from heat, electric motors and other sources of ozone. To maintain the BCJ, annual service/inspection by an Authorized TUSA retailer is required. This is also a prerequisite to retain the warranty.


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