I read that it is good for cold waters, it is also good for warm waters? or which one is better for warm waters? (Sorry for repeating this question but before I wasnt able to see the answer)
I am worried that the bladder in the Seahawk is so much bigger than the Knighhawk that it will be harder to dump. I dont need the 56 lbs of lift but I like the pockets. Recommendations?
Hello Milton, this will dump air the same way and just as easy as the Knighthawk. If you are looking to go a different route and look at other BC''s that are that style then take a look at the: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-3/105061/Apeks-Black-Ice-BC.html.
i want a new bc for my husband. he has an old scubapro equator (i think thats the name). he is a certified rescue diver standing 63" and 220lbs. would this be a good choice for him? someone had recommended the knighthawk, however, after some review reading i thought this may be a better ion. thanks for any help.
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.
The Seahawk BC is a recent, award-winning addition to our family of dynamic, comfortable back flotation jackets. The Seahawk allows excellent freedom of movement, excellent swimming position, and provides plenty of storage- a great choice for divemasters and instructors.