ScubaPro LiteHawk Travel BC 22.220.151 006748

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ScubaPro LiteHawk Travel BC

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 $399.00 
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  • Brand new & completely redesigned
    Not like most other sites that sell the old discontinued model
  • Super lightweight, perfect for travel just 5.2 lbs
  • Optional Trim Weight Tank Pouch available - see below to order
  • Streamlined, low-drag profile
  • 56 LB Lift capacity
  • Retractable aircell technology
  • Swivel adjustable buckles on shoulder straps
  • 2 moveable accessory pockets
  • Webbing waist belt for wide range of adjustability
  • BC Accessory Kit with Knife / Light / Retractor - Ready (not included - see below to order)
  • Ultra-light backplate and backpack
  • 1000 denier nylon exterior
  • Standard with Balanced Power Inflator (BPI)
  • SIZES: XSmall/Small, Medium/Large, XLarge/2XLarge
  • FULL MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY

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  • ken:

    are there two different models of the litehawk???I see what looks like a stripped down version of this bcd that is sold by some deep discount houses...what up??

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    There is only one Lighthawk. You may be thinking of the heavier version called the Nighthawk as well.

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Good morning, it's possible that the "deep discounted" store is selling an older/discontinued model which is why it looks different.

  • Jeff:

    Hello, I am interested in purchasing the scubapro litehawk bc. I looked at the sizing chart but would appreciate a second opinion. I am 62" 180 lbs. With a 34 inch waist. Should I get the med/large or large/x-large Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Jeff Zagers

    Greg  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    You would be a Medium/Large. For BCD measurements, the height is the least useful measurement.

  • Holly:

    i want to buy a bc for my son to travel with, i am considering the Zeagle Stilleto and the ScubaPro LiteHawk - he is 510" but only 150lbs, 16 yrs old. thoughts?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Holly, when you are sizing a BCD the two most important measurements are your waist and height. Weight has nothing to do with sizing. going by your two picks for BCD's I would go with ScubaPro. I think it is a better well made BCD.

  • chris:

    im looking at the litehawk on here and its looks like an air2 is it?

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    These are sold with a standard inflator.

  • Philip:

    What are the disadvantages of using a travel BC all of the time when diving in warm waters. I would have thought smaller and lighter would be better all of the time

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Lift on a travel BC would be the only thing keeping you from using it in colder water. This one has 56lbs which should be enough for most recreational diving.

  • Roger:

    I am a warm water diver mainly. I travel a lot and have a old BC that heavy, so want to get a travel (Light) BC. I ware 2X shirts. Im 6 and 250#. Yes, cost will determine if I can afford to up grade. Which on would you recommend? Would this LiteHawk 2X be the answer? What about the up grade? I now have integrated weight system and like it. Thanks

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    This will be a good choice for a travel BC. Waist and weight are the most important measurements. You want the BC to fit snug rather than loose. The upgrade the octo will be more streamline and eliminate an extra hose.

  • Roger:

    You mention the up grade. I have a nice Octo now with a hoseless air and computer. Would that just go away. Not sure how that up grade would work. Sorry, for some reason the picture doesnt tell me enough.

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The XS Scuba Airwave Plus will plug into the inflator on the BC. Then your octo and inflator are in the same place. You would remove your current octo and plug the port on the 1st stage.

  • Tannaz:

    What is the essential difference between the LiteHawk, KnightHawk, and LadyHawk?? Also - is it impossible to dive in colder waters with this BCD??? (i.e. California). 8mm wetsuit, 165 pound? Thanks!

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Tannaz, the LadyHawk is designed for women. The LiteHawk is designed for travel. Lightweight easy to pack. Where as the KnightHawk has a hard back plate so it will take up more space in luggage if you take your get on travel location. Also yes you can use the LiteHawk for both local and travel diving.

The Litehawk back-floatation BCs incorporate an array of features which make them a truly complete package for divers who prefer a more streamlined profile.
The LiteHawk is a new edition to our back-flotation family. Divers get the benefits of back flotation in this super lightweight BC made for easy traveling.
Low-drag, low profile progressively-shaped air cell on a light back flotation BC
Elastic cords automatically control the size and keep the air cell streamlined when partially inflated
Constructed in durable 1000 Denier Nylon for long life wear
Super Cinch system for improved stability
Adjustable belt-style waist strap with Nylon lightweight buckle
Lightweight, perfect for travel: just 2,36 kg / 5.2 lbs
Optional accessory quick-release weight pockets
Available with Balanced Power Inflator or optional AIR2 alternate air source

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