ScubaPro KnightHawk BC 22.430.210 006779 ScubaPro KnightHawk BC 22.430.210 006779
ScubaPro KnightHawk BC 22.430.210 006779 ScubaPro KnightHawk BC 22.430.210 006779
ScubaPro KnightHawk BC 22.430.210 006779 ScubaPro KnightHawk BC 22.430.210 006779

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ScubaPro KnightHawk BC

  • Integrated Weight System- 20 lb capacity in sizes Small through Large,
    24 lb capacity in sizes Large & XLarge (All Diver Releaseable)
  • Optional trim weight pockets for improved weight distribution and balance - see above to order
  • Rugged 1000 Denier Nylon
  • Depth compensating cummerbund
  • Adjustable shoulder straps with swiveling buckles for maximum mobility and optimum
    shoulder strap placement
  • 3-Dump deflation system for ease of air dumping
  • Dual zippered pockets with rollout pocket
  • Padded backpad for extra comfort
  • Standard with Balanced Power Inflator (BPI)
  • Soft neoprene neck roll
  • Shown with optional Air II inflator - see above to order
  • COLORS: Black or Camo
  • SIZES/LIFT: Small/34, Medium/46, Large/46, XLarge/46, 2XLarge/46

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Rating: ScubaPro KnightHawk Scuba BC
Reviewer: Roland Gallarde (DHA12771)
Great product!!! fits perfectly, D rings works great!

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Questions and Answers for ScubaPro KnightHawk BC:

  • Ruhan:

    how is the knighthawk different to the seahawk?

    Aaron  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Dear Ruhan, The Knighthawk and Seahawk are very simular bc's. The main differences are how the pockets on the bc's are arranged. The Seahawk is also going to have more lift capacity. Then the Knighthawk. Both are great BC's

  • Paul:

    How much does this weigh?

    Greg  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    The ScubaPro Knight Hawk weighs approximately 12.75 pounds.

  • sean:

    i am stuck between this bc and the Aqua Lung SeaQuest Black Diamond BC which is better

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Both are top of the line BCDs. Take a look at the Scubapro SeaHawk. Same great features as the KnightHawk with some very nice updates. More style, comfort and easy to use pockets.

  • Philliop:

    What are the differences between the glide pro & knighthawk. I only dive recreationally in the carribbean.

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Philliop, the glide is a jacket style BCD. Where as the KnightHawk id a back inflate style BCD but they are both top of the line BCD's.

  • Mike:

    Can the scubapro knighthawk bc carry 2 tanks on the back? Thanks

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Mike, you would need to look at a different set-up if you are looking to do doubles. This BCD is not set-up to dive with doubles.

  • Rocky:

    Will the atomic ss1 scuba octo work on this bcd?

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at


  • Chris:

    I am interested in this BC. I have seen some reviews about having to lean back and struggling on the surface. Is this the difference between jacket and back inflation BCs?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Chris, yes with back inflate BC''s since the weight is up front and since there is not bladder in the front it will tip you face first in the water. To negate this just lay on your back

  • garner:

    Does this come standard with the KnightHawk shown or is this optional for $40?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    You do not specify what "this" is.

  • Eric:

    Is the "Mares Alt Air control Integrated Octo" compatible with the ScubaPro Knighthawk BCD?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Eric, yes it comes with different adapters that will fit the different manufacture BCD''s

  • Randy:

    Does it have two tank bands on the back

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Randy, no this only has one tank band on it.

  • Steve:

    Ive only used jacket-style BCDs. Anything harder or easier with back flotation? IS it critical that I try back flotation before buying?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    It is not critical to do so. The choice between a back inflated and a wrap-around style bcd is truly simple personal preference. A back inflation bcd offers a more natural neutral buoyancy underwater as you are suspended from the air cell rather than wrapped in it. The back inflation bcd also feels much more comfortable and unencumbering as there is no air cell squeezing the diver during use. It can take a dive or two to get accustomed to the buoyancy as the diver will no longer "feel" the air being put into or dumped from the bcd, but once that is mastered, they allow for extremely comfortable dives.

  • Bill:

    Does the Knighthawk have one roll out pocket, or two? I know there are two zippered pockets, but only one rollout?

    Aaron  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hi Bill, There is only one roll out pocket.

  • Kyle:

    How is the knight hawk for use as a travelling bcd?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    The Knight Hawk travels well, although it is a fairly heavy bcd.

  • matthieu:

    hello, I m 6 feet, 165lbs and 33" waist. I am athletic and low fat ;-) I tryed a Medium, but all the adjustments were to the smallest and it was a little bit loosy but ok. Should I go with a Small to have more possibility of adjustments? I am affraid because I m tall. Is there a big difference between Medium and Small ?

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    your going to have to go with a small.

  • Tyler:

    hey guys, i am a commercial diver/ underwater welder and need a BC with a frontal chest lift. we do a lot of burning and welding on flat bottom of ships and the back lift BCs make it very annoying for our line of work. what would you recommend for us? also keeping in mind, we swim with a lot of heavy equipment so we need good lift, and we travel a lot so the weight of the bc its self as well will need to be on the lighter side. size wise we are generally a 34-36 waist size.

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Unfortunately on the recreational side of scuba we don''t really have much of a selection of "front" lift bcds. You''re going to find either a traditional jacket style such as the Sherwood Avid or the back inflated similar to this bcd.

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 Knighthawk, Ladyhawk and Litehawk back-floatation BCs incorporate an array of features which make them a truly complete package for divers who prefer a more streamlined profile.
One of our most popular BCs, Knighthawk is a robust and comfortable back flotation jacket that integrates numerous performance features to deliver outstanding comfort and easy handling.
Back flotation technology positions air bladder in the back, providing exceptional freedom of movement around chest and shoulders
3-dump deflation system enables divers to dump air from a variety of underwater positions
Streamlined air cell technology and automatic volume control of air cell through compression straps
Rotating Quick Release shoulder buckles and adjustable shoulder straps improve fit
Dual zippered pockets with rollout pocket- easily accessible with an expandable compartment
Soft neoprene neck roll and padded back pad provide skin-friendly padding
Firmly padded, flexible cummerbund compensates for changes in the suit resulting from varying depths
Ergonomic harness incorporates anatomically-shaped components to allow for even load distribution
Quick-release integrated weight system offers more comfort and convenience. Pouches accommodate from 10lb to 12lb each (depending on size) and are secured in specially-designed pockets with oversized buckles.
Two rear trim pockets counterbalance front weights and provide a well-balanced swimming position
1000 denier nylon outer bladder and 420 denier nylon inner, for maximum resistance to punctures and abrasion
Pre-bent stainless steel D-rings
Available with Balanced Power Inflator or AIR2

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