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Can you mount twin tanks 2x130 on this BCD ? if not wich one do you sel that will be suitable, I am looking for one with integrated weightsystem. many thanks
This BC is designed for a single tank. A technical diving harness and wing would work better for doubles. http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-100/Buoyancy-Compensators-Technical.html
I have dilemma. I like this bc a whole lot, but Im 61 and 155 lbs. The M is a bit too short and the ML is too large in the waist. Any suggestions? Or should I just look for a better fit option with another manufacturer?
i am looking to switch to a back inflate to help with streamling. my jacket bc lets my legs . the only way i can stop it is to zip tie 2 lb hard weights to upper d rings on each side. will my regular low pressure hose fit this bcd? or is there an additional purchase to be water ready?
I am fairly new to diving. I received my open water certification last February. I am looking to further my experience but will probably dive 2 to 3 times a year on vacation. I am looking for a back inflate bcd. Can you recommend at decent bcd?
How do I choose the correct size bcd? What are the advantages of the i3 over the standard buoyancy controls?
Large starts at 38" waist?? yikes.. Also Im 62" 185# 33"-34"w.. doesnt that keep me entirely out of this bc due to my height?? Anything else available with i3 technology that will fit my frame?
Height isn't the most important measurement in any bcd. Your waist will always be first as the bcd needs to fit the torso snugly in order to minimize the amount of shifting of the unit during the dive. The harness is adjustable and will typically fit taller users than they are rated for comfortably.
I am looking to replace my current BC and when searching online I found a recall notice for the surelock weight release system is this still current. The recall was for 110,000 units. Thank you Tony
I am debating between the model "MARES HYBRID PRO TEC" And this model "SeaQuest Aqua Lung Dimension i3 BC." Or maybe one of the ZEAGLE BCD. What is the difference between them? I wanted to ask if you have the same product without the I3 system? What most BCD is the most successful?
just a simple question.. im looking at the colors on your website for the Aqua lung SeaQuest Dim. i3 BC. Now the colors that are offered on the website here are said to be black and Charcoal. but when i youtubed the BC, at Simply Scuba.com, is showed a great about of blue all around near the intergrated weights. which of these are you selling? Id much prefer the straight black and charcoal. thank your for your time..
COLOR: Black / Charcoal
An Aqua Lung first! The Dimension i3 is a back inflation BC with an integrated i3 inflation / deflation system. Loaded with features, this innovative buoyancy compensator is built with high quality materials keeping both comfort and style in mind.
By placing the air cell behind them, the diver is more streamlined
The integrated i3 control system provides a single touch control for both inflation and deflation
Flat e-valves are very streamlined and effective. One-way design keeps water out
The multiple dump feature means that when you depress the i3 lever, all of the flat e-valves open at once! No more reaching for the wrong valve
Custom backpack is thin to keep cylinder close to your center of gravity and efficiently distributes the cylinder weight
The Wrapture Harness System works in conjunction with the shoulder swivel buckles (patented) to prevent ride-up and supports the weight pockets
The patented SureLock™ II weight system provides a simple, single pull release. Loading is as simple as insert and 'click'
Pull down oral inflator is easy to deploy and stow
A strong retractor band is used to pull in the sides of the bladder while deflating
An adjustable chest strap can be raised and lowered on a rail system
HP and MP hose routings through the back keep your entire kit low profile thus minimizing drag
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