Average Customer Review: based on 2 reviews.Rating: Perfection!!!
Is this SMB a good one? It was reccommended that I get one before diving Cozumel. I want to buy a good one and I have a Zeagle Ranger BCD, so this one caught my eye. Thanks for any help that anybody can give me.
Hello Cody, yes this is a very good set-up for you. This one will attach directly to your BCD so you do not need to store it inside one of your pockets. This is a closeout item limited to stock on have. Right now I only have one left in-stock. So if you are looking to get this item I would not wait to long.
Please tell me the dimensions of the pouch. Ive got two grommets on my bc that are 3.5" apart. re their matching holes in the pouch? Thanks you.
I have a Zeagle Zena. Im confused on the attachment zipper vs. grommets. How does the zipper work? Which is the Zena set up for?
Zeagle uses a variety of different methods to attach their accessories on their various bcds. Some accept the zip mount, some accept the simple grommet mounts. Typically the zip mounted products require there to be 2 pieces. The "base" secures to the bcd using book screws or zip ties and creates the mounting spot for the zip-on accessory pouch, pocket or sleeve.
QD Deluxe Signal Tubes
With zipper attachment
The Quick Deploy Deluxe Signal System is a compact way to effectively store and deploy a signal tube and a thumb reel. The System includes the Signal Tube, the Reel and line, double ended Brass Snap and an E-Z mount Pouch zip-on pouch (the picture to the right shows the pouch with grommets in place of where the zipper would be).
730-3001SZ- With Stainless Steel 3' Thumb Reel, 65 feet of HD nylon line, double ended brass snap and E-Z Mount zip-on pouch.
The Quick Deploy Deluxe Signal System is completely enclosed in the pouch when not in use. To deploy, the diver grasps the Deploy Strap and pulls the reel and the signal tube out of the pouch. The diver inflates the Signal Tube with his Octopus 2nd stage by purging air out of the regs mouthpiece into the large one-way valve on the bottom of the tube (if available) or by orally inflating the oral inflator valve. The diver can then drop the reel which unwinds and let the tube ascend to the surface. The diver encircles the line loosely with the thumb and fingers and ascends to the desired depth