ScubaPro Dry Bag 53.500.120 018918 ScubaPro Dry Bag 53.500.120 018918
ScubaPro Dry Bag 53.500.120 018918 ScubaPro Dry Bag 53.500.120 018918
ScubaPro Dry Bag 53.500.120 018918 ScubaPro Dry Bag 53.500.120 018918

Mfg Part #: 53.500.120
 $93.00 
  • Brand new & completely redesigned
    Not like most other sites that sell the old discontinued model
  • Large enough to carry a complete set of dive gear
  • Padded carry handle with velcro closure
  • Adjustable shoulder strap
  • Made of 840D super-heavy-duty PVC fabric with taped seams and a waterproof zipper
  • U-shaped openings with YKK double sliders guarantee easy access
  • Two or three internal Velcro pockets are provided for stowing smaller items
  • Each bag includes two carry handle straps that can be converted into a backpack system
  • A built-in plug (except on the 25L) is provided for draining and cleaning
  • SIZES: 25L, 50L, 120L 
  • DIMENSIONS: (25) 18.5x9.5x7.9in, (50) 28x12x10in, (120) 34x16x14in
  • CAPACITY: (25) 1388 cubic inches (50) 3180 cubic inches, (120) 7504 cubic inches
  • FULL MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY

Customer Reviews for ScubaPro Dry Bag:

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Average Customer Review: based on 1 reviews.

Rating: Large Dry Bag
Reviewer: Walter L.  -  View all my reviews
i like to use the dry bag for my local diving. the backpack feature is not very helpful. the straps are flimsy and there is no real back support youre better off just carrying the bag by hand

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Questions and Answers for ScubaPro Dry Bag:


  • Daryl:

    For Mares Quattro Fins / Boots / Mask / Snorkel / Regs & 7mm full wetsuit what size scubapro bag takes the lot? I assume for this price if I toss my gear in the car trunk that it will not leak? Thanks Daryl

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Daryl, yes that is correct, if you put all your gear in this bag it should keep the inside of your car dry and no water should leak out of the bag due to your wet gear.

  • Laurence:

    compare the seac large duffle to the scubapro 120 which one is multi purpose for dive equipment and regular cloths and rates the best for the size and money?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The ScubaPro Dry Bag comes in 3 sizes and would work well for either/both dive gear and clothing. For more information on alternate product comparrisons please contact our instructors at info@scuba.com

  • Daryl:

    What size bag to fit all of my gear? 95 or 120L?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Daryl, either size would work for your set of gear. The 120L would have more space down the road if you get into area of scuba diving that would require certain pieces of gear.

You won’t find more versatile waterproof bags than these dry duffels. Made of 840D super-heavy-duty PVC (Tarpaulin)
fabric with taped seams and a waterproof zipper, their large main compartments offer lots of cargo-carrying capacity.
U-shaped openings with YKK double sliders guarantee easy access. Two or three internal Velcro pockets are provided for
stowing smaller items. Each bag includes two carry handle straps that can be converted into a backpack system. A built-in
plug (except on the 25L) is provided for draining and cleaning. Available in three sizes for all your gear-hauling needs.

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