ScubaPro 8.9 lbs Porter Roller Backpack Bag 53.310.120 018872 ScubaPro 8.9 lbs Porter Roller Backpack Bag 53.310.120 018872
ScubaPro 8.9 lbs Porter Roller Backpack Bag 53.310.120 018872 ScubaPro 8.9 lbs Porter Roller Backpack Bag 53.310.120 018872

Mfg Part #: 53.310.120

ScubaPro 8.9 lbs Porter Roller Backpack Bag

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 $180.00 
  • Brand new & completely redesigned
    Not like most other sites that sell the old discontinued model
  • Large enough for 2 sets of dive gear
  • Save your back by rolling your dive gear
  • Easily maneuvered wheel bag
  • Padded backpack straps
  • Reinforced bottom for durability
  • Integrated wheels for easy transport
  • U-shaped coil zipper for easy access
  • Two side pockets with internal entry zippers
  • Rubber ergonomic handles
  • Heavy Duty YKK Zippers
  • DIMENSIONS: 34" x 22" x 14"
  • CAPACITY: 10,472 cubic inches
  • COLOR: Black
  • WEIGHT: Just 8.9 lbs 
  • FULL MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY

Customer Reviews for ScubaPro 8.9 lbs Porter Roller Backpack Bag:

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Rating: ScubaPro 8.9 lbs Porter Roller Backpack Bag Review - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews
Reviewer: Monty Irvin  -  View all my reviews
This bag is very large and can handle carrying a lot of items. We were able to fit 5 pairs of fins, booties, masks, and snorkels plus a BC and regulator in it! Took a little creativity and an overweight baggage fee, but we did it! Bag held up well to all of the weight.

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Rating: ScubaPro Porter
Reviewer: Steven Rahn
Ok used this bag to go on a cruise and it was perfect! Tons and Tons of room and it will compact down into a large briefcase size for storage. Only thing is I wish there was straps on the inside to hold everything in place. This is a bag if you need to pack a lot of gear. With scuba gear everything will hold in place much better. The light weight is great and the construction is tough. The lighter weight comes from not having an telescoping handle. It does have a nice handle to pull it with nice sturdy wheels. Will be using it with dive gear in May when I head to Roatan.

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Rating: Great Bag
Reviewer: Robert Ozuna
Great bag, just got back from Playa/Cozumel and will not go anywhere without this bag. Fit all my gear including 2 wetsuits and my extra set of fins. still had room to spare. Could easily load two full sets without any issues.

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Questions and Answers for ScubaPro 8.9 lbs Porter Roller Backpack Bag:


  • Valeria:

    Do you have the brand new Scubapro Porter Bag model or only this one (thats the previous one)? Id like a comparison between them (material, size, weight, pouches, handles, straps and so on). Thanks a lot

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    This is still the previous version that Scubapro is still currently shipping.

  • jake:

    How padded is it? what is the protection for your scuba gear in the bag? i do a lot of traveling and i dont want my gear to break.

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Any of the bags designed for scuba gear are fairly well padded and designed to hold dry or wet gear. The denier on the material tells you how heavy duty or thick the material is on the bag. 1000 to 1200 is very durable, but will be weigh more.

  • Valeria:

    Can you please compare this bag to this other one from the link below ? I mean the differences, advantages/disadvantages between them? http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-26/018487/Mares-Cruise-Roller-Backpack-Dive-Bag.html

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The Scubapro is a bigger, more heavy duty bag and has the pockets for the fins on the outside. Both do not have the telescoping handle so the taller bag will be easier to roll.

  • Rod:

    This bag appears to exceed the deminsions for checked luggage on almost all airlines. Am I missing something?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    According to Scubapro it has been designed to meet the baggage size allowances for all US Domestic Air Carriers.

  • Alo:

    Can ScubaPro Twin Jet fins fit in the side pockets?

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello, yes these fins would fit.

  • Leanne:

    Hi, Im after a very large roller with backpack straps but have been debating the value (and weight) of telescoping handles. My previous experience (with a snowboard bag) was that the bag was extremely heavy on my hand and was tiring to move it around. Is that just my bad packing, the nature of that bag or what it means to not have a telescoping handle? This bag looks good, is big enough to take my super heavy and bulky gear, but Im going around the world for 3 months and want something that Im not sick of in the first airport.

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The telescoping handle is one of those personal preference choices. On one hand, adding the materials in the handle definitely adds weight which can be problematic when doing a great deal of air travel. On the other hand, they care tremendously more convenient and comfortable to pull around whether it be through an airport or on the docks.

  • Bob:

    What is the external material?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Bob, that questions would need to be answered by the manufacture directly. Here is there contact phone number: (800) 467-2822.

  • Vicki:

    What is the internal size? Will this roller backpack big enough for something that is 85cm H x 50cm W x 15cm D?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Vicki, the inside measurements are 32" x 18" x 10".

  • B:

    What is the warranty on this bag

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The manufacturer offers a 1 year warranty that the bag will be free of manufacturing defects.

  • michelle:

    Hi, I am really interested in this bag or the Akona Roller Backpack bag as they are both high volume. The trouble with the Akona is its weight of over 8kg. and this bag doesn not have the telescopic handle. Can you suggest a bag along the lines of this Scubapro bag that has a great volume like this but has a telescopic handle but doesnt weigh more than about 5 kg?

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello check out the stahlsac''s http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-26/230317/Stahlsac-7-lbs-Curacao-Clipper-Travel-Roller-Duffel-Bag-for-2015.html

After a day of transporting dive gear, this big bag folds in on itself and stays out of the way until your next dive adventure.  It's convenient to have a big dive bag to cart all your scuba equipment down to the beach or dive boat. The problem comes when the gear hauling is done and you have to find a place to stow this big bag. In our modern world where extra space is at a premium, this is not always easy.  Thankfully, you won't have this problem with the Porter Bag. This big carrier offers lots of volume to handle your gear. It also comes with reinforced 'off-road' skate-style roller wheels, plus a backpack system, so you'll always be able to easily roll or carry the bag wherever you want it to go. But what's really cool is that, after a day of gear hauling, the Porter Bag is designed to fold completely in on itself, creating a much more compact package that stows surprisingly easy.  The Porter Bag features a cavernous main compartment plus four smaller pockets -- two on the front of the bag and two inside. The main compartment comes with a corrosion-resistant U-shaped zipper for easy access and packing, and a reinforced bottom adds shape and rigidity. The top handle is your grab point when rolling the bag, and side handles make muscling the bag into car trunks or onto boat decks less of a hassle.  Easy to lift, carry and roll, and offering lots of packing volume, the PORTER BAG is a solid choice for gear transport, plus it won't take up much space in the closet as it awaits your next dive adventure.

A foldable wheeler with extra-large volume for all your gear, complete with integrated wheels, backpack system, corrosion-resistant U-shaped zipper, two front and two inside pockets and a reinforced bottom. The new design can be folded completely on itself for easier storage. Dimensions: 80 x 50 x 35cm / 31.5 x 19.7 x 13.8
Folded dimensions: 52 x 41 x 17 cm / 20.4 x 16.1 x 6.7 in.
Foldable rolling backpack bag with large volume
Exterior material combination of 420D Nylon NT, 450D Rip-stop and 600D Polyester/PU
Inside lining 150D Polyester/PU
Silver Gray polyester thread
YKK salt water resistant double slider zippers
Top handle and backpack system with reinforced in-line 'off road' style skate wheels
Main compartment 4 (2 front and 2 inside) pockets

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