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Reviewer: Martin O.A little "cheesey" but for the money, not bad - it is handy to have these inexpensive style bags for trinkettes on the boat. You cant beat the price!
Reviewer: Debra McCalebFinally, a beefy weight bag! - I received this weight bag as a gift and am glad I did. My wife and I dive together and remove our weight pockets after diving. The bag provides a convenient means of storing and transporting ourweight pockets and additional weights...about 45 lbs. total. The heavy duty handles and zipper are perfect and the size is just right for the individual weights AND the assembled pockets. The metal grommets at the bottom ensure good drainage. This item is the perfect solution to a "weighty" problem
Reviewer: Michael DyerSturdy weight bag - Got this when it was on one of the email specials. Was just throwing the weights in the back of my car, but this makes life so much simpler to keep them all together and easy to carry. I have about 30 lbs of assorted weights in the bag and it doesnt show any signs of wear or deterioration after several months of use and over 20 dives. Definitely recommend this if you like to have different assorted sized weights with you and want a secure easy way to cary them to the dive site!
Reviewer: Ryan YuenA Bag that depends on the User. - first off: i have a sherwood magnum reg with 3 hoses, the primary reg, bc power-inflate hose for an integrated air, and a sherwood insight compact console. moving onto the bag: - back-outside pocket very tight (for papers only) - console sleeve/protector inside bag, stitched to the backside, one way opening oriented to bottom corner of bag - heavy duty-easy slide zipper (will not slide open) - thick protective outside material - dries easily when wet depending on how your reg is set up may make or break this bag. i had to reconfigure my hose placement to get the reg to fit. before, the first stage was oriented at too much of an angle and the hoses looked stressed. the console...View Full Review
Reviewer: William K.Keeps it dry - They come in different sizes and the one I bought was to small to carry a lot. Mine was the 6x5x3/4, which was good for my passport, credit card and like items. If i had to do again, the only reason I would not buy is the cost. I would just use a heavy zip lock. It is well made and for what it does, I see where the cost had to go into it. It comes with a shoulder strap and if you must hit the water and cant leave your valuables on shore or boat, like your passport, its a option. "A ziplock wont do that".
Reviewer: Lydia N.padded protection sleeve - OMG..... I wish I had ordered this BEFORE my live aboard trip. Our dive equipment is keapt one beside each other to fill tanks and they are squished in beside each other so there is alot of bumping and banging against the BCDs. I tried to tuck my regs and computer inside the BCD for protection but if I had this sleeve I would have felt much better about protecting it. The sleeve is slightly padded with a pull string that will fit any dive computer and you can tuck it in your BCD or hang it on your station... its a small investment to prevent that nasty scratch mine got!!
Reviewer: Richard LincolnScuba Deluxe Round Protective Regulator Bag Review - $29.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - No issues with this bag. If fits the regulator with space for a dive computer with ease. The round shape ensures all hoses are not bent too far during travel. If you need a regulator bag this one met my needs and will likely meet yours.
Reviewer: Scott MichaelBest weight bag Ive ever seen or used - Its strong with straps that support the bottom of the bag and not just the sides. There are large brass grommets to drain water from the bag. Its large enough to carry weight for a number of people. When our dive club goes out for Open Water training, two bags are enough for 6 divers in fresh water. Tyhe handles are comfortable even when the bag is heavy. A couple of our instructors have used their bags for years and except for a little fading due to sun exposure, the bags are no worse for wear.
Reviewer: MAJ M.Essential Gear - I had some dive friends say you do and some say you dont need a seperate Reg set bag, I am glad I puchased this bag to keep my reg set seperate from other gear in my dig bag. It is an inexpesive option to prevent damage to my reg set. This particular bag is well made, has a seperate mini bag inside for additional mouthpieces.
Reviewer: Daniel ZapataNo era lo que esperaba - Me voy a basar en que un amigo mio tiene el mismo bolso para su bodyboard, a diferencia del que compré, el de mi amigo es acolchonado y la tela es de mejor calidad, es robusto y a simple vista se ve duradero. En cambio el que yo compré parece por decirlo así, una bolsa de plastico, no cumple otra función más que transportar el bosyboard. La tela es muy fina y a los pocos días de uso se comenzó a descoser. No era lo que esperaba.
Reviewer: Timothy L.Great transporting bag - This bag was great for transporting our gear. We walked about 2 miles one day with them on our backs. Only issue is that the strap is a little rough if you wear it without a shirt. Otherwise you can fit fins and all other snorkel gear in the bag. We carried fins, snorkel, mask, sunscreen, and camera in one bag and there was still tons of room.
Reviewer: Chris HudsonNice bag, nice price. - The Armor dive flag reg bag was just what I needed and at a great price. Its well made, with good padding and heavy duty handle. It even comes with a nice shoulder strap. Overall a great product.
Reviewer: Steven P.Great mask bag - This is a generously sized mask bag so I am sure even the biggest mask will fit. The velcro closure was very well made and rugged. Never once did it come open unintentionally. Everyone aboard our boat loved the side pocket because everyone knew that is where they could find the defog solution. (No more looking around !)
Reviewer: cathy K.ScubaPro Tech + Instrument Regulator Bag Review - $45.00 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - I usually carry my regulator on board with me in my suitcase. But since I have it safely put in this bag which holds my stuff securely, free from damage. Very convenient.
Reviewer: Michael D.nice bag - when looking at outside, it looks small because top is rounded. I am able to fit my octo and some extras all in the bag with a little room left. Some people in earlier reviews, stated that the Velcro straps were nice but I dont see any way they could be used with my equipment. I really like the bag and it is made well with plenty of padding in my opinion.
Reviewer: James S.XS Scuba Deluxe Shoulder Strap Review - $7.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - This strap is great as I can now carry the scuba duffle bag on my shoulder ad it frees up a hand to carry other gear like m y fins ,which are to big to fit in bag.
Reviewer: Lisa H.Trident Waterproof Clear Case Review - $14.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - Not quite as large as I was hoping for. I have not had a chance to use it yet but it seems well made.