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Pinnacle Wet Dry Mesh Backpack Scuba Gear Videos

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Pinnacle Deluxe Mesh Wet/Dry Scuba Backpack Video Review

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Pinnacle Deluxe Mesh Wet/Dry Scuba Backpack Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of Pinnacle´s Pinnacle Deluxe Mesh Wet/Dry Scuba Backpack. The Mesh Backpack is large enough to carry a complete set of gear. It is made of heavy-duty, PVC-coated nylon mesh. It has all the necessary space for a complete set of dive gear (30" x 17" dimensions - approximately 6806 cubic inches). After your dive, you can load your gear in and dunk the whole bag in the rinse tank. Since this is a backpack, there are two adjustable shoulder straps. Also, there is a large top opening with a drawstring closure to secure your gear. Also included is a smaller mesh accessory bag.