BCD Guide


The BCD (short for Buoyancy Control Device) allows divers to control their buoyancy by inflating or deflating a bladder to achieve positive, neutral or negative buoyancy. BCDs come is a vast range of styles that are designed for different types of diving ranging standard recreational BCDs to technical wing and harness systems.
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7abet _eldenya says:

Thank you for such brief it was very useful actually I have 2 BC from Cressi and both are weight integrated with mainly the problem I have is with the size where my size is xs and sometimes s .. I wish to have a BACK FLOTATION BC but I’m afraid of the buoyancy .. if u have any advice plz send me .. by the way I’m a divemaster .. thank you again

Chatting with Mark Stise says:

Nice, gives people a lot to think about..

kaeptenxy 356 says:

what about a wing and Backplate set where you can easily chance the wing and dive doubles ore a single with an adapter thats what i started with and still have now fore doubles

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