Entry Level BCD Comparison Guide


Mark compares entry level BCDs.

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Dan Fischer says:

Your selling this to me not the lab scientis

Sighs Internally says:

That hair holy sht

Dan Fischer says:

A how to BCD’s work would be helpful and how they work that’s how you sale a product I’m not a person in a factory or a scientis

Scuba Steve and Underwater Rock Climbing says:

For the trim I put 4 punds in and I put 2 pounds each in the removable puches is that safe ?

David Hamilton says:

The Aqualung HD pro has knife attachment points and also has two counter balance pockets either side of the cylinder

Bogy 1 Kinoby says:

A wing does not lack storage space mate, you 4 d rings to store reels, smbs, backup torches, lights, cameras, and anything else can be stored in your Drysuit pockets at your hips. The wing does not lack any storage, in fact I would say it has better storage options than jackets as there are more d rings, and less clutter oversized pockets you do not need…..

Brian McGlennon says:

Bad Hair day ?

Pelican Divers says:

I have a friend who has 7 different BCD’s (from the Mares Rover to the HydrosPro) and a $20k camera rig. Hands down he says the Rover’s of the world are still the best BCD’s. (T-One, Wave). They’re so durable and failsafe that you’ll rarely actually need more unless you’re doing cave dives or suffer from lower back pain.

Dan Fischer says:

Forgot the t’s

Super Comics Studios says:

Some people dive for a couple years and then get a new bcd, but then you realise how light weight and flexible it is compared to your old bcd

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