Zeagle Scout BCD with Inflator, Hose & RE Valve BC Scuba Dive Diving Diver
- Zeagle Scout BCD with Inflator, Hose & RE Valve. Great for travel, the Scout BCD has a 20 lbs.
- This Product Comes Complete With A Full Manufacturer Warranty.
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Zeagle Scout BCD with Inflator, Hose & RE Valve. Great for travel, the Scout BCD has a 20 lbs. capacity rear weight system. It comes standard with a 24 lbs. lift low profile heavyweight bladder with elastic retractor. Reinforced 1000 denier nylon construction, sewn on lumbar pad, a two zippered utility pocket and adjustable elastic waist panels. 5 Stainless steel D-rings and adjustable sternum strap. 20-lbs capacity rear mount weight system. Vest Measure Waist SizeShoulderMeasure Shoulder to WaistSM28" - 35"SM14" - 18"MD33" - 41"MD18" - 22"LG37" - 45"LG22" - 26"XL42" - 50"XL26" - 29"
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my first BCD was a Seaquest Pro QD purchased in 2003. The scout is more comfortable on the warm water dives with less than 12 # of lead. but when i went to the 3mm wetsuit and had to add more weight a weight belt was required to maintain balance. so if you don't mind the weight belt your in good shape.
I love the weight of the scout, my large weighs in at 6.2# as compared to my Pro QD at 9.8#.
I did notice that without the backboard the scout is a little more difficult to slip into.
my scout also came with pockets witch are to far back and to small to be of much use. this seems to be the case with most BCD.
The scout also packs up small for travel, that allows me to travel with one suitcase. and makes it easier to put into my dive bag while the boat is moving.
I should also say the two cam-lock tank straps are a nice improvement over the old scout.
I was a little disappointed that the adjustable comber-bun is not removable because the shoulder straps are sewn to the cumber-bun.
I also like the open loop shoulder strap design that allows for extra equipment without the d rings.
I LOVE this BCD! Back inflated is definitely the way to go. It is so comfortable and makes maneuverability and buoyancy effortless. I've never been so comfortable while diving. Don't worry about any reviews of back inflated BCD's causing you to go face down on the surface. It's so easy to control with the back trim pockets. Anyway, you buy a BCD for underwater instead of surface, right?