Backpack Gear Bags
Dive Caddy Gear Bags
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Whats in the box:Travel Bag, Spider Bag, Fin Caddy, TurtlePack, Destination Bag, Repair Kit
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Great Gear Bag!
By Lost and found...
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Comments about Dive Caddy Gen2 Travel Bag System:
This is the most effective way to transport my gear from where I live to where I like to dive. I keep all of my expensive scuba gear with me. No damage and no theft. I highly recommend it!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I will definitely recommend to the rest
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I use it for my dive trip. The bag allow me to keep it simple and most importantly allow me to carry onboard the plane.
By Rob hunter
from Ecuador - South America
A buddy of mine brought it to my work place (Equatorial Guinea-Africa), I filled up with lots of stuff and used as my "hand luggage back pack" to flight from Africa to Europe and South America (home)durign 2 days of fliying and never had a problem.Got home on Friday afternoon and 2 days after were heading to Bonaire (wiht my wife), a total of 3 planes and never had a problem (BCD, regulators, computers, fins, wet suit, flash light), each pack weighted 10 kg eachThis is the perfect back-pack to carry your diving equipment wiht you all the time.
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Great for Cold Weather Gear too!
from Philadelphia, PA
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My biggest equipment fear with dive trips, where flying is required, is the airlines losing/stealing/breaking my gear. They only provide about $500 in coverage and we know this is 2k-3k in gear! On top of the missing/broken gear is my dive trip would have to be cancelled if no gear could be rented - so double whammy. The answer is this bag!I did not have a single problem with the airlines for this bag. All TSA wanted to do was check my turtle pack because of batteries (for lights, and camera). My gear is much larger then what is talked about in the video (I dive North Atlantic and own cold weather gear) and below I will detail what I took with me. Before that, I want to mention I contacted DiveCaddy because I didn't know how to pack my cold weather gear...they made me a CUSTOM video detailing how to pack my bag (talk about customer service)!So what did I pack?Oceanic Alpha 8 CDX-5 RegulatorAqualung Kronos OctopusAnalog pressure gaugeOceanic Atom 2.0 transmitter (the watch was on my wrist)Oceanic Probe LX - XL sizeOceanic Vortex V16 split fins (size 12 foot)5MM Bare Wetsuit - Full body (forget the size, but I weigh 220lbs and am 6'3")Pinnacle 7MM - Merino Lined hoodPinnacle Rash Guard-3XLPinnacle 6.5mm Merino-Barracuda Boot -size 12Suunto Wrist CompassPelican 1150 case (turtle)Mask/mask box (turtle)SnorkelLift BagWreck ReelSwim shortsFlip-flopsTwo Tilos SUN LED lights which I mount to my maskOne Dorcy wrist light/sockOh, and I did not even use the spider pack!One last note - do not pack your dive knife in here. TSA doesn't like that.My clothing can go in my luggage - if that is lost/stolen then big whoop - my clothes cost less then $500 when traveling.This bag was used on:2 US Airways flights2 Cayman Island Air flights4 Southwest Airline flights
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