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(based on 22 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Most Liked Positive Review
Great for kids!
My 12 year old son has used this BC on many dives. It's difficult to find equipment for juior divers. He's used it consistantly for 2 years through his advanced classes. We added the...Read complete review
My 12 year old son has used this BC on many dives. It's difficult to find equipment for juior divers. He's used it consistantly for 2 years through his advanced classes. We added the integrated AIR-2. This is the BC for your junior diver. They'll need to be average height and weight at 10-12 years for the BC to fit right.
Most Liked Negative Review
Good BC but short on features.
I had to buy this BC during a trip when my Mares Pegassus "Air-Trim" valve stuck and the dive-op technician said it could not be serviced (false! I easily fixed...Read complete review
I had to buy this BC during a trip when my Mares Pegassus "Air-Trim" valve stuck and the dive-op technician said it could not be serviced (false! I easily fixed it on my return home). As others have said, this is a basic BC, lacking in features that are a must to some of us, like a rear dump valve or a back-handle to lift the scuba assembly into the boat. If you need to hang accessories at the hip line, forget it! This one is truly miserly on D-Rings. Only 3 and none of them at the hip-line. On the other hand, it's very comfortable, the inflator valve is a piece of cake to service and the service kits, as well as complete valve assemblies, are readily available from well stocked dealers. The shoulder strap clips are kinda strange but work very well once you become used to them. The velcro attachment of the weight pockets is a cause of concern, as I've watched them to drop underwater transforming the diver into an ICBM; however, it has never happened to me and mine feel secure. I guess they degrade with age. In all, I wish the dive store had a better model that solved my gripes. I'm looking forward to replace it with a less Spartan model like the Pro or the Black Diamond.
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from Kansas City, MO
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Comments about Aqualung Seaquest Latitude BCD:
I used this BCD in a training class and liked it so much I bought one. True, it doesn't have all of the features of a top of the line BC, but it's very comfortable and durable. I've attached rings, clips, and retractors to it and it does everything I want it to do. Very nice BCD.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Uruapan, México
About Me Advanced Diver
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
I'd buy it again
About Me Beginner
It has a place for a chest strap but doesn't come with one. It wasn't that irritating until about the 5th dive of the day though. The back weight pockets also only hold about 2# each. Other than that I think it was a great deal.
By Desert Diver
from Southwest, U.S
By FL Scuba Guy
from Tampa, FL
About Me Recreational Diver
Great BCD - shame they are discontinued - wanted to get a 2nd for my son..
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