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About Cressi Air Travel 2.0 BCD, Black

The Cressi Air Travel 2.0 BCD is the perfect companion for the Traveling Diver. When we Travel we need to consider weight factors due to Airline Restrictions and of course making it easy to Lug Gear around the Globe. The Cressi Air Travel weighing just 5.5lbs (2.5kg), Quickly Folding into a Compact Tote and it can be Easily-Packed into Carry-On Luggage so it's the Ultimate in High-Performance Travel BCs. Features include Lock-Aid Integrated Weight Pockets with 20lbs (9kg) Weight Releasable Capacity, Optional Tank Band Trim Weight Pockets (see SKU: CSBTWP) a Soft Padded Backpack, 1-Roll-Up Cargo Pockets and 3-Exhaust Valves for Easier Buoyancy Adjustments.

The Air Travel 2.0 BCD is a Rear Inflation design with a Durable 420-Denier Nylon Air Cell with Bungee Cords to provide a Low-Profile and Rapid Deflation of Air Cell. The Air Travel BCD Harness System uses Traditional Squeeze-Style" Side-Release Buckles and Adjustable Straps on the Shoulders, Chest and Waist for Precise-Adjustment-and-Fit. The Chest (Sternum) Strap can be Adjusted-to-3-Different Locations, further customizing the BCD to the Users Personal Needs.

BCD comes equipped with CRESSI's Streamline Commando Power Inflator with Cable Activated Pull Dump Valve and 3/8" Threaded Quick-Disconnect Hose. The Inflator Mechanism is Environmentally Sealed for greater Reliability and Less Maintenance. 4-Lightweight Plastic D-Rings are provided for Accessory Attachment. The BCD provides 36lbs (16.3kg) of Lift in the Medium Size. BCD comes with an Owner's Manual and is covered by a 12 month limited warranty.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Cressi Air Travel 2.0 BCD, Black Features

  • Perfect Companion for Traveling Diver
  • Overall-Weight: Reduced-by-Careful-Selection of Strong Light Materials
  • Weight:5.5 lbs (2.3 to 2.5 kg)
  • Packs Small into Carry Bag, Ideal for Travelling
  • Ultimate in High-Performance Travel BCs
  • Lock-Aid Integrated Weight Pockets
  • 20lbs (9kg) Weight Releasable Capacity
  • Optional Tank Band Trim Weight Pockets (see SKU: CSBTWP)
  • Soft Padded Backpack
  • 1-Roll-Up Cargo Pocket
  • 3-Exhaust Valves for Easier Buoyancy Adjustments
  • Rear Inflation Design with Durable 420-Denier Nylon Air Cell
  • Bungee Cords: Provide Low-Profile and Rapid Deflation of Air Cell
  • Harness System: Traditional Squeeze-Style" Side-Release Buckles
  • Adjustable Straps on the Shoulders, Chest and Waist for Precise-Adjustment-and-Fit
  • Chest (Sternum) Strap can be Adjusted-to-3-Different Locations
  • Cressi's Streamline Commando Power Inflator with Cable Activated Pull Dump Valve
  • 3/8" Threaded Quick-Disconnect Hose
  • 4-Lightweight Plastic D-Rings
  • 36lbs (16.3kg) of Lift in Medium Size
  • Owner's Manual
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

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4.1

(based on 7 reviews)

71%

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Light weight, quality and comfort

I have had a full BC for a few years and my wife has been renting on trips. We decided she needed her own integrated weight BC but we're worried our gear would go over weight. We decided to purchase 2 (pink for her... With her pink AquaBionic fins, I always know where she is). After our first trip. We couldn't be happier! The Cressi Air Travel 2.0 was a perfect fit for both of us. No binding and felt natural on our bodies. The D rings are solid and we both had good balance on the surface. I w...

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

looks good; fits ok

Not tried it yet in pool nor open water; pockets for wts. probably not as fast release as belt w/ wts.; good for travel, since wo/ wts./ pockets, the mBCD weighs less than 5 pounds.

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2.0

nice but stiching coming apart in first week

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from Ann Arbor, MI, US

Stitching on out side of integrated weight pockets pulling apart. Not due to the weights as I didn't use the system. I used a weight belt. poor construction. I will be asking for a warranty claim. My wife did not have this problem with her XS and use the integrated weights. I appears to be cosmetic only.

 
4.0

Love it!

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from Dallas, TX, US

Rear inflation is the way to go!!! Much easier to dive in. I probably used 15% less air because of less drag and weight. Def the way to go. The dive master questioned the durability of the integrated weight pockets- they snap in with plastic connections- but i only dive twice a year...maybe 40 dives so I'm sure it will be fine for me. That's the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars. GREAT value

 
3.0

looks good; fits ok

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from Sunnyvale, CA, US

Not tried it yet in pool nor open water; pockets for wts. probably not as fast release as belt w/ wts.; good for travel, since wo/ wts./ pockets, the mBCD weighs less than 5 pounds.

 
5.0

Light weight, quality and comfort

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from Maggie Valley, NC, US

I have had a full BC for a few years and my wife has been renting on trips. We decided she needed her own integrated weight BC but we're worried our gear would go over weight. We decided to purchase 2 (pink for her... With her pink AquaBionic fins, I always know where she is). After our first trip. We couldn't be happier! The Cressi Air Travel 2.0 was a perfect fit for both of us. No binding and felt natural on our bodies. The D rings are solid and we both had good balance on the surface. I would recommend this BC to anyone.

 
5.0

Very good quality BCD

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I initially had the Air Travel 1.0 - It was a fantastic BCD. I eventually sold my gear, and began upgrading. I just received the Air Travel 2.0 - I can tell you that Cressi definitely made improvements in the quality of the BCD since the 1.0 - It seems to be more rugged. The chest strap now adjusts to 3 different positions. There is now an additional upper tank strap to help secure the tank (although i never had a problem with the Air Travel 1.0 tank moving). Upgraded D-rings and other minor improvements. I am definitely happy with my purchase. I wish it had a cummerbund, although it does stay very secure when diving. Overall a nice improvement over the Air Travel 1.0

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Michael B  I'm 6' tall and 185 Lbs. Will a medium fit me in this bc? I'm not sure where to measure my waist at and also my chest to determine my size according to the sizing chart.
Chris C  I'm 5'11", 210 Lbs, and overweight about the waist. I purchased a "large" Cressi Air Travel BCD back in April 2015. With all the slack taken in, it fits quite nicely. I probably would have been fine with a medium. I'll be fine with the large even if I gain 25 pounds (because I have a lot a slack in the straps to let out), but if I lose weight, the large will be too loose. I know that doesn't answer your question but hope it gives you some insight about the trade-offs of moving from a medium to a large. Other than that, the Cressi Air Travel has been a great BCD. I primarily dive in the Caribbean and travel there by air. This BCD is light weight and convenient for traveling.
JOHN K V  I think a medium would be way too small for you. I'm 5'9" 155 and use a medium...
CINDY H  No. My husband is 5'8" 180 lbs. he uses a large. I would say you need a large to xlarge. Waist at belly button, chest at nipples.
ANDREY G  Michael, I'm 5'8'', 167lb and I thought Medium fit me just fine. It's a good BCD. The only annoying thing about it is that I have to set the top strap right below the tank narrowing or just leave it be function-less. Otherwise, my head hits the regulator when I look up. Now I'm thinking maybe I should've gotten Small instead. Just thinking out loud. My point is try it with the tank.
scott s  I'm 6'2 and weight 220 and wear 34" waist jeans. I have a large but wish I had gotten a Medium. I really can't get the waist strap tight enough for me. I have to pull every bit of strap though the buckle and its still not quite as tight as I'd like it to be. Hope that helps.
Shopper  Hello, does anyone know if this BC has one or two tank straps? Thanks
Dave B  It has 2 tank straps. The upper strap is a velcro strap. The lower "main" strap is a standard lever action tank strap. Your tank will stay very secure. I have never had a problem with my tank moving.
ANDREY G  It has 2 straps: the top is all Velcro, the bottom has a plastic buckle and Velcro. They hold the tank very securely.
Kasia W  It comes with two straps: the top one is a standard velcro strap, bottom one is a standard cam band.
Stefano D  I've searched about an hour, including Cressi's own website, and there's not much information on the Air Travel "2.0" update. Where are the two cargo pockets located (is there still a drop bag?) and why is the lift capacity only published for the Medium size? Does the lift capacity drop precipitously back down to the 20's for the Small sizes (as is the case on the older Lite models)? I'm trying to determine if this new Cressi could perform double duty in cold water, too. Thanks for any leads.
Stefano D  Cressi sent me the lift specs, so I thought I should share that here: XS and SM = 10.2kg / 22.5 lbs MD, LG and XL = 16.3kg / 36.0 lbs
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