Hi Up to how much weight will this bag hold?
This bag held all of my gear including weights; 7mm suit, 5mm hooded vest, BC, reg, fins, and 36 lbs of weight. The bag only held up for one year before falling apart. I will say that it saw some pretty rough use, dragging it around to dive sites.... I think it would hold up if used only for transporting gear for travel. Use a heavy plastic tote for throwing around dive sites.
I have packed well over 80lbs into this bag. There is enough room to carry my 3 & 7mm wetsuits including gloves, boots, hoods, repair kits (with tools), 2 sets of fins, 2 BCD's, and 2 regs. The other great feature, besides the telescopic handle and wheels, is the "hidden" back pack straps so you can carry it as a backpack rather than trying to luck the big guy around.
How much are you looking at putting in it. It had no issues holding all my gear. There was definitely enough space to do that. I will tell you if you are a diver that dives every weekend during the summer season, this bag may not hold up. I constantly took it on and off the boat. If you are an occasion diver that does so only during trips then I think you will be pleased with this bag.
My wife and I each have one of these bags that we use for international dive travel; we've put up to the 50 lb limit without any problem. We only take one bag, so the Cressie holds a full set of gear, our cloths and a few other items that we like to travel with.
I have easily had 70 lbs in it. That's all my gear - Full 3 mm wet suit included.
Well. it depends mostly of the shape of the items and the care used to handle the bag. Sharp objects contained into a poorly handled bag will create dammage even to the toughest fabrics like the one used for this bag (I believe 600 or 1000 denier nylon).
This being said I already loaded this bag with more than 60lbs
Be careful that when using the handle the bottom of the bag do not touche the ground...it would cause abrasion of the fabric. I choose this bag because the design limit this risk
I'm not sure exact weight but I've used it multiple times with 2 sets of adult equipment - 3mm wet suits, Fins, BCD's, Goggles, snorkel, regulators, and flashlights, and ancillary supplies
Not sure how much weight exactly. I always loaded it to the 50 pound airline limit. My one beef with this bag is that one of the seems split pretty badly after only three trips.
I might look elsewhere for a more rugged bag.
50-60lbs, but in less than three trips it the bag fell apart. It is now held together by duct tape. Also, very bulky and looks HUGE at airline check in counters.
It has plenty of room to hold as much weight as you want to pack. We travel by air to dive once or twice a year and have to be careful to limit ourselves to 50lbs. to avoid extra charges. Depending on what you are taking, there is plenty of room for a full set of standard dive gear with a BC, reg, fins, mask, gloves, farmer john and shorty wet suit, booties, rash guard, repair kit, camera housing. We usually stick our extra shoes & sandals and water bottle in the fin pockets also. If I did not have to worry about air travel weight, I could easily load 60-70 pounds in it and be comfortable with it. Wheels seem to be sturdy and look like they could be replaced, unlike the ones on my previous bag.
This bag is pretty heavy duty and will hold quite a bit of weight, all of your gear easy. But I carry my dive weight in a separate little bag
Up to about 80 lbs if properly distributed; fairly rugged, has held up so far.
Not exactly sure about the exact weight but I can tell you that my husband and I can both pack our gear in this bag. It is a good large size, deep pockets and very durable. Hope this helps
Most airlines have an extra charge for luggage over 50 lbs. This very durable bag holds a lot of dive gear which is really what you need to know.
I have gotten as much as 70 pounds in it. It holds a lot - just depends on if you put mostly heavy things in it or not.