Dive Rite Voyager EXP Wing 16" With Elbow

Dive Rite
SKU: DIV470016 MFR: BC4700-E-16
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About Dive Rite Voyager EXP Wing

The Voyager EXP is an outstanding Wing for Single-Tank Diving with its Low-Profile, Donut-Shape Design. Streamlined Side Panels and a Minimalist, Oval Shape creates a Higher-Lift Wing that remains Unobtrusive instead of Bulky. This is ideal for divers with larger statures or those who dive in cold water and/or require more weight. The Voyager accommodates up to one 95 cubic feet (15 liter) Tank and provides 35 lbs (15.8 kg) of Lift.

With its Donut-Shape, the Voyager Wing provides greater Stability and Control in the Water. Donut-Style or 360 Degree Wings promote an Even Volume of Inflation On-Top, Sides and Bottom, which Improves Buoyancy Control and promotes a more Efficient, Horizontal Trim. The Dive Rite Voyager EXP Wing is manufactured from Value-Driven and Durable 1680-Ballistic Nylon EXP Material that is Resistant to Tears and Abrasions. The Voyager EXP line's Toughness is further enhanced with a Heavy-Duty, Radio Frequency (RF) Welded 210-Denier Nylon Urethane Laminated Bladder.

The Voyager EXP has Urethane Flanges Welded in place which makes it easy to switch out Corrugated Hose and Over-Pressure Relief Valves without tools. The Voyager EXP comes with either a 16" or 12" (40.6 or 30.5 cm) Elbowed Inflator and a Low Pressure Hose for attachment to the First-Stage Regulator. Wing has a Lower Left Front Over-Pressure Relief/Dump Valve. Two Sets of Marine-Grade 316-Stainless Steel Grommet Mounting Holes are used to attach the Wing to the Harness and Set Divers Trim. The Voyager EXP measures approximately (H x W) 22" x 19" (55.8 x 48.3 cm) deflated and weighs 2.8 lbs (1.27 kg). The Package comes with Owner Manuals and is covered by Dive Rite's Limited Lifetime Warranty. Transpac Package is proudly made in the USA.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.


Dive Rite Voyager EXP Wing Features

  • Ideal for Divers with Larger Statures or that Dive in Cold Water and/or Require More Weight
  • Lift Capacity: 35 lbs (15.8 kg)
  • Accommodates Up to one 95 cubic feet (15 liter) Tank
  • Donut-Shape Provides Greater Stability and Control in Water
  • Donut-Style 360 Degree Wings
  • 360 Degree Wings Promote Even-Volume of Inflation On-Top, Sides and Bottom
  • Improves Buoyancy Control and Promotes More Efficient, Horizontal Trim
  • Outer Bag: Durable 1680-Ballistic Nylon EXP Material
  • Resistant to Tears and Abrasions
  • Heavy-Duty, Radio Frequency (RF) Welded 210-Denier Nylon Urethane Laminated Bladder
  • Urethane Flanges: for Easy Switching Out of Corrugated Hose and Over-Pressure Relief Valves w/o Tools
  • 16" or 12" (40.6 or 30.5 cm) Elbowed Inflator
  • Low Pressure Hose
  • Over-Pressure Relief/Dump Valve
  • Two Sets of Marine-Grade 316-Stainless Steel Grommet Mounting Holes
  • Dimensions (Deflated): Approximately (H x W) 22" x 19" (55.8 x 48.3 cm)
  • Weight: 2.8 lbs (1.13 kg)
  • Owner's Manual
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Made in the USA

Dive Rite Voyager EXP Wing Specifications

Bc Body
Wing, Back Inflator
Buoyancy Bag
35 Lbs (15.8 Kg)
Valves
Over-Pressure Relief/Dump Valve
Oral Inflator
Dive Rite Power Inflator
Materials
Outer Bag: 1,680-Ballistic Nylon, Bladder: 210-Denier Nylon Urethane Laminated, Grommets: 316-Stainless Steel
Weight
2.8 Lbs (1.27 Kg)
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JOSE C J  Could you tell me, what is use to the 12 inch corrugated hose? and the 16 inch?
SHANNON S  Not sure the purpose of the very short 12" hose, it's way to short for my comfort. I'm 6'4" and like the inflator to terminate at the breast level, the 16" was perfect. I used a small bungee loop to secure it to a D ring on my shoulder strap.
Bill B  Does this BCD also have a CO2 inflate?
Manuel R  That type of BCD (equipped with a mini-cylinder - not always CO2) is popular in certain regions of the world. The Buddy Commando in the UK comes to mind as an example that has been in existence for over 35 years. The min-cylinder serves as an emergency surface flotation aid and may allow for jacket breathing depending on the gas used - it is not usually not seen in the US.
Shopper  What is the elbow? They have two sizes. Are they referring to the low pressure inflater hose?
Frank L  Elbow refers to the part that connects the wing and the corrugated hose.
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