Dive Rite Classic XT Wing Dual Bladder w/ 16" Primary Elbow

Dive Rite Classic XT Wing Dual Bladder w/ 16" Primary Elbow

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Dive Rite Classic XT Wing Dual Bladder w/ 16" Primary Elbow Features

What's in the box: Classic XT Dual Bladder Wing 16" Elbow with 2 LP Hoses and Owner Manual

The Classic XT Dual Bladder Wing is designed for the Technical Diver who requires a Back-Up Source of Buoyancy Inflation. These Wings offer the same Lift Capacity of their Single Bladder Counterpart, yet have a Second Bladder with a Dedicated Inflator Hose and OPV. The Classic XT Dual Bladder Wing is an Adjustable Lift Wing, sporting an Optional Gusset Control System Cord that can be used to further streamline the Wing for Wreck Diving Penetrations or Smaller Size Doubles. The Classic XT offers 65 lbs (27.2 kg) of Lift, accommodating two 104 cubic feet (17-liter) Back Mounted Cylinders and two 80 cubic feet (11- liter) Stage Bottles. The Classic XT is for use solely with Double Tanks.

The XT Wing Series is built upon the Legendary Toughness of Super-Fabric Brand Technology, a Technical Fabric Resistant to Cuts, Pinches and Abrasions. This Unique Material has been created with a Base Fabric Overlaid with Tiny Guard Plates, this Proprietary Armored Surface, along with Material Science and Strategic Geometric Patterns, transforms ordinary fabric into Super-Fabric Brand Materials. The material maintains its Flexibility and Breathability, yet keeps Sharp Objects from Penetrating.

Dive Rite has married Super-Fabric with a 1,000-Denier Cordura Inner Shell to create an Armor-Clad Outer-Bag that is Impervious to Damaging Pinches and Cuts. The XT line's Toughness is further enhanced with a Heavy-Duty, Radio Frequency (RF) Welded 210-Denier Nylon Urethane Laminated Bladders. The XT has Urethane Flanges Welded in place which makes it easy to switch out Corrugated Hose and Over-Pressure Relief Valves without tools. The XT comes with 16" (40.6 cm) Primary Elbowed Inflator, a 12" (30.5 cm) Back-Up Inflator and two Low Pressure Hose for attachment to the First-Stage Regulator. Wing has two 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 XT measures approximately (H x W) 24" x 26" (60.9 x 66 cm) deflated and weighs approximately 4 lbs (1.8 kg). The Dive Rite Classic XT Dual Bladder Wing comes with Owner Manual, is covered by Dive Rite's Limited Lifetime Warranty, and is proudly made in the USA.

Key Features

  • Accommodates: Two 104 cu. ft (17-liter) Back Mounted Cylinders and Two 80 cu. Ft. (11- liter) Stage Bottles
  • Double Tank Wing System
  • Designed for Technical Diver Requiring Back-Up Source of Buoyancy Inflation
  • Second Bladder with a Dedicated Inflator Hose and OPV
  • Legendary Toughness of Super-Fabric Brand Technology
  • Technical Fabric Resistant to Cuts, Pinches and Abrasions
  • Base Fabric Overlaid with Tiny Guard Plates, Proprietary Armored Surface
  • Strategic Geometric Patterns Transforms Ordinary Fabric into Super-Fabric Brand Materials
  • Flexible and Breathable, Yet Sharp Objects from Penetrating
  • Dive Rite Married Super-Fabric with 1,000-Denier Cordura
  • Created an Armor-Clad Outer-Bag Impervious to Damaging Pinches and Cuts
  • 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 Primary Inflator
  • 12" (30.5 cm) Back-Up Inflator
  • Two Low Pressure Hoses
  • Dual Over-Pressure Relief/Dump Valve
  • Lift: 65 lbs (27.2 kg)
  • Two Sets of Marine-Grade 316-Stainless Steel Grommet Mounting Holes
  • Dimensions (Deflated): Approximately (H x W) 24" x 26" (60.9 x 66 cm)
  • Weight (Approximate): 4 lbs (1.8 kg)
  • Owner's Manual
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Made in the USA

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.


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