This compact bag may look good enough to make some purses jealous, but its mission is to protect your Regulator and Instruments! Your regulator system is the heart of you dive equipment. Caring for it will give you years of reliable use. Keep your regulators and expensive instruments separate from the rest of the gear. This bag is large enough to hold regulator, gauges, and an octopus. Bag provides extra cushion and protection from the other items in your gear bag. Bag has sturdy Top Grab Carry Handle and is made from durable nylon material throughout.
The Sub Gear Regulator Bag also comes equipped with an additional Dive Computer Bag to Protect this Delicate and Intricate part of your Life Support System. The Computer Bag has a convenient Top Grab Handle. The Regulator Bag is equipped with Adjustable, Removable and Padded Shoulder Strap for Easy Transport. Bag has a Clear Document Pocket and internally has Velcro Closure Hose Straps to keep your Regulator Safe from shifting in transport. Bag measures 13.5" x 10.2" x 3.9" (35 x 26 x 10 cm) with a volume of 537 cubic inches (8.8 liters) and weighs approximately 16 oz (554 g) when empty. Bag is covered by a 12 month limited warranty.
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I dive the SG 500 with the SG XP-H gage/computer. The whole set fits very nicely in the carrier. I have no fear of damage even when stored with other gear as the padding is sufficient to protect the contents. There is more room in the bag for those who have an Octo on their first stage. The carrier comes equipped with Velcro straps to secure the hoses, but unless you have very narrow hoses the straps are a bit short. They are not really necessary anyway. A great product!
Good reg bag. I took a star off the rating because the zipper is sticky and the lining tries to get in the way. It takes a little wiggling to get it to zip and usually needs two hands. It neatly hold a rolled up reg/octo with the Velcro tabs on the inside of the bag and the removable padded pouch is a nice extra. I would buy again even with the zipper issue.