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About Subsalve USA Quad Bag

Subsalve USA Quad Bags are Multi-Purpose Bags that can be used as Lift Bags, on Reels as Up-Line Floats, as Dry Bags, or as Inflatable Dive Flag/Floats. The Quad Bag is Four-Bags-in-One! Recover your Ultimate Prize from the Depths, Mark your Location with an Up-Line, Tow the Flag to Warn-Off Boaters, and use it as a Post-Dive Suit Bag to keep your car dry. This item is a must for Tech Divers, Wreck Divers, Beach Divers, and Boat Divers.

Subsalve USA Quad Bags are manufactured from High-Strength, Lightweight, Vinyl-Coated Nylon Fabric and can Roll-Up Small-Enough to Carry with you on Every Dive. They are Screened-on-Both-Sides with Bright Red and White Traditional Divers-Down Flags for High Visibility. Every Quad Bag comes complete with a Velcro Tie Strap, Bottom Waterproof Closure, and a Brass Bolt Snap. Quad Bags are equipped with an Oral Inflator.

Subsalve USA Quad Bags are available in four Lift Capacities: QB-25 with 26 lbs (11.8 kg), QB-50 with 55 lbs (25 kg), QB-100 with 105 lbs (47.63 kg), and QB-200 with 205 lbs (99 kg). All the Quad Bags are equipped with the necessary Hardware and are ready for Immediate Use Out-of-the-Box. The QB-25 measures (W x H) 10" x 30" (25.4 x 76.2 cm), QB-50 measures 14" x 30" (36 x 77 cm), QB-100 measures 28" x 30" (72 x 77 cm) and the QB-200 measures 40" x 36" (102 x 92 cm). The Quad Bags are made in the U.S.A and are covered by a 12 month limited warranty.

The Subsalve USA Quad Bag is commonly used for Cold Water, Extreme Depths, Professional, Recreation, Warm Water and more. The Subsalve USA Quad Bag is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced Diver, Divemaster among others. The Subsalve USA Quad Bag is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Subsalve USA Quad Bag: Easy To Use, Functional, Improves Diving Experience, Lightweight.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Subsalve USA Quad Bag Features

  • Multi-Purpose Bags:
    Lift Bags, on Reels
    Up-Line Floats
    Dry Bags
    Inflatable Dive Flag/Floats
  • Four-Bags-in-One!:
    Recover Ultimate Prize from the Depths
    Mark Location with Up-Line
    Tow the Flag to Warn-Off Boaters
    Post-Dive Suit Bag
  • Must for Tech Divers, Wreck Divers, Beach Divers, and Boat Divers
  • Built-to-Last!: High-Strength, Lightweight, Vinyl-Coated Nylon Fabric
  • Roll-Up Small-Enough to Carry on Every Dive
  • Screened-on-Both-Sides with Bright Red and White Traditional Divers-Down Flags for High Visibility
  • Velcro Tie Strap, Bottom Waterproof Closure
  • Brass Bolt Snap
  • Oral Inflator or Bottom Fill
  • Lift Capacities:
    QB-25: 26 lbs (11.8 kg)
    QB-50: 55 lbs (25 kg)
    QB-100: 105 lbs (47.63 kg)
    QB-200: 205 lbs (99 kg)
  • Dimensions:
    QB-25: (W x H) 10" x 30" (25.4 x 76.2 cm)
    QB-50: (W x H) 14" x 30" (36 x 77 cm)
    QB-100: (W x H) 28" x 30" (72 x 77 cm)
    QB-200: (W x H) 40" x 36" (102 x 92 cm)
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Subsalve USA Quad Bag Specifications

Materials
Bag: Vinyl-Coated Nylon Fabric Bolt Snap: Brass
Dimensions
Qb-25: (W X H) 10" X 30" (25.4 X 76.2 Cm), Qb-50: (W X H) 14" X 30" (36 X 77 Cm), Qb-100: (W X H) 28" X 30" (72 X 77 Cm), Qb-200: (W X H) 40" X 36" (102 X 92 Cm)
Color
White With Red/White Diver-Down Flag
Inflation (Valve)
Oral Inflator And Bottom Fill
Lift
Qb-25: 26 Lbs (11.8 Kg), Qb-50: 55 Lbs (25 Kg), Qb-100: 105 Lbs (47.63 Kg), Qb-200: 205 Lbs (99 Kg)

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Subsalve USA Quad Bag
 
4.3

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93%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Functional (15)
  • Easy to use (14)
  • Improves diving experience (8)
  • Lightweight (7)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Recreation (11)
    • Professional (10)
    • Cold water (6)
    • Warm water (6)
    • Extreme depths (4)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Advanced diver (5), Divemaster (5), Professional diver (4), Recreational diver (3)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Multipurpose Bag with a bonus

    The fact that this bag can be used in several different ways should put it at the top of your list of MUST HAVE items when you're diving. The vinyl coated nylon is tough and...Read complete review

    The fact that this bag can be used in several different ways should put it at the top of your list of MUST HAVE items when you're diving. The vinyl coated nylon is tough and endures alot more strain than other manufacturer's lift bags. This adds some weight but its neglible. The waterproof closure works extremely well. My only gripe is that the only way this bag works as a lift bag or SMB is if you actually use the closure. Forget to click the buckle and you'll have salvage dropping on your head because this bag dumps air very easily at the surface. It would also be nice if an ID tag would be included that you could write data on to inform people at the surface.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Larger bags have a major weak point.

    I bought two of the 100# Quad Bags to use in Search & Recovery Classes I teach. These bags are doing the job now (after modification/repair mentioned below), but they ha...Read complete review

    I bought two of the 100# Quad Bags to use in Search & Recovery Classes I teach. These bags are doing the job now (after modification/repair mentioned below), but they have a fairly major weak point. The oral inflators on these bags are both a hindrance to storage and deployment, and they leak. The oral inflator part is simply glued on to the outside of the bag, no stitching or bonding of any sort. Both of mine leaked at the install point the first time used.

    I ended up removing the oral inflators and patching the holes with a vinyl patch kit. They are completely unnecessary anyhow as the 100# bags have a dump valve... and who's going to fill a 100# bag manually? They are better bags now, but I'll buy the professional bags if I ever need another.

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    4.0

    great to have on any boat just in case!

    By Diesel

    from Kuwait at the time

    About Me Advanced

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Use for many things

    Cons

    • Tricky to roll up

    Best Uses

      Comments about Subsalve USA Quad Bag:

      Strap it to your leg when you go diving becaus you never know what you will find

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      5.0

      Multi Purpose Lift Bag

      By George

      from GA

      About Me Professional

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Functional

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Professional
        • Recreation

        Comments about Subsalve USA Quad Bag:

        It's Subsalve - great product - great addition to gear

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        4.0

        Small bag has no OPV limits lift bag use

        By jerbro

        from Woodinville, WA

        About Me Professional

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Functional
        • Improves Diving Experience

        Cons

        • Poor oral inflator attach

        Best Uses

        • All Diving Applications

        Comments about Subsalve USA Quad Bag:

        First, I have previously purchased a large (~100 lb) bag. It works great, always has, and I've used it many times hoisting anchors, crab pots, and even carying many burlap bags full of underwater trash (during a beach cleanup project).

        I wanted another bag, but the small one, as I'd like it to be my surface marker at the end of my dives.

        The small (~25 lb) bag is about as long as the large bag, but much narrower.

        The bag is contructed well and is hearty, *except* for the oral inflator. Like another commentor said, it's simply glued on the exterior of the bag. My bag arrived with the oral inflator _already halfway detached_.

        As I didn't want to go through the hassle of returning it, I employed some aquaseal after scuffing the surface of the bag and the bottom of the inflator. One day later and it's better than new. In fact, it's attached so well, I'd suggest this to the manufacturer. I've deployed it on a half dozen dives so far and it's not worse for wear.

        My big beef with the small bag is that it doesn't have an over-pressure valve. This means that it is NO GOOD as a lift bag. You need to have the ability to release air as you ascend, lest you have a run-away ascent. There's no way to do this with the small bag.

        Thankfully, I didn't want to use this as a lift bag but as a surface marker, so it works great for my use. -just not as a lift bag, which is what it is supposed to be.

        Don't get the small bag thinking you'll be able to use it as a lift bag, unless the item you're lifting is the same weight as the maximum buoyancy of the bag (~25 lbs), otherwise, you'll be in for a surprise as you ascend.

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        2.0

        Larger bags have a major weak point.

        By TheFix

        from Portland, OR

        About Me Professional Diver

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Functional
        • Lightweight

        Cons

        • Poor Construction

        Best Uses

        • Professional

        Comments about Subsalve USA Quad Bag:

        I bought two of the 100# Quad Bags to use in Search & Recovery Classes I teach. These bags are doing the job now (after modification/repair mentioned below), but they have a fairly major weak point. The oral inflators on these bags are both a hindrance to storage and deployment, and they leak. The oral inflator part is simply glued on to the outside of the bag, no stitching or bonding of any sort. Both of mine leaked at the install point the first time used.

        I ended up removing the oral inflators and patching the holes with a vinyl patch kit. They are completely unnecessary anyhow as the 100# bags have a dump valve... and who's going to fill a 100# bag manually? They are better bags now, but I'll buy the professional bags if I ever need another.

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          5.0

          Excellent

          By scott

          from Long Island NY

          About Me Advanced Diver

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Functional
          • Improves Diving Experience
          • Solid Construction

          Cons

          • Bulky

          Best Uses

          • All Diving Applications

          Comments about Subsalve USA Quad Bag:

          Excellent lift bag. Little bulky when rolled up, but this is because it is so well made.

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          Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
          DIGITAL B  the outer lining is super tough and withstands a lot of abuse. the overall size of the bag could be a bit larger but for simple low weight lifts, this will do.
          Jack M  What are the dimensions of the bags?
          JOSEPH O  Perfect for lifting meg teeth, lobster and fish. Rools up nice, about 10" long by 3" dia. Love it
          Shopper  How to fill with air ?
          DANIEL L  With octopus, just need a small amount depending on depth as the air will expand and it will be fully inflated at surface. works great
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