About Scubapro Dive N' Roll Gear Bag

Travel is a major part of diving and SCUBAPRO appreciates the importance of correctly transporting and protecting your equipment. SCUBAPRO's bag line has been developed for diver particular needs, incorporating convenience and comfort into ultra-strong gear bags. SCUBAPRO "Black Edition" bags have been designed using precise and technical specifications for resistance and durability, engineered for long life wear and tear, able to withstand harsh treatment, even in the wettest conditions.

The Scuba Pro Dive N' Roll Gear Bag is designed to securely transport all your primary diving gear. This large wheeled bag has a virtually indestructible hard-shell back, corrosion resistant zippers and a removable backpack. This Robust, Abrasion Resistant yet Lightweight 420D NT Fabric, a combination of Nylon and Reinforced Polyester PVC, 450D Rip-Stop and 600D Polyester/PU exterior with a 150D Polyester/PU interior lining, is sewn with Extremely Resistant against Salt and Traction Polyester Thread for extreme strength and durability. The Bag is equipped with Coil Zippers with Customized SCUBAPRO Pullers. The Main Compartments feature Double Zipper Sliders to enable the use of a Locking System.

A unique feature of the Dive N' Roll Gear Bag is the Detachable Day Pack with Padded Shoulder Straps. This Day Pack can be easily un-zipped from the main bag so you can keep items with you that you may need easy access to. When traveling this convenient Day Pack can carry items like your tickets, passport, ID in-fight entertainment (i.e. iPod, MP3 or a book) along with a change of clothing. The Dive N' Roll Gear Bag has multiple handles for easy transport that included Side and Top Grab Handles with Padding for Comfort. A Retractable Top Handle and the Salt Water Resistant In-Line Roller Skate Quality Wheels with Stainless Steel Axils make maneuvering through a busy terminal a breeze. Bag has a Removable ID Card Holder for quick bag identification when you travel. Bag measures 28.4" x 18.1" x 17.3" (72.1 x 46 x 43.9 cm) with a volume of 8,893 cubic inches (145.7 liters) and weighs 14.1 lbs (6.4 kg) when empty.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Scubapro Dive N' Roll Gear Bag Features

  • Scuba Pro Dive N' Roll Gear Bag
  • Convenience and Comfort in Ultra-Strong Gear Bag
  • SCUBAPRO "Black Edition" Bags
  • Designed using Precise and Technical Specifications for Resistance and Durability
  • Engineered for Long Life, Wear and Tear
  • Designed to Securely Transport All your Primary Diving Gear
  • Virtually Indestructible Hard-Shell Back
  • Corrosion Resistant Coil Zippers
  • Robust, Abrasion Resistant yet Lightweight
  • Exterior: 420D NT Fabric: Combination of Nylon and Reinforced Polyester PVC, 450D Rip-Stop and 600D Polyester/PU
  • Interior: 150D Polyester/PU
  • Wheels: In-Line Skate Quality
  • Axils: Stainless Steel
  • Multiple Padded Grab Handles
  • Telescoping Pull Handle
  • Detachable Day Pack with Padded Shoulder Straps
  • Removable ID Card Holder
  • Dimensions: 28.4" x 18.1" x 17.3" (72.1 x 46 x 43.9 cm)
  • Volume: 8,893 cubic inches (145.7 liters)
  • Weight (empty): 14.1 lbs (6.4 kg)

Scubapro Dive N' Roll Gear Bag Specifications

Overall Measurements
28.4" X 18.1" X 17.3" (72.1 X 46 X 43.9 Cm)
Volume (Cu. In./Liters)
8,893 Cubic Inches (145.7 Liters)
Weighs (Empty)
14.1 Lbs (6.4 Kg)
Coil Zippers
Exterior: 420D Nt Fabric, 450D Rip-Stop And 600D Polyester/Pu Interior: 150D Polyester/Pu, Axils: Stainless Steel
Roller Gear Bag With Detachable Day Pack
Top And Side Grab Handles, Telescoping Pull Handle
Weight [with packaging]
13.25 lb
Mfr #

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Perfect Check-In Scuba Bag

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  • Large Capacity
  • Lots Of Pockets


    Best Uses

    • SCUBA Gear
    • Vacation

    Comments about Scubapro Dive N' Roll Gear Bag:

    Bought this for an upcoming trip to Cozumel – Everything I own for the trip fits perfectly into this dive bag. I have the ScubaPro Glide Pro with the Air/2 integrated inflation hose... I wanted something that would protect this during transit and this bag does just that.

    I was concerned about the weight; however, with absolutely everything packed into this check-in bag - both the dimensions and the weight fall below most airline check-in requirements. I packed this bag full with the ScubaPro Glide Pro BC w/Air2, Regulator (contained in the ScubaPro regulator bag), ScubaPro Galileo Sol dive computer, Mask/Fins/Snorkel, ScubaPro mesh bag, Bare 3mm Elastek wetsuit, 3mm vest, 7mm boots – everything, bag and all, comes to 47 pounds.

    I plan to take the dive computer and regulator as a carry on – but the way this bag is designed, I doubt I would need to. The reinforced/plastic sides and back of this bag should protect everything inside, fins fit perfectly in the front flap and the zip off backpack is an added bonus! I look forward to trying this and all my equipment out on my first real dive trip this summer!

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    Paul C  Is this 2-in-1 or 3-in-1? Most sites advertise this as a 2-in-1 which includes a day pack and the bottom hardshell roller. However, on the youtube review of this bag, it shows 3 parts: day pack, top of the hardshell roller and bottom of the hardshell roller. I understand there're many iterations of the Dive'n'Roll. There's even a 3-in-1 from Japan that's hardshell, backpack, and waist pack. So which one is it?
    Frank L  2 in 1. Hardshell roller bag with detachable backpack on front.
    Shopper  does this bag hold equipment for 2 divers - Bc, wet suit, mask, fins, boots, reg, dive computer?
    GRACE P  No - I would recommend one bag for each diver, if you really want a bag that you can place in overhead compartment of plane when you travel. If you are OK checking the bag, go for one of the really big bags and you can keep two divers' eq in it.
    Shopper  are there drainage holes- maybe in the hard portion of the bag?
    CENK C  no, there are no drainage holes in either the front or the hard portion of the bag. the hard portion of the bag is more like a dry bag. it does not let any water leak. it is kind of useful when you put wet clothes and don't want them to wet your car.
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