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.
Protect your Investment in Life Support Equipment by Stowing your Regulator in this Padded Regulator Bag with Adjustable and Removable Shoulder Strap. Aqua Lung knows the Value of your Regulator System and has designed this Bag with that in mind. Along with the Padding to Protect the Delicate Equipment the Bag also has Interior Velcro Tie-Downs to Secure the Regulator, Interior Sleeve for Delicate Instruments both Prevent Regulator and Instruments from Banging against one another.
Bag is Constructed from Durable and Strong 600-Denier Nylon with a Heavy-Duty PVC Coating and has a Zippered Exterior Compartment for Convenient Storage of Accessory Items. Bag has a Nylon Portage Sleeve that Slides over the Extendable Handles of Roller Bags and a Padded Top Grab Handle both for Easy Transport. All these great features make this one great bag. The Aqua Lung Legend Regulator Bag measures 16" x 12" x 5" (40.6 x 30.5 x 12.7 cm) with a volume of 960 cubic inches (15.7 liters) and weighs approximately 19.3 oz (550 g) when empty. Bag is Black in color and is covered by a 24 month limited warranty.
This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.
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I like this bag. I bought it to go with my Aqualung Legend regulator and Genesis Reactpro console computer. I like the extra padded sleeve that fits my console computer perfectly. My regulator, octopus and computer fit nicely and the protective padding makes me feel better about carrying it around. The hook and loop straps help to keep the hoses organized but the first stage sits a bit awkwardly in the corner. The bag feels a bit large for one regulator setup but the protective sleeve will only accommodate one SPG/computer console. The good news is there's room for other soft items like a bathing suit or towel that can provide additional padding.
There is a zippered external pocket that is a nice place to keep a spare battery, dive log, recreational dive planner, spare mouthpiece, etc. The issue I have with it is the shoulder strap.
The hooks on the end of shoulder strap do not attach and detach very well. There is a keeper on the clip that does not move out of the way sufficiently to allow the hook to be removed from the attachment points on the bag. I broke this retainer the first time I tried to remove the shoulder strap and now the strap is useless as the parts are plastic and cannot be repaired and the hook will easily fall off the attachment point and that's really disappointing as I'm sure I'm not the only person to have this issue. It appears to be a design flaw.
The bag itself is good and I recommend it but the shoulder strap is a fail.