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About XS Scuba Collection Bag

When we dive there are many things on the bottom that are collectable. If you're just cruising the bottom and are collecting trash to help protect the reef, hunting for artifacts both natural and manmade or on the hunt for increasable eatables a Collection bag can come in handy. XS Scuba's Collection Bag is built to meet the needs of the diver. Bag is made from High Quality Nylon Mesh with a simple Nylon Cord Drawstring Closure with Barrel Slide Lock. Bag is designed to carry small items and measures 9" x 12" (22.9 x 30.5 cm) and is equipped with a Deluxe Swivel Gate Clip for attachment to your gear.

XS Scuba Collection Bag Features

  • XS Scuba Collection Bag
  • Great for Artifacts, Reef Clean Up and Game
  • High Quality Nylon Mesh Bag
  • Nylon Cord Drawstring Closure with Barrel Lock
  • Designed for Carrying Small Items
  • Deluxe Swivel Gate Clip for Attachment to Diver
  • Dimensions: 9" x 12" (22.9 x 30.5 cm)

XS Scuba Collection Bag Specifications

Overall Measurements
9" X 12" (22.9 X 30.5 Cm)
Closure
Nylon Cord Drawstring With Barrel Slide Lock
Material
Nylon Mesh
Type
Mesh Collection
Handles
Gate Clip And Drawstring
Weight [with packaging]
0.1 lb
Mfr #
SKU
XSSCLB

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5.0

Good Collection Bag

By PJ

from Charleston, SC

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Pros

  • Drains Easily
  • Large Capacity

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    Comments about XS Scuba Collection Bag:

    Great to have during a river dive when you find those big megaladon teeth!

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    David P  Is the color black a concern in that it might look like a small animal that a shark or cuda may be tempted to bite?
    ERIC Y  ..no, generally speaking, black is not a troublesome color. Throughout the history of diving black has been a predominant color used by divers. Even the "Mythbusters" showed that yellow tended to garner more strikes from great whites than red, blue or black...anyway, no...you need not be concerned with things in black. My wife and I dove this with 6-9 adult tiger sharks and schools of cuda's a couple summers ago in NC...not even a special interest from any of the toothy critters :-)BTW, I was wearing a black wetsuit, black fins, and a black mask :-)
    David P  Interesting, since black wet suits might look a wee bit like a seal[?]. I am even wary of spalshing as I play in the waves, or float along with a mask in 4-ft water collecting shells and watching small fish follow my hands. Listen I know you've heard of "necromones", gleaned from dead sharks, bottled, and tested with live sharks. Remember the effect? I love swimming in the ocean! Why do I even after watching Discovery Channel about their lethal potential?/who knows, but I am baffled why we do not have lines of shark shield within a perimeter of 100 yards off coasts where we like to frolic in the waves. I may want to buy something to wear or keep on me; I am concerned though that while wading or floating along, I will not see the shark first. Oh well, thx for the info!
    David P  Is the color black a concern in that it might look like a small animal that a shark or cuda may be tempted to bite?
    ERIC Y  ..no, generally speaking, black is not a troublesome color. Throughout the history of diving black has been a predominant color used by divers. Even the "Mythbusters" showed that yellow tended to garner more strikes from great whites than red, blue or black...anyway, no...you need not be concerned with things in black. My wife and I dove this with 6-9 adult tiger sharks and schools of cuda's a couple summers ago in NC...not even a special interest from any of the toothy critters :-)BTW, I was wearing a black wetsuit, black fins, and a black mask :-)
    David P  Interesting, since black wet suits might look a wee bit like a seal[?]. I am even wary of spalshing as I play in the waves, or float along with a mask in 4-ft water collecting shells and watching small fish follow my hands. Listen I know you've heard of "necromones", gleaned from dead sharks, bottled, and tested with live sharks. Remember the effect? I love swimming in the ocean! Why do I even after watching Discovery Channel about their lethal potential?/who knows, but I am baffled why we do not have lines of shark shield within a perimeter of 100 yards off coasts where we like to frolic in the waves. I may want to buy something to wear or keep on me; I am concerned though that while wading or floating along, I will not see the shark first. Oh well, thx for the info!
    David P  Is the color black a concern in that it might look like a small animal that a shark or cuda may be tempted to bite?
    ERIC Y  ..no, generally speaking, black is not a troublesome color. Throughout the history of diving black has been a predominant color used by divers. Even the "Mythbusters" showed that yellow tended to garner more strikes from great whites than red, blue or black...anyway, no...you need not be concerned with things in black. My wife and I dove this with 6-9 adult tiger sharks and schools of cuda's a couple summers ago in NC...not even a special interest from any of the toothy critters :-)BTW, I was wearing a black wetsuit, black fins, and a black mask :-)
    David P  Interesting, since black wet suits might look a wee bit like a seal[?]. I am even wary of spalshing as I play in the waves, or float along with a mask in 4-ft water collecting shells and watching small fish follow my hands. Listen I know you've heard of "necromones", gleaned from dead sharks, bottled, and tested with live sharks. Remember the effect? I love swimming in the ocean! Why do I even after watching Discovery Channel about their lethal potential?/who knows, but I am baffled why we do not have lines of shark shield within a perimeter of 100 yards off coasts where we like to frolic in the waves. I may want to buy something to wear or keep on me; I am concerned though that while wading or floating along, I will not see the shark first. Oh well, thx for the info!
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