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About Zeagle 911 BCD with Ripcord System, Black

The 911 BCD is a Back-Inflation Buoyancy System Designed for the Public Safety Diver. Based on the Tech Platform, the 911 with Twin Buckle Front Closures, Adjustable Torso" Straps and Dual Position Adjustable Sternum Strap, all with Squeeze Style" Quick-Release Buckles. The BCD's Air Cell provides 65 lbs. (29.48 kg) of Lift with its Durable 1050-Denier Ballistic Nylon Outer Bag with 3M Scotch-Lite Trim and Urethane Inner Bladder. This model adds Zippered Storage Pockets over the 36 lbs. (16.33 kg) Ripcord Weight Pockets, has Hose Storage Pockets on both sides of the bladder, SOLAS Reflective Tape on the Buckles for High Visibility, and a Split Saddle Harness. The 911 is also equipped with 20 lbs. (9.72 kg) Capacity Rear Trim Weight Pockets for Stability in the water.

Zeagle's Special Purpose Buoyancy Systems have grown out of Zeagle's involvement with various Public Safety Diving Agencies and Technical Divers. Zeagle incorporate features which divers in these Highly Specialized Fields have requested. Attachment of accessories is made easy with 6-Stainless Steel D-Rings on the Vest and 4-D-Rings on the Shoulders. There are also 2-Hose Storage Pockets on the Bladder.

The 911 BCD has 11" (27.9 cm) Spaced Grommets for Mounting Twin Cylinder Back-Plate so it is compatible with both Single or Double Cylinder Set-Ups. BCD has Full Lumbar Pad for Comfort. Articulated Shoulders that Reduce Binding in the Underarms and Chest Area as well as Increased Freedom of Movement all for added Comfort and Fit.

The 911 BCD comes standard with Zeagle's BX Power Inflator System. The BX Power Inflator makes Preventative Maintenance easy with its Threaded Lower Mechanism that allows the attachment of a garden hose for Fast and Easy Inner Bladder Rinsing. The Bx is also connected to a Pull Dump Valve for Rapid Deflation. Trimming Buoyancy in any position is made easy with the additional 2 Lower Rear Over-Pressure Relief/Pull Dump Valves with Pull Cords. BCD is available in multiple sizes, comes with a Low Pressure Quick-Disconnect Hose and is made in the USA.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited lifetime warranty.


Zeagle 911 BCD with Ripcord System, Black Features

  • Zeagle 911 BCD with Ripcord System
  • Back Inflation Buoyancy System
  • Designed for the Public Safety Diver
  • PFS Sizing System
  • Outer Bag: 1050-Denier Ballistic Nylon
  • Inner Bladder: Urethane
  • Lift: 65 lbs. (29.48 kg) Lift
  • Ripcord Weight System Capacity: 36 lbs. (16.33 kg)
  • Rear Trim Weight Pocket Capacity: 20 lbs. (9.72 kg)
  • 3M ScotchLite Trim for High Visibility
  • Six Stainless Steel D-Rings on Vest
  • Four D-Rings on Shoulders, 2 Adjustable
  • 11" (27.90 cm) Spaced Grommets for Mounting Twin Cylinder Back-Plates
  • Two Zippered Utility Pockets
  • Single or Twin Cylinder Capability
  • Split Saddle Harness
  • Adjustable Sternum Strap
  • Full Lumbar Pad
  • Two Double Pull Waist Buckles in Front
  • Two Hose Storage Pockets on Bladder
  • Articulated Shoulder:
    Reduce Binding in Underarm and Chest Area
    Increases Freedom of Movement
  • SOLAS Reflective Symbols on Buckles
  • Bx Power Inflator Assembly with LP QD Hose
  • Bx Coupler
  • Easy to Wash the Interior of BCD Bladder
  • Hooks Up to Standard Garden Hose
  • 3 Pull Dump Over Pressure Relief Valves

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Best of many I have owned!!!!




Outstanding BC


Outastanding BC with all of the features available on the Zeagle Ranger but with a 65lb lift bladder. As usual, outsatanding deals and fast delivery, Thank you Leisure Pro.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
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Chris D  Can't decide what to get! Looking at 911, ranger or ranger ltd. Will mainly be used for research but will also be my recreational bc May also consider tech 10 I live in north Western Australia Can someone help guide me?
ROBERT M  Also, there are two spaces on either side, between the bladder and pockets, for an SMB or two with finger reals. SMB pockets are available cheap and fit well... you don't even realize they are there until you need them. I would recommend going with stainless steel hardware as they're easier to maintain and match the mounting points of the BCD. Hope this helps and good luck in your purchase, -Rob
ROBERT M  I've owned the 911 for three years now with 200+ dives. For me this is a perfect hybrid between a wing and wrap around style BCD. You get the level plane glide position without sacrificing pocket space. Perfect for instruction as there are several well placed and designed rings and enough pocket space for spare mask, rescue breathing mask and even a small flashlight. Also the additional octo / spare regulator attachment, built into the inflator, has worked well and reduced my number of hoses... a bit restrictive for right head turn movement though. The ripcord weight release system works well, only requiring adjustment every year or so. Overall super high quality material, very tough. I would definitely recommend this BCD.
ali s  can i assemble my zeagle backplate to zeagle 911?
ali s  yes, i want to dive with doubles. i think it will be more efficient with backplate? and can i use any of zeagle backplates?
GARRETT D  I need a little more info. Are you diving with doubles?
DAVID C  They were back ordered at the time I ordered mine and ended up changing to a OMS setup and love it. Don't know the answer for you but I hope they have what you need. Sorry
JEFFERY A  Yes you can. I've used twin tanks with a back plate on my 911
BLAIR A  It's not quite as intuitive as I hoped but it ended up being easier then I expected. There were very limited instruction sets out on the web so I basically took the whole thing apart hoping I could re-thread the bladder through my Zeagle backplate. Turned out it was much easier. Just un-velcro the back pad. Bolt the backplate on and re-velcro the back pad. You have the stretch the back pad out a bit but the velcro on the the Zeagles are so strong it worked out. I've been diving with it for month now with no problems. I have yet to setup doubles and I'm curious to see if the bladder gets in the way with the pressure from the backplate on the other side. The bladder seems out to the side enough and big enough that it should be okay.
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