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Cressi Start Pro 2.0 BCD Review

The Cressi Start Pro 2.0 BCD is designed for beginner divers. It’s the latest revision of the Cressi Start BCD series. The original BCD was (and still is) one of the most used buoyancy compensators you can find. Just because it has the word ‘Start’ in its name, doesn’t mean it’s not a durable and […]

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Best BCD for Women

BCD’s traditionally had been designed for men. This often made them uncomfortable to wear for women even if they used small sized versions. Over the years more and more labels introduced BCD’s specifically designed for women. Usually, they differ in length, width of shoulder straps, cummerbund, etc. To get a better idea on which criteria […]

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Scuba BCD Buying Guide

A BCD (Buoyancy Control Device or short BC) is one of the essential pieces of dive equipment there is. You can rent it in dive stores or simply get your own. As it is one of those parts of equipment that could end up a bit of adjustments to fit perfectly right, it does make […]

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Back Inflate BCD vs Jacket Style BCD

When you’re getting out in the water, you’ll want a BCD which is also known as a buoyancy control device. These are an essential piece of your diving gear. But as with any other kind of gear, there are a lot of choices out there for you to pick from. There are two main kinds of […]

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Aqualung Axiom BCD Review

The Aqua Lung Axiom is a jacket style BCD that has been introduced to the market years ago. It has since then been has been available now for a few years. It is available with two different inflation systems. You can either use the Aqualung i3 or the Powerline system. The BCD has an easy-to-adjust […]

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Zeagle Ranger BCD Review

The Zeagle Ranger BCD is the most copied buoyancy compensator in history. It was the first to combine heavy-duty construction with the highest quality materials and packed weight integration and back inflation into the mix. It’s a very versatile BCD that you’ll be able to use for pretty much any kind of diving. While it’s […]

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Zeagle Scout BCD Review

The Zeagle Scout BCD has been around for a while. It is a lightweight system which makes it perfect for travel. Even though this BCD is light in weight, it is sturdy and built with the highest quality materials. The Scout is designed as a low-profile back inflated BCD. It consists of a single air […]

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Aqualung Dimension i3 BCD Review

The Aqualung Dimension i3 is not the newest BCD on the market. It’s been around for a few years now but it still is one of the best and most reliable BCD’s you can find. The Dimension i3 is a back inflated BCD. It’s pretty light which makes it a good choice for traveling with […]

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