TUSA’s BCJ-4000 — the Soverin — is made of 500 Denier Cordura nylon and is loaded with features. The Ultimate Stabilizing Harness uses strategically placed rails to hold the tank in place. The Independent Harness System isolates harness from air cell for better comfort and stability at depth. And the Waist Support System integrates the shoulder harness with the rear stabilizing plate and cummerbund to reduce the load on the hips. The Soverin provides lots of padding on the shoulders and an excellent back and lumbar pad, yet the BC has no inherent buoyancy. Four cargo pockets and some good-sized D-rings are provided for carrying extra gear. Bottom Line: In recent ScubaLab BC tests, the Soverin earned some of the best scores in comfort, stability and valve operation.
60:Second ScubaLab - TUSA BCJ-4000 Soverin BC
TUSA’s - BCJ-4000 the Soverin
TUSA’s BCJ-4000 — the Soverin — is made of 500 Denier Cordura nylon and is loaded with features. The Ultimate Stabilizing Harness uses strategically placed rails to hold the tank in place.
The new RS-790 is Tusa’s flagship regulator. Its first stage, the R-700, is a balanced diaphragm design with a dry ambient pressure chamber for cold-water diving. Its ribbed top cap nearly doubles the surface area for thermal exchange—which is all-important for minimizing freeze-ups in ultra-cold conditions.
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Warm-water divers will appreciate TUSA's lightweight and compact Voyager for its packability and performance. Weighing in at just 4.4 pounds, the BCJ 1800 Voyager is the perfect option for jet-setting divers who want a light, compact BC that performs like a heavyweight champ.
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The RS-680 regulator from TUSA features a compact, lightweight design. It contains two high-pressure and four low-pressure ports and is available in both DIN and yoke versionsThe RS-680 also incorporates TUSA’s Sequential Exhaust Assist (or S.E.A.), a new design featuring a dual exhaust system to decrease breathing effort during exhalation. The entire second stage also swivels 360 degrees to prevent jaw fatigue and add to overall comfort.
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