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ScubaLab Gear Reviews: Travel Essentials for Divers
The Sg500 (formerly called the bonaire) weighs in at just over two-and-a-half pounds. It features a balanced diaphragm first stage with high-flow lP ports, an adjustable venturi switch, an orthodontic mouthpiece and a high-flex rubber hose. Breathing performance is stellar under virtually all diving conditions, including the extremes.
Travel dive gear is lighter, so you can pack more stuff without incurring excess-weight fees, and it's more compact, allowing you to take what you want in fewer bags - eliminating extra baggage fees. And there are more travel-specific models on the market than ever. No doubt about it, globe-trotting is easy when the equipment you're traveling with is designed for life on the road.