Aqua Lung’s Travel Line is a convenient, carry on option for a full set of gear that allows you to avoid baggage fees and the hassle of lost luggage.
Aqua Lung’s Zuma is a featherweight back-buoyancy BC designed for travel. It packs so compactly you can easily fit it into a carry-on bag.
The Hotshot is part of Aqua Lung’s new line of travel gear. It’s a real rocket fin whose multiple kicking characteristics give it a lot of versatility.
Aqua Lung’s i3 technology for BCs is now available in back inflation. The Dimenion and Lotus, designed for men and women, respectively, provide a single-touch control lever for both inflation and deflation.
Utilizing Aqua Flex four-way stretch neoprene throughout, the Aqua Lung SolAfx packs 8 mm in the torso for heavy thermal protection to the core area, and 7 mm in the arms and legs for enhanced flexibility on the surface and at depth.
The Express Adjustable delivers kicking power and comfort for year-round diving in all conditions. Now available in an open-heeled version, the Express Adjustable Fin uses Aqua Lung’s patented mid-foot flex joint to take strain off the toes and ankle.
When ScubaLab put the Mikron on the ANSTI breathing machine, it pumped out lots of air, even at extreme depths and breathing rates. Built for traveling, the Mikron features a balanced-diaphragm first stage that isn’t much bigger than a golf ball, a compact, pneumatically balanced second stage and an ultra-light, ultra-flexible braided hose.
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The Legend LUX regulator crafts the future with innovative technology and sleek cosmetic appeal. The new Legend LUX is smaller and lighter than its predecessors and features the all new Master Breathing System (MBS) technology. When you dive with a Legend, you’re diving with the best. So why not get one that looks the best too? There is no mistaking the rich look of Legend Lux’s tougher than-nails pink gold PVD finish.
Sure, there might be other dive gear deemed more important to basic survival (a reg) or your general well-being (a dive computer) than a BC. But when it comes to being able to comfortably acclimate to being underwater — to the point where you feel like a resident rather than a clumsy topside tourist — the BC is the most important component of your kit.
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