Aqualung, pro qdi3 + sure lock
Young N1, I had the chance to test this stab changing materials club entry level to which I m used to. after some dives in a structure south of France, my instructor suggested that I test the PRO QDi3 in explaining the inflation system. A few minutes later, towards the big blue and the water. Comfort vest dry (portage up to the boat), tuning classic straps (a ring that you pull). The big question, the inflation system: funky, surprising on the surface, in fact it seems too fast but when it is the immersion of a diabolical precision. A simple finger swipe to see a flick (probably very useful with large gloves) to inflate or empty stab with a simple glance right shoulder. Finished searching the tube and having to reach out to clear up a little air. Against by saying that you go up and you pull you down and shoot you a little simplistic, in fact you draw you inflate, deflate you shoot you without parasites movements imbalances and allow the beginner to experienced diver s care of other things (Photo, student, etc. ..). Brief conquered me, strongly christmas. In summary, a great tool, a beautiful object and very good quality. all good bubble
Best bcd-jacket ever had
This is most comfortable bcd-jacket what I ever had. It has got 3 inflation system is fantastic and easy to use. Because of flat valves just litle of water get in. I recommend to anyone who likes recreational diving.
Pro qd + i3
I got this bcd-jacket a couple of months ago, did 6 dives in it so far. Although it is the first one I own, I tried a lot of rental bcd-jackets, and I would recommend this one for everyone who likes recreational diving. Very comfortable, excellent fit. I3 System very intuitive, very easy to use and very effective. You can deflate your bcd-jacket in almost any position. Excellent choice
Great product, responsive to the slightest touch of joystick. More than 70 dives with this vest, I do not get tired. Namely, there are also pockets for weights in the back. Only downside, the risk of losing the pockets pellet then a board, attach with a big fishing line to avoid this (it happened to me once)