Can I just point something out that might make your skin crawl? Did you realize that next week is Thanksgiving? How about this… In 6 Monday’s it will be Christmas Day. That means 6 weekends until Christmas. And while we shouldn’t rush things and we should dedicate the month to what it is… the Turkey’s Day (also known as reasons to be thankful), it’s not a bad idea to start planning those Christmas presents. Just an idea anyway.
That’s why it gives me great pleasure to tell you about this really cool item…
Regulator and Instrument Bag
So, here’s a fun thought… When you buy a piece of expensive gear, why wouldn’t you want a bag to protect it? This protects a vital piece of equipment that helps you experience the underwater world.
This is a padded bag to allow protection for your regulator, gauges, and dive computer. Complete with a padded, adjustable shoulder strap and handle to make it convenient for carrying.
Constructed from a combination of 420D Nylon NT and 450D Rip-stop for strength and durability.
- Interior lining is 150D polyester to enhance durability.
- Internal Velcro straps secure a coiled reg or console hoses.
- Double-slider zipper makes it easy to access the main compartment.
- Padded handle and a shoulder strap allow for comfortable and convenient carrying.
- Transparent zippered pouch is provided for storing a logbook.
- Computer Bag is also sold separately.
- Regulator Bag dimensions: 13.8×10.2x4in/35x26x10cm. Weight: .7lb/350. Volume: 2.4gal/9L.
- Computer Bag dimensions: 4.5×2.8x6in/11.5x7x15cm. Weight: .2lb/100g. Volume: .2gal/1L.
Now, piggybacking on the previous statement of how Christmas is quickly approaching, here is your first warning of what the new year on the blog will bring… Are you ready?
Since September 2013 you have seen and read blog posts by yours truly about many different topics. While this will stay true to form, the month of January, which is dreary and cold… There will be 31 blog posts in 31 days. WHAT?!?! But…. The real kicker is I will only write a few of them.
Okay, what gives? Who is writing the rest of them? That’s just it. I have multiple guest posters ranging from our instructors to assistant instructors to that IT Tech dude and even fellow divers. We have all been assigned different topics. We are writing posts for current divers, new divers, potential divers, techy divers, etc. The list is limitless.
Be sure to let us know if there is something you would like us to cover. Also please support this endeavor by reading and sharing these posts. The more you share, the more people who will see/read them!