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New BCDs from Zeagle

Zeagle are introducing an innovative range of new BCDs to be available from spring 2010.

The RangerJr is designed for children and has inbuilt growing room. With the same rugged construction as the Ranger BCD, it incorporates a Personal Fit System that allows the BCD to grow at the same rate as your child. The waist panel can be adjusted by several inches and the shoulder section can be replaced with larger sections when the child starts to shoot upwards. The new features and quality construction mean this BCD will last your child for many years.

The new Stiletto LTD is the latest travel BCD incorporating the best features of the Ranger LTD. It retains the 24lb (11kg) Ripcord weight system with 12lb (5.5kg) capacity mesh pouches to make loading and unloading the weight pockets simple. A new right hand dump valve on its 35lb lift bladder brings the number of air dump points to four. A Zip Mount Adaptor has been installed for easy customization with zip-on accessories and the harness type webbing and threading arrangement means more D-rings and other extras can easily be added on the shoulder.

The Ranger W is the female version of the Ranger BCD with the same rugged construction and materials. It has been adapted to give a proper fit for the female torso. The side panels have been moved up to fit the female's natural waistline and the bottom of the vest has a scoop cut into it to allow the sides to flare out over the hips. Finally the shoulder straps were narrowed which, when combined with the adjustable sternum strap, increases comfort and fit in the bust area.

 

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