The 911 BC was introduced in 1997, in response to many requests from Public Safety divers for a system designed to fit their needs. The 911 has been proven by a large number of public safety agencies around the world to be a durable and flexible platform.
Based on the Tech 10 platform with a twin buckle front closure, but with additional features. These include SOLAS standard symbols on buckles, reflective trim on the bladder, additional D-rings, pockets for long octopus hose storage on each bladder wing, and an included split saddle harness.
PFS sizing system Single or twin cylinder capability Two double pull waist buckles in front 1050 Denier Ballistic nylon 65lb lift Ballistic bladder 36lb capacity Ripcord weight system 20lb capacity rear trim weight pockets Adjustable sternum strap Four D-rings on shoulders, two adjustable 11″ spaced grommets for mounting twin cylinders and metal backplates Two zippered utility pockets Full lumbar pad Six stainless steel D-rings on vest SOLAS reflective symbols on buckles Reflective 3M ScotchLite® trim on bladder Split saddle strap Two hose storage pockets on the bladder
Vest Measure Waist Size then Measure Shoulder to Waist SM 28″-35″ SM 14″-18″ MD 33″-41″ MD 18″-22″ LG 37″-45″
LG 22″-26″ XL 42″-50″ XL 26″-29″ XXL Custom XXL Custom
It was a cold and frosty start to this mornings dive activities... however with 15 degrees difference it was warmer in the water than out... well done to Jasper on completing open water and drysuit course. James on your Advanced completion (have great trip to Borneo) and to Alan who began his advances dive journey. Massive thanks to the dive crew Paul, Phil, Steve, Martin and Graeme... ... See MoreSee Less
Hi there is interest in organizing a weekends diving down in Porthkerris Cornwall. I'm sure you have all had a look at the link I put on with my original post with information about Porthkerris and the facilities it offers. I'm looking at booking a few spaces on the shore diving field for camping can you please let me know if you intend to camp on the field so can get idea of numbers.If you have other arrangements ie self catering accommodation etc i will leave this upto yourselves to book i will only book the field for camping. i am going to go with the weekend of the 22/23 of June, the weekend can also be weather dependent as sometimes the winds can pick up and swing around to easterlies which can ruin the diving conditions at the location. ... See MoreSee Less