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5 of the best

6 of the best bags

The best way to carry your dive gear? We’ve got it in the bag

 

  • Aqua Lung T3 Messenger optAqua Lung T3 Messenger Bag

    Baggage restrictions on airlines mean we’re all looking to travel light. This messenger bag is perfect for flying. It has a padded internal pocket for a laptop, an externally zipped pocket for documents and passport and, most impressive of all, weighs just 360g.
  • Apeks Regulator Instru optApeks Regulator Instrument Bag

    Large enough to carry any set of regs, including first stage, second stage, octopus and instrument console, Apeks’ bag is padded to protect your regulator getting damaged. A nice improvement on many designs is the mesh panel at the bottom of the bag. This allows water to drain away and prevents moisture building up.

  • ScubaproTabletBag optScubapro Tablet Bag
     

    Cant bear to be parted from your precious tablet? We know how you feel... and so does Scubapro, whos made this protective case for your iPad. Itll protect your tablet from the elements and a soft lining stops the screen getting scratched (it also matches the other bags in Scubapros range, if thats important to you). 
  • Hollis gear gulper optHollis Gear Gulper

    Kitting up in a car park? Then you don’t really need a bag at all. The Gear Gulper holds all your dive kit together in a van or car, can be stacked with your buddies’ kit, and unlike an expensive bag, it doesn’t matter if wet gear goes straight back in it for the journey home.

  • Scubapro Porter Bag optScubapro Porter Bag
     

    Don’t know whether it’s best to pull your dive bag along on wheels, or carry it on your back? This bag does both. Roll it through the airport, as though you’re a smart business traveller, then when you reach your destination you can hitch it up onto your shoulders like the intrepid backpacker you are. Perfect.

  • Mares dry bag optMares Dry Bag

    This is an invaluable bit of kit if you’re RIB diving and need somewhere to keep valuable items dry. We’re talking wallets, car keys, chocolate snacks – life’s essentials. Roll the top down to close it and make it water tight, then clip it onto the RIB itself for safekeeping.

 

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