RM108.00
Mares Cruise Regulator Bag
Price RM108.00
Product SKU MRSCRB
Brand Mares
Size (L x W x H) 26 cm x 10 cm x 36 cm
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Big enough to hold a regulator, gauges, and an octopus, this bag has extra cushions which protects all the items from the other items in the bag by providing a separation of more expensive instruments from the rest of your gear. The main compartment has a zipper closure with dual sliders and pull tabs, the regulator bag as a mesh zippered compartment inside and an additional removable computer bag. Popular for its Durability, Ease of Cleaning and Large Capacity, with decent care, this bag can last for many years throughout your dive adventures!

 

Mares Cruise Regulator Bag Features:

  • Ideal for Travel
  • Protects Valuable Regulator and Gauges
  • Separated compartments in bag
  • Large capacity
  • Extra Cushion and Protection
  • Business Card Pocket
  • Additional Removable Computer Bag

 

 

Mares Cruise Regulator Bag Reviews by netizens:

“It's well made and all you'll ever need. I use the small pouch for my wrist computer.”

 

“Perfect size for my full reg set, first and second stages, with Octo AND I keep my computer in case inside here too when traveling. Shoulder strap is a nice addition, easy to carry, padded and full open zip. Good design.”

 

“I have 2 of these, they are great, they are soft, has an attached by string loose smaller inner velcro bag for my dive computer. I put the stage1&2 in this with my dive computer in the smaller "pouch" and keeps everything safely protected.”

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