The Buoyancy Control Device (Mostly referred to as BCD) is a life supporting diving equipment which it's right purchase to fit your body and your needs with all the required safety measures is of crucial importance
The BCD is a vest-like wear diving equipment. Its main role is to buoyance the diver by an increase/decrease of the air that wraps the diver's volume by inflating or deflating the air cells inside the BCD, and thus control the diver's buoyancy and allow him to go deeper or shallower inside the water in a controlled matter. Another role of the BCD is to be some sort of a life vest – when ever the diver comes up from the dive, he has to inflate the BCD and does not need to put any more effort to float. Inflating the BCD is done by compressing air into it from the tank on the diver's back or through an oral mouthpiece. The BCD has 2 deflating valves in upper and the lower sides of the BCD to deflate air even when the BCD is upside down during our movement in the water. On the back of the BCD there's an air tank where we breath from and is supported by a tough plastic/metal board. In the past, the BCD was not connected to the tank, but instead was worn on the front of the body and the air tanks were carried with handles or aluminum rods on the back. This method was not very comfortable and because of that the BCD became a carrier for the air tanks. The BCD contains pockets to carry extra diving accessories such as: Different tools, decompression tables, diving equipment and other accessories for the diver's comfort. A good BCD contains plastic/metal D-rings for equipment hanging. When ever you buy a BCD you have to make sure it fits exactly onto your body and contains all the required ingredients that are personally necessary to you!
Our club members will get 10% discount on all of the shop's equipment. For your attention, a price of a hollis' harness does not contain the float sack.
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