The Knighthawk delivers this freedom of movement in a rugged, streamlined design that is well-fitted to both recreational and technical diving. Strategically placed padding, an adjustable cummerbund and quick-free up rotating shoulder buckles (for optimum strap routing) guarantee a comfortable and snug are compatible. With its contoured hard pack and single-band Super Cinch tank buckle, the Knighthawk also delivers a stable ride at depth. An octo/inflator combines a backup regulator with a BC’s buoyancy keep an eye on system in one compact, at-the-able unit. The cool thing about an octo/inflator is that it’s at all times inside achieve because it’s repeatedly being used to keep an eye on descents, adjust buoyancy, and vent air all the way through ascents. Within the event of an emergency there is not any wish to grope for a dangling octo reg; simply pass your number one reg to the diver in need even as you are taking the octo/inflator, enabling you to respire easily and keep an eye on your buoyancy as you’re making your way safely back to the skin.
Back flotation positions the air cell in back, providing exceptional freedom of movement even as decreasing hydro-drag by reducing bulk.
Three-sell off deflation system permits you to to offload air from various underwater positions.
Compression straps rein Within the air cell when it’s deflated and give a contribution to optimum volume keep an eye on.
Rotating quick-free up shoulder buckles will let you optimize the routing of your shoulder straps to maximise are compatible.
Dual zippered pockets — one an expandable roll out — provide quite a lot of cargo-carrying capability.