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    If you are looking for the ultimate in cross-over BCD's this is it. My home diving is done in Monterey, CA, which is cold 50 degree diving. I then use any available vacation time to commence some warm tropical diving. I had another cross-over BCD that just did not have the same sturdiness of this BCD. This BCD is sturdy, which makes me feel comfortable diving in all conditions, plus it is light enough to pack in your gear bag and not get you over the 50 pound limit. (No one wants to pay extra for going above 50 pounds when already having to pay to check your gear bag). My AOW instructor and Divemaster both use a ZEAGLE Ranger. I believe the regular (non-crossover) Ranger is used by the US Navy Seals, so who can argue with that. Everyone that I know who owns the Zeagle Ranger says they have dove with it for over 15 years without needing a replacement. It seems like the extra up-front cost of buying an expensive BCD pays off in the end since you do not need to replace every few years. This is Zeagle's upgraded Ranger with all the bells and whistles your heart can desire. I highly recommend this BCD for all divers, especially those (who like me) need a BCD with enough Ballast lift for the cold water dives but additionally need the lightweight for easy travel packing. 5/5. As echoed in all of my reviews, Dive Right in Scuba is my go to site for all my gear purchases. Two of my products were backordered and Rich personally called me to see if I wanted to switch to products they had in stock. I did not, so I just received another call from Rich telling me that he was heading down to UPS to ship my items to me. Their customer service is exceptional and it (along with the facts that they have the best/cheapest dive gear available) is why I choose Dive Right in Scuba for all gear purchases. Keep up the great work!

    MATT TULLER | 2010-04-13 22:02:50

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    This is my first drysuit purchase so I can't compare it to anything else, but upon first inspection what I can say is "Wow, this is a quality piece of gear!" I bought this suit with the intention of getting into technical wreck diving and wanted something that was good quality at an affordable price. This thing is bulletproof and the price if right. I was skeptical how good it would be given the low price, but the quality is as good or better than any of the big named suits that cost double or more the price of this HOG suit. If you're in the market for a quality drysuit and are getting ready to plunk down a lot of cash for one of the big named suits, check this one out first. You will not be disappointed with the quality of a HOG Predator. I dove it for the first time yesterday and found that it was very easy to get accustomed to. The Sitech valves are very good quality, buoyancy control and free ascents were effortless. The neck and wrist seals were a perfect fit right out of the package and did not need to be trimmed which was surprising to me as I have a 17" neck. The suit kept me dry and toasty warm in 55 degree water. In fact, I was so warm that my 200 gram Polartech fleece undergarments were damp from sweat at the end of my dives. I am definitely going to have to look into some undergarments that will wick away moisture. Dive Right in Scuba is now my go to store for online purchases. Mike is a pleasure to work with and always takes the time to fully explain and give helpful advice. I never feel like he's in a hurry to get me off the phone and always feel like I have enough information at the end of our conversations to make an informed decision. Keep up the good work guys!

    Timothy Sortor | 2017-01-17 14:05:54

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    Great market holder

    Not much to say but the cave marker does that it is suppose to and is reliable.

    karin | 2016-04-06 23:26:51

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    If you are looking for the ultimate in cross-over BCD's this is it. My home diving is done in Monterey, CA, which is cold 50 degree diving. I then use any available vacation time to commence some warm tropical diving. I had another cross-over BCD that just did not have the same sturdiness of this BCD. This BCD is sturdy, which makes me feel comfortable diving in all conditions, plus it is light enough to pack in your gear bag and not get you over the 50 pound limit. (No one wants to pay extra for going above 50 pounds when already having to pay to check your gear bag). My AOW instructor and Divemaster both use a ZEAGLE Ranger. I believe the regular (non-crossover) Ranger is used by the US Navy Seals, so who can argue with that. Everyone that I know who owns the Zeagle Ranger says they have dove with it for over 15 years without needing a replacement. It seems like the extra up-front cost of buying an expensive BCD pays off in the end since you do not need to replace every few years. This is Zeagle's upgraded Ranger with all the bells and whistles your heart can desire. I highly recommend this BCD for all divers, especially those (who like me) need a BCD with enough Ballast lift for the cold water dives but additionally need the lightweight for easy travel packing. 5/5. As echoed in all of my reviews, Dive Right in Scuba is my go to site for all my gear purchases. Two of my products were backordered and Rich personally called me to see if I wanted to switch to products they had in stock. I did not, so I just received another call from Rich telling me that he was heading down to UPS to ship my items to me. Their customer service is exceptional and it (along with the facts that they have the best/cheapest dive gear available) is why I choose Dive Right in Scuba for all gear purchases. Keep up the great work!

    MATT TULLER | 2017-01-17 14:05:54

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    It works pretty well as a small primary for good conditions. It's not compact enough to fit a wrist mount, but if you don't care about that then it works well. It's easy on/off for one-handed operation and haven't had any trouble with flooding. It's not as bright as the Sartek rechargeable LI light, and it isn't as compact, but it's also less than half the price. I would recommend it for someone who just wants one small light for occasional tropical night diving.

    Joseph Vavra | 2009-10-19 21:52:07

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    nice suit

    Although I have not had the opportunity to use this in swift water yet i have been using it for open water swims I found it moves well and is very comfortable. It appears to be a good find. The order to arrival period was about 5 weeks which is common for Dry Suits

    Herbert | 2017-01-17 14:05:54

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