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Thread: Scubapro Superhawk NT

 


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    Anyone out there using a Superhawk NT? My two instructors have them and love them, and I suspect that an XL will fit my large (300 pound) frame nicely.

    Aloha,

    JOnathan
    kalepa@maui.net

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    I just purchased one. The reason I prefered it over the others that I looked at was the large pockets . Idive in A dry suit so it doesn't get used as a bouancy devive but a lot of people use them around here and they have had good luck with them.I have 24 pounds of weight integrated and I don,t know if you will be able to get any more weight into it not including the trim weight.
















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    Enjoy it. They look like great units. I had my local shop bring one in for me, and I liked the setup, but it didn't fit my large frame so I'm awaiting a Transpac II.

    Aloha,

    JOnathan

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    Scubapro Superhawk NT BCD is nothing short of spectacular, been using one for 17 years (over 500 dives) and it's still going strong.
    Missing a weight pocket mind you ( Velcro failure).
    If anyone out there has a weight pocket or two, would happily purchase them.
    Steven

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