For this week’s competition we’ve teamed up with our good friends at Scubapro to give away one of their GO BCDs as a prize!
Traveling divers who prefer the fit and feel of a front-adjustable BC will definitely want to give the restyled GO from Scubapro a try. With an easy-to-fold backpack and light overall weight (size large weighs just a little over six pounds), the GO is a proven world traveler. At the same time, it offers all the performance and convenience features you’d expect from a full-featured general-purpose BC.
First of all, the GO is comfortable. The water-draining Airnet backpack provides just the right amount of cushion when wearing a thin wetsuit — or no wetsuit at all. Quick-release rotating shoulder buckles (for optimum strap routing), a cummerbund and a sternum strap all work together to dial in a perfect fit.
The GO has virtually no inherent buoyancy, so whatever ballast needs you have will be minimal. The integrated quick-release weight system is super-secure. Ballast loads into ditchable pouches that clip into sleeves using low-profile buckles for maximum security. When it comes time to ditch, an easy squeeze-and-pull releases weights. New optional trim weight pockets let you distribute ballast weights to create the perfect in-water trim to suit your personal diving style.
The GO’s single air cell provides lots of buoyancy and double tank bands hold the tank firmly in place so you can remain balanced in any position. Large, easy-access zippered cargo pockets are reinforced with strong mesh and include grommets for attaching a knife. Six aluminum D-rings make for convenient clip-on points if you want to carry additional gear.
The GO is a lightweight, front-adjustable warm-water BC that can also be used for temperate water diving. It packs easy, is comfortable in the water, and offers plenty of buoyant lift. The entire BC can be easily folded and stored in its own travel sack, enabling you to GO dive the world.
To be in with a chance of winning this awesome prize, all you have to do is answer the following question:
In a recent post (which you can read here), we reported that the world’s most popular biennial tech ‘masterclass’ event, TEKCamp, returns to Vobster Quay in Somerset next year. But when exactly does the event take place?
A) Between the 3 – 6th September 2018
B) Between the 10 – 13thth September 2018
C) Between the 17 – 20th September 2018
Answer A, B or C to the question above: