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Apeks Black Ice BC

Apeks WTX Series Buoyancy Compensators | Authorized Apeks Online Dealer | ow, for the first time, the company that produces the premiere line of Apeks technical regulators offers you a premiere line of technical BCs. Introducing the Apeks WTX Series -- a selection of harnesses, buoyancy cells and harness accessories that will certainly appeal to today’s technical divers. | Apeks Marine Equipment Ltd began manufacturing over 40 years ago with one goal - to make the best diving equipment in the world. Their strengths in design, development and engineering craftsmanship produce equipment of such a high standard that they are now the benchmark standards other manufacturers strive for. The company that produces the premiere line of technical regulators also offers premiere BCs.

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Apeks Black Ice
The Apeks Black Ice is a rugged, weight-integrated, back inflation BC designed with the advanced diver in mind. Despite its heavy duty construction, it provides amazing comfort, fit and stability thanks to its Wrapture Harness System (pat. pend.). Due to the modular nature of this BC, a custom fit can be achieved through any of the three sizes. The Black Ice is offered in one color only, you guessed it, black.

Apeks Black Ice BC | Front View 

  • Wrapture Harness System (pat. pend.) – Prevents the BC from “riding-up” on surface.

  • Out of water, Wrapture keeps the cylinder close to your center of gravity and transfers the weight to your hips.

  • Multiple size settings at the top of the shoulders as well as either side of the waistband.

  • SureLock II Mechanical Weight Release System (patented)

  • Ditchable weights: All sizes hold 32lb/14.5kg

  • Non-ditchable weights: All sizes hold up to 10 lb/4.5kg

  • Lift Capacity (lbs/N): All sizes 52/230

  • Can be rigged with optional twin cylinder kit (p/n 427106).

  • 4 dump valves in all, one each corner. 3 are proprietary flat valves are very streamlined and effective. The dump valve on upper left is the rapid exhaust valve at the top of the Powerline inflator.

  • Powerline inflator boasts one of the fastest inflation rates.

  • Air cell pass-throughs that allow easy air transfer from left to right

  • A triple bladder retraction system keeps unit streamlined

  • The left fold down pocket with deep capacity, for extra mask.

  • The large right utility pocket is secured with a robust zipper

  • Squeeze Lock knife attachment points on the left pocket flap

  • 5 large, angled, stainless steel D-rings for all of your accessories.

  • Rolled neck collar for comfort.

Apeks Black Ice BCD Manual | User's Manual 

Price: $749.00


Accessories: Add optional Black Ice Twin Kit: $48.00

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While these are excellent reference materials, in no way should this information be considered a replacement for proper training for the specific type of diving in which you plan to participate.