BC-72. This is a unit for the advanced or professional diver. It is designed around a fully-featured back inflation buoyancy compensator device with its technical style inner air-cell and protective three-dimensional Nylon/Cordura outer shell.
Do you need a BCD for scuba diving?
Your Scuba BCD is an essential piece of Scuba Gear. It allows you (the diver) to offset your negative buoyancy while underwater and float like a cork on the surface when appropriate.
How much should a BCD cost?
Check out our article, What type of buoyancy compensator BCD should i buy to learn more. BCD costs will range from the entry level of $350 and go up to almost $1500. The majority will fall in the $500-$700 range. The main differences you will find is the type of materials that are used to build the vest.