The Zeagle SAR BCD is designed for the Search and Rescue Diver
The Zeagle SAR BCD, along with the 911 BC, was introduced in 1997 in response to many requests from Public Safety divers for systems designed to fit their needs. Identical to the 911, except for the addition of a permanently installed lifting harness for helicopter, cliff or swiftwater work. It is based on the Tech BC platform, with a twin buckle front closure, but has additional features. The Solas standard symbols on buckles, reflective trim on the bladder, additional D-rings, pockets for long octopus hose storage on each bladder wing. The Zeagle SAR BCD has been proven to be a durable and flexible platform by a large number of public safety and military agencises in the US and broad.