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Assembly is only the first step, the most important part of ensuring your system is ready to dive is to fit it properly–TO YOU. Your instructor should have the knowledge to get you outfitted correctly, but we all don’t have that luxury. Sometimes, we just want to buy equipment, and figure it out for ourselves. So, we at AQUI will help you do that. Follow along. If you don’t get the right fit, you can schedule a professional virtual fitting and assembly with our expert staff.
This is a crucial step as it coincides with proper fitting. Depending on your setup bungees will affect gas distribution in the wing (waist), cylinder trim (Loops), and inflator positioning. Remember, don’t trim too much before your first and/or second dive.
The crotch comes pre-assembled with a standard plate near the lumbar pad. Unbolt it let’s begin. If you want to stick with the standard black crotch, then adjust the fitting. If you want to add a canister light, or inflator bottle on the rear, change the plate with 4 holes on the edges. When sizing, you’ll want to ensure the loop the buckle passes through sits UNDER your navel, and above the groin to start.
Assembling the shoulders takes a bit of time, and patience. You’ll need to remove the bolt inside the upper weight pocket and free harness to allow for proper routing. This guide is for a continuous setup; however, we will post an update for using quick-release buckles.