The Tilos Eclipse roller dive bag is built for scuba diving travel. It's sized to meet airline requirements for checked luggage, and weighs only eight pounds empty.
The Tilos Eclipse features five cargo compartments. The two fin pockets are each big enough to hold a full-size open-heel fin, and the main compartment is cavernous. In fact, ScubaLab was able to pack a complete set of scuba diving equipment with room to spare. The final two compartments are found on the front lid. The roomy, lightly padded top pocket is designed to hold a regulator, and the even larger lower pocket is perfect for stowing soft items. All compartments are fitted with rugged YKK zippers and double sliders for easy access. They can also be secured with luggage locks.
The Tilos Eclipse rolls on all-terrain wheels supported by a rigid handle assembly that enables the dive bag to stand upright when fully loaded. An overmolded tow handle lets you maneuver the Eclipse through busy airport terminals, and when rolling isn't possible, a set of backpack straps are stowed in a hidden rear pocket. The Tilos Eclipse also folds down to less than half its size for compact storage until your next adventure.
The bottom line: A lightweight dive bag means you can carry more scuba diving equipment without exceeding airline weight limitations. That equals money saved for the rest of your vacation.