Halcyon BCD Infinity System
HALCYON INFINITY System
Designed, tested and refined by diving pioneers, Halcyon is widely regarded as a world leader in dive exploration equipment.
This system improves the diving comfort of every diver; from the newest recreational diver to supporting divers doing the aggressive technical dives.
HALCYON INFINITY WING SYSTEM INCLUDES:
- Halcyon Eclipse Wing 30lbs or 40lbs
- Halcyon Ali or SS Backplate
- Adjustable Cinch Harness
- Halcyon Single Tank Adapter with SS buckles
- STA weighted insert
- Halcyon Deluxe Shoulder Pads
- Halcyon Deluxe Backplate Pad
- Halcyon ACB Weight Pockets
HALCYON ECLIPSE WING
The Halcyon Eclipse is a low profile, exploration-grade wing that leaves all other single tank designs in its shadow. Another example of Halcyon taking the game to the next level.
The Eclipse wings have a long and narrow profile to support the diver's tank along his or her entire length, preventing unnecessary drag and minimising effort. A circular zipper around the inside of the wing allows for easy inspection.
A choice of lift capacities helps to maximise comfort and streamlining while accounting for various buoyancy requirements that result from differences in tank size, exposure protection, or equipment requirements.
A drainage system allows water to drain rapidly from the outer cover to minimise excess weight.
An inflator elbow strain relief constructed from two-inch nylon webbing minimises wear on this.
Halcyon inner bladders are RF welded with a lifetime warranty on all seams.
- Outer shell 1680-denier ballistic nylon
- Inner bladder 400-denier Nylon
- Available in 30lbs and 40lbs lift capacities.
Which wing size?
The Halcyon Eclipse wing comes in 30lbs and 40lbs lift capacity and the amount of lift required by a diver depends on his/her kit configuration. Stretched out flat the Eclipse 30lbs measures 67cm x 46cm compared to the Eclipse 40lbs which is 70cm x 50cm.
The 30lbs wing is more suitable for a lighter profile diving rig such as a single 12L steel cylinder whereas the 40lbs is ideal for divers who want that "extra bit" of lift for emergency assistance or to carry heavier cylinder setups like a 15L cylinder but is better suited for twin 12L.