IST LB100-Q 100 LB. Lift Bag: Dump Valve, Self-Seal, Combo Oral/BCD Inflator
- Durable TPU coated, 210D Nylon bag with sturdy webbed straps, self-sealing gas chamber
- Cylindrical shape when inflated offers increased stability
- Combo oral/BCD inflator, overpressure relief valve with pull cord
- Lift capacity: 100lb (45.4kg)
- Rolls up and secures with 2 bungee loops for compact storage
Take a step up from our LB-100 lift bag with our IST LB-50-Q 100 Lb. Lift Bag: Dump Valve, Self-Seal, Combo Oral/BCD Inflator. This bag offers all the same great features of the LB-100, with the added convenience of a combination oral/BCD inflator valve. When you need to safely and quickly transport game, salvage, dive weights, spare equipment or anything else weighing up to 100 lb. (45.4kg) from the depths to the surface, this bag has you covered.
With its 3-dimensional construction design, which offers a cylindrical shape when inflated, the IST LB-100-Q is much more stable than a flat-design bag when deployed. But that’s only the beginning of this bag’s feature set.
Rugged Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) coated, 210D Nylon body is built to last and withstand wear. Overpressure relief valve with pull cord prevents damage or bursting from over inflation, allows for fast and easy inflation adjustments underwater to control ascent speed, and fast deflation at the surface. Self-sealing gas chamber means no fumbling underwater.
Lift straps with stainless steel D-ring at the bottom provide an attachment point for rigging. Another stainless steel D-ring at the top can be used for attachment of a slate to provide instructions or describe the lifted contents to those at the surface. The bag doubles as a surface signal buoy when a strobe or chemical light is attached to the top D-ring. Sturdy, webbed nylon handle on top for easy retrieval from the water and hoisting onto boat or dock.
When deflated, the bag rolls up to a compact size and secures with two built-in top bungee loops so you can stow it in a BC pocket until you need it. When rolled up, it’s also easily stored on the boat or in a gear bag.