Backcountry Access Float Cylinder

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You can't predict the future, but you can be prepared when you head into the backcountry with a little help from the Backcountry Access Float Cylinder. Even though your airbag-equipped BCA backpack may already have a charged cylinder ready to go, it's always a good to have a backup ... you know, just in case you accidentally set it off while demonstrating your benign intentions to an adamant border agent.

- Backcountry.com

Only compatible with Float Airbag Systems, the Float Cylinder fills the airbag when deployed. BCA encourages practicing the deployment of your airbag at least once per year. Once you have discharged your compressed air cylinder, it can be re-filled at any certified re-filler including dive shops.

- CampSaver.com

This Backcountry Float compressed air cylinder works with Float Avalanche Airbag packs to rapidly inflate the airbag and help keep you at or near the snow's surface during an avalanche.

- REI

BCA Float Air Canister FL10000 The BCA Float is a cool system for a handful of reasons Its 100 mechanical and you dont need anything fancy to replace the canister after you use it Just a handful of orings The canister also has a cool gauge on it that lets you know its goodtogo BCA canisters ship full and readytogo from our front door to yours Because it arrives full theres a 30 hazmat fee added to the total for shipping And to make things even more convenient ahem ground is the only shipping option for this itemIf you absolutely have to have an empty BCA canister in your hands as fast as possible give us a call here at the shop Well work something out for you Call toll free 877 2368428

- Bentgate.com

The Refillable Float compressed air cylinder by Backcountry Access is the power and driving force behind their Float system. When the Float trigger is pulled, it activates the release of 2,700 psi of compressed air, inflating the airbag. Always make sure your cylinder is full and connected correctly before heading out.

- Mountain Gear