The SeaBlazer has a lot of well-thought-out features that impressed test divers, several of whom named it one of their favorites. It tied the top score for stability thanks to a harness with a very good range of adjustability, although some divers felt it was sized a little small, opting for a size larger than usual. The inflator and exhausts are of conventional design but worked smoothly, tying the top score for valve operation. The weight pockets load easily and release predictably, earning a very good score for reliable ditching. While the cargo pockets weren’t the largest, they’re wider at the back, so they don’t get tight when at the surface, and the curved double zipper makes it easy to access their contents without contorting your arms; divers rated the pockets excellent, the highest score in the test. The SeaBlazer also has octo pockets, six aluminum D-rings, and an easy-latching stainless tank buckle. The SeaBlazer showed impressive performance at a reasonable price.