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"CONS-HOLD" Console Extender with Quick Release & Clip

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About "CONS-HOLD" Console Extender with Quick Release & Clip

We always need to attach more stuff to our equipment to free up our hands when we need them. Lanyards for lights, cameras, gauges, game bags, or maybe even a fish stringer when spear fishing. This Console Extender mounts in seconds. Simply thread the Cons-HOLD back through its elastic loop so that it holds your console snugly. Cons-Hold keeps your console at the same viewing angle throughout your dive.

When you need to see your gauges up close it extends to twice its length. When you're finished monitoring your dive information it retracts to its original viewing angle even after being pulled by another diver for a reading. Con-Holder has Durable Rubber Tubing over Abrasion-Resistant Polyester Bungee Material, with a Non-Corrosive Squeeze-Style" Plastic Quick-Release Buckle and Swivel Gate Clip Snap for attachment to Gear. It's always good to have some extra clips in your Save-A-Dive Kit.

"CONS-HOLD" Console Extender with Quick Release & Clip Features

  • Keeps Console Ready for Viewing
  • Stretches to Twice its Length and Back Again
  • Protects the Reef and your Expensive Console from Damage
  • Gauges are All Ways Were You Want Them
  • Squeeze-Style Quick-Release Buckle and Gate Clip Snap
  • Buckle & Snap: Durable Non-Corrosive Plastic
  • Abrasion-Resistant Polyester Bungee with Rubber Cover
  • Great Save-A-Dive Kit Item

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Most Liked Positive Review


Great product

I bought one from [...] a few years ago and it is still working great. I have bought several more for other divers in my family.


Most Liked Negative Review


scratched my new compter as a result

this is the worst invention ever, to set it properly you lose elasticity and will not be able to see computer, if you wana see your computer it will cease to work as an extender, i scratched my comp because of this bad product. DO NOT BUY

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Not what I was looking for


from Rush springs , OK, US

Just didn't hold it as close to me as i would like


Cheap and not worth it.


from 33572, FL, US

Cheaply made, practically worthless for my diving.


Good utility strap


from Kitchener, ON, CA

On the fence on this, great price, useful but just ok. Nothing wrong from a manufacturing point and does what it should but next purchase will just be something a bit heaftier.


Loving my CONS-HOLD


I wanted something to hold my computer close to me but still allow it to be easily reached and used. I attach it to the D ring on my BCD and its keeps it right by my chest. I can still so my dive buddy my computer if needed. I've had it on nearly 8 dives in 3 months and its holding up well so far. My dive buddy is considering getting one for his gauges as well.





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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
JENNY H  wanted a keeper for my gages...HATE this thing. useless. Lets gage drag. I just tuck mine in by BC now.
Antonio A  It is nice to have every thing in place and handy, and for the price you can`t go wrong
GEORGE W C  oh yeah,,
bob D  thought i would use it but never have.
CHUCK C  Goods console holder in the absence of a retractor.
PAUL J  like to have the guage system easy to find when diving.
GERALD O  Inexpensive way to help protect your computer.
LENORE N  works well to secure camera to BC
ERIC W  universal fit for all consoles, ease of use.
MICHAEL B  Excellent quality. Serves its purpose very well!
Shopper  Not 100% on how to correctly use this. Could some one upload a pic of it on their computer?
RICHARD S  My gear is put away but it's simple, I use this to secure my gauge console: The hook clips to a metal loop on my BCD and the long elastic cord secures to my console, when I want to view my gauges I simply reach for them and stretch the cord to have a look, when finished it springs back to where it was... I have other types but like this one the best...
mike h  You loop the rope end to a lanyard hose on your console. Did not like it so I returned it for a similar item with caribeeners on each end.
JIMMY M  I was a little baffled by it too. I finally decided the only way it could work would be to push the little closed loop end (at one end of the long tube like retainer) through a D-ring on my BCD. Then I threaded the larger clip end through the closed loop end after making the opening larger by pulling it out a ways through the tube. Then just pull it tight and you will have the elastic pull looped through itself around the D-ring to hold it fast, with the protective tube extending away toward the clip end. I guess the tube is to protect the elastic and to keep it closely gathered. I used this device for a few years on my console w/air gauge and computer and compass. When it finally broke, I just retied the elastic and continued using it--although the tube fell off and was lost when the elastic snapped. I continued to use it until I got a little better one that came as a pkg deal with a new dive light. I still have it and another one just like it. Very simple and easy to use--Just grab and pull whatever it is connected to and bring it into range and then let it go when you're done.
JOEL B  Due to its length, I hook the plastic clip (1pm position in the product picture) to the metal (or plastic) O on my BC at the chest level (I prefer the permanent/ nonmoveable one. the moveable one is the one at the end of the BC shoulder strap adjuster and ends up in different positions depending on how my tank is positioned, wet suit use, and general comfort that day. Using the non-movable one, I always have it in a consistent location. Leave the rubber sleeve on the elastic. Put your computer (which I assume is mounted into a housing with your pressure gauge through the loop (2pm position in the picture). You can then tighten down the sleeve to minimize the loop to a reasonable size where the elastic hooks to the clip (7pm on the picture).
Shopper  Is the extension long enough to use when compass is part of the combo?
LeisurePro S  I don't know the exact size of your console, but I don't foresee you having a problem.
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