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About Sea Pearls Uncoated Lace-Thru-Style Weights

These Traditional Weights and Sea Pearls most Economical Weigh in 8 sizes, Weights are Lace-Thru Style for Comfort.

Comfortable Shape-Curved Inner Surface Fits around you. All sizes use the same inside radius . All Corners and Edges are Round. Belt Webbing is Recessed into the Weight, Front-and-Back for added Comfort. Heavy-Duty Gear for Lifetime of Use-Antimony Alloy Resists Deforming and are Six-Times Harder then Plain Lead. Wide Belt Slots and Strong, Thick Cross-Section prevents the Clamping of Weights onto your Belt when Dropped. Precision Made-Weight Tolerance is -0 to +0 25 lbs (11 g). Lace-Thru Sizes- 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, and 12 lbs (0 9, 1 36, 1 82, 2 27, 2 73, 3 64, 4 55 and 5 45 kg).

Sea Pearls Uncoated Lace-Thru-Style Weights Features

  • Hardened with Antimony, Six-Times Harder then Plain Lead
  • Years and Years of Service
  • Accurate & True Weights: Precision Made-Weight Tolerance is -0 to +0.25 lbs (11 g)
  • Economical Weigh in 8 Sizes
  • Comfortable Shape-Curved Inner Surface
  • Corners and Edges are Round
  • Belt Webbing Recessed into Weight, Front-and-Back for Added Comfort
  • Wide Belt Slots and Strong, Thick Cross-Section, Prevents Clamping of Weights onto Belt when Dropped
  • Increments: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, and 12 lbs (0.9, 1.36, 1.82, 2.27, 2.73, 3.64, 4.55 and 5.45 kg)

Sea Pearls Uncoated Lace-Thru-Style Weights Specifications

Hard Or Soft
Hard
Hard Weight Threading
Lace-Thru Style
Weight Increments
2 Lb, 3 Lb, 4 Lb, 5 Lb, 6 Lb, 8 Lb, 10 Lb, And 12 Lb (0.9, 1.36, 1.82, 2.27 3.64, 4.55 And 5.45 Kg)
Waist, Bcd Or Ankle
Waist Or Bcd
Available in the Following Sizes:
1 Lbs, 10 Lbs, 12 Lbs, 2 Lbs, 3 Lbs, 4 Lbs, 5 Lbs, 6 Lbs, 8 Lbs
Weight [with packaging]
1 Lbs: 1.15 lb,
2 Lbs: 2.1 lb,
3 Lbs: 2.95 lb,
4 Lbs: 3.95 lb,
5 Lbs: 5.05 lb,
6 Lbs: 5.9 lb,
8 Lbs: 7.95 lb,
10 Lbs: 9.8 lb,
12 Lbs: 11.85 lb

Uncoated Lace-Thru-Style Weights Customer Reviews

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      5.0

      Great for a rubber belt

      By Anastasia

      from Seattle, WA

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      Slots are big enough for a freediving rubber belt.

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      5.0

      Common Weights

      By Juan

      from Miami Beach, Fl

      Pros

      • Fix in my pockets

      Cons

      • no cons

      Best Uses

      • Buoyancy

      Regular, common and cheap weights

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      5.0

      arrived quick

      By agua lady

      from Santa Maria, CA

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      typical bullet weights

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      5.0

      The Basics are always good

      By Hiker

      from Pittsburgh

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      Pros

      • Durable
      • Good Value
      • High Quality

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        Best Uses

          These are the basic weights they are adaptable in a number of ways. Always a good start

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            4.0

            Solid weights

            By Scuba Mike

            from Everett, WA

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            Pros

            • Durable
            • Good Value

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                These weights are tried and true. Can't go wrong

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                Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
                MIKE P  leisure pro had the best prices on weights, it was cheaper to order through them than go and buy weights locally or anywhere online.
                Shopper  what is the size (length and width) of these weights?
                R K M  I have the 2lb and the 10lb. The 2's are 2.75 in. wide and 3.25 in. tall. the 10's are 3.75 in. tall and 6.25 in. wide.
                Shopper  I clean Boat Bottoms and I use a 3 mil full wetsuit with 3 mil hooded west and 20 lbs weight. I'll get a Henderson 7mil semi-dry hooded full suit. How much weight should I get for that? And what size of them?
                LeisurePro S  I would imagine you are going to need any where from 5-8 more pounds of weight. If you have the suit already, you can estimate 3 pounds of every one pound of suit. Or you can start from the beginning and, using the rough rule of thumb, take 10% of your body weight and add around 6/7 pounds for the 7mm suit. As far as what size weights to get, you just want to keep balancing in mind, so you can have the same amount of weights on both sides of your hips. Smaller sized weights, if you have the pocket space, also lend themselves to greater flexibility.
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