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About Aqua 4.5 lbs (2 kg) Block Style Weight Mold

Lead can get expensive, but if you know how to work with Molten Metal's this Cast Aluminum Block Weight Mold can save you a lot of Money. Weight Mold is easy to use Pour half-pound increments for custom weight requirements. Mold is designed to Mold up to 4.5 lb (2 kg) Weights. Weight Mold is equipped with a Handle for Easier use.

The Aqua 4.5 lbs (2 kg) Block Style Weight Mold is commonly used for All Diving Applications, Professional, Recreation, Warm Water and more. The Aqua 4.5 lbs (2 kg) Block Style Weight Mold is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual/ Recreational, Recreational Diver among others. The Aqua 4.5 lbs (2 kg) Block Style Weight Mold is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Aqua 4.5 lbs (2 kg) Block Style Weight Mold: Easy To Use, Functional, Lightweight, Solid Construction.

Aqua 4.5 lbs (2 kg) Block Style Weight Mold Features

  • Cost Effective Weight Solution
  • Weight Increments: Up to 4.5 lbs (2 kg)
  • Easy to Make Half-Pound Increments
  • Make Custom Weight when Required
  • Equipped with Handle for Easier Use
  • Construction: Cast Aluminum

Aqua 4.5 lbs (2 kg) Block Style Weight Mold Customer Reviews Powered by TurnTo®

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Most Liked Positive Review


thumbs up works very good

Try to keep the mold hot it will make the weights look better


Most Liked Negative Review


mold broke after 6 weights

after the 6th weight the aluminium handle snapped and took half of the mold with it. made nice looking weights up until this point. customer service issued a full refund so that was good.

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.it ok. Does the job


from Lake Havasu, AZ, US

This item works well if you make 5 lbs weights. This item works well if you make 5 lbs weights.


save lots of money on scuba weights


from victorvill, CA, US

works vary well dont forget to flux the mold weights come out much easer




from Menifee, CA, US

Had spare lead laying around and just got into scuba...instead of paying an arm and a leg for additional lead I just bought this a poured my own divemasters were inpressed. The only thing I don't Like is it has a pointed edge instead of a rounded one on the backside, but nothing a hammer can't fix...would recommend!


Great product


from Plattsburgh, NY, US

Needs a good set up to get good results. Some said the mold should be keep hot, that's true, otherwise, when you pour the lead, it jams in the mold. Keep it in mind when you will do it.


Worked good


from Columbia, MS, US

Really simple. Only thing would be nice if it had a wooden handle

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
TREVOR K  Bought this as a way to save money on weights Ive used it several times and am happy with finished product. Melting lead is dangerous be sure to do your research.
LOUIS B  I like that when itâ??s not filled with lead that you can whack your partner in the side of the head with it and it makes a sound not unlike a gong.
martine c  Could I make other weight like 1/2 pound or 2 0r 3 pounds ?
GARY M  Yes, just fill to the level you want.
STEPHEN M  Yes, there are lines inside to mold that you can use to make different size weights.
SHAWN S  I have done just what you're proposing with good results down to about 2 lbs. Anything less than that and you are better off making a small bar or ingot, as the center portion to wrap around a belt is very fragile. Also, I have made some 5 lb bricks by pouring molten lead in the impressions left my the casting, filling them. I have confirmed all of these weights with a precise scale. Some work may be required to figure out how full to fill your mold to achieve the desired weight.
DANNY P  Yes, , you can but it might be hard to get an accurate weight on them
martine c  where are you situated ? It'll be less expensive for me to ask for a delivery in Vermont ? I'm in Quebecandthe delivery is very expensive
DANNY P  North carolina
CLINTON O  Yes, you can make any size weight by simply filling the mold to the appropriate level. While getting an exact weight might be difficult you can estimate quite easily.
William J  Sure, just fill it less. I have a selection of weights like this I made.
Guy M  Yes see the lines on the sides of the mold. Thats will guide you in making smaller weights. When making weights if you use wheel weight lead they will weight less than 4 pounds . Do a test run make a weight using the lines and drop them in water. weight them and adjust your pour of led by what you . You may need a map gas torch to keep the lead flowing once in the mold for a smooth pour.
JIM P  yes simply weigh your lead before you melt or pour it. I made from 1 - 4.5 lbs max with this mold
MICHAEL S  Yes, I made a bunch of 2 pound weights with this mold. The lines inside the mold are in one pound increments (I think) so you can make different sized weights. But of course the lighter ones will be thinner than the heavy ones, just like people.
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