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About Blue Reef 58" Weight Belt with Stainless Steel Buckle

You like the Independent use of a Weight Belt over Weight Integrated BCD's it allows you to use Weight when Snorkeling-or-Diving more Versatile. If you already have a Belt and prefer having Pre-Strung Belts for Various Dive Situations or like having a Spare this Traditional (L x W) 58" x 2" (147.3 x 5 cm) Nylon Webbing Weight Belt with Corrosive Resistant Latch-Style" Stainless Steel Buckle is what you need. Belt is available in multiple colors.

The Blue Reef 58" Weight Belt with Stainless Steel Buckle is commonly used for All Diving Applications, Cold Water, Recreation, Warm Water and more. The Blue Reef 58" Weight Belt with Stainless Steel Buckle is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced among others. The Blue Reef 58" Weight Belt with Stainless Steel Buckle is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Blue Reef 58" Weight Belt with Stainless Steel Buckle: Easy To Use, Functional, Lightweight, Solid Construction.

Blue Reef 58" Weight Belt with Stainless Steel Buckle Features

  • Traditional Webbing Weight Belt
  • Dimensions: (L x W) 58" x 2" (147.3 x 5 cm)
  • Nylon Webbing Weight Belt
  • Makes Snorkeling-or-Diving More Versatile
  • Hard of Soft Weight Pouch Compatible
  • Corrosive Resistant Latch-Style" Stainless Steel Buckle
  • Available in Multiple Colors

Blue Reef 58" Weight Belt with Stainless Steel Buckle Customer Reviews Powered by TurnTo®

Review Summary

 
4.4

(based on 16 reviews)

75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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    (1)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Pretty but heavy.

Stainless buckles are heavy! If I had thought about it, I would have gone with plastic even though the colour I wanted wasn't available.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Pretty but heavy.

Stainless buckles are heavy! If I had thought about it, I would have gone with plastic even though the colour I wanted wasn't available.

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5.0

Good belt

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Excellent material, long ideal for people up to 180 lbs

 
5.0

Good deal, as advertised

By

Good for freediving. OK for scuba

 
5.0

Couldn't ask for more in a basic belt.

By

from Scotia, NY, US

Perfect, as always

 
5.0

It's nice

By

I dive in South in the warm and clear water

 
5.0

belt

By

Very durable

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
JIM K  s
MYLES M  poorly designed needs one more slot like every other weight belt ever made
HENRY P  Low price, steel buckle (no plastic)
DAVID B  Spare weight belt to travel with.
DOUGLAS H  It's a basic weight belt with standard stainless rust resistant buckle. Great for dive training or when supplemental, easily removable weight is needed.
MARIA LUISA T  Steel buckle stays on tight so you don't loose your belt like with the plastic buckles
MIGUEL C  Very good
Shopper  How and what kinds of weights do you use for this belt?
DARRELL B  Well, they use lead weights that have two slits in them so the belt can slip through them. They also make weight pockets that can be slid on to the belt, that way you can use regular lead weights or soft weights. If you take scuba class they will probably show you how to use it. Good luck@
RICHARD A  Any weights that have two slits in them. So you can pass the weights trough them. I have a couple weights. Ranging from 2-5lbs. Depending how I feel and how deep I want to go.
Steve S  You will need hard weights such as these: http://www.leisurepro.com/p-aqulwc/sea-pearls-black-vinyl-coated-lead-weights
DOUGLAS H  I use coated, solid weights such as these found on Leisure Pro: http://www.leisurepro.com/p-aqulwc/sea-pearls-black-vinyl-coated-lead-weights. You could also use an uncoated weight or lead shot type weights with a pouch that slides onto the belt. Solid weights simply thread onto the belt using the slots in the weights. I do not use a belt like this for routine scuba diving. I use it for assisting with scuba instruction. Routinely, for my own recreational diving, I use a buoyancy compensator with an integrated weight system.
Shopper  how long is this belt??
LeisurePro S  4'
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