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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 Cold Water, Recreation, Warm Water and more. 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, 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 Specifications

Belt Materials
Nylon Webbing
Buckle Materials
Stainless Steel
Type Lead
Slotted Block Or Soft With Pockets
Closures
Latch Style Buckle
Sizes
(L X W) 58" X 2" (147.3 X 5 Cm)
Available in the Following Colors:
Lime, Pink, Black, Blue, Yellow
Weight [with packaging]
0.4 lb

58" Weight Belt with Stainless Steel Buckle Customer Reviews

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4.2

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82%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (9)
  • Functional (9)
  • Solid construction (6)
  • Lightweight (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Recreation (7)
    • Cold water (5)
    • Warm water (5)
    • All diving applications (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Beginner (3), Recreational diver (3)
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (6)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    It's a belt. It works.

    Standard issue weight belt, with stiff 2" nylon webbing and a sturdy stainless steel buckle. It works exactly as it should--you thread lead weights into it. I prefer weight belts over...Read complete review

    Standard issue weight belt, with stiff 2" nylon webbing and a sturdy stainless steel buckle. It works exactly as it should--you thread lead weights into it. I prefer weight belts over integrated weights, and am very happy with this one.

    This is a great price for a very utilitarian product.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Poor construction, I would not trust it!

    Don't buy this, get something of higher quality! Basically you get a long piece of 2" nylon and a buckle. There is no stitching to prevent the buckle from slipping, the...Read complete review

    Don't buy this, get something of higher quality! Basically you get a long piece of 2" nylon and a buckle. There is no stitching to prevent the buckle from slipping, the strap just threads through it.

    The buckle itself is not great quality. The tabs that hold the middle piece in, what you fold down to close it, are barely in the holes on the sides. This cannot be fixed, they are very short. If you pulled with a bit of strength, the middle could easily pop out. Not really a good thing when you have weights attached to it.

    Other buckles I've seen, even cheap ones, have a bar between the two holes and the middle attaches to the bar. This bar would have to shear in order for the buckle to fail. Much better than the one on this weight belt.

    The bottom line is I cannot trust this as a weight belt, the buckle is too weak.

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    5.0

    It's nice

    By Bruno

    from Waterloo, Qc

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Solid Construction

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Warm Water

      Comments about Aqua 58" Weight Belt with Stainless Steel Buckle:

      I dive in South in the warm and clear water

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      • No

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      5.0

      belt

      By boomer

      from hawaii

      About Me Advanced

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Functional
      • Solid Construction

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • All Diving Applications

        Comments about Aqua 58" Weight Belt with Stainless Steel Buckle:

        Very durable

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        • No

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        1.0

        Poor construction, I would not trust it!

        By Adam

        from St Paul, MN

        About Me Beginner

        See all my reviews

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Functional

        Cons

        • Poor Construction

        Best Uses

          Comments about Aqua 58" Weight Belt with Stainless Steel Buckle:

          Don't buy this, get something of higher quality! Basically you get a long piece of 2" nylon and a buckle. There is no stitching to prevent the buckle from slipping, the strap just threads through it.

          The buckle itself is not great quality. The tabs that hold the middle piece in, what you fold down to close it, are barely in the holes on the sides. This cannot be fixed, they are very short. If you pulled with a bit of strength, the middle could easily pop out. Not really a good thing when you have weights attached to it.

          Other buckles I've seen, even cheap ones, have a bar between the two holes and the middle attaches to the bar. This bar would have to shear in order for the buckle to fail. Much better than the one on this weight belt.

          The bottom line is I cannot trust this as a weight belt, the buckle is too weak.

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          5.0

          Buckle up

          By SemiAquatic

          from Chicago, IL

          About Me Beginner

          Pros

          • Easy To Use

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • All Diving Applications

            Comments about Aqua 58" Weight Belt with Stainless Steel Buckle:

            Needs another slot on the buckle to weave the belt through so the web belt does not slip out.

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            5.0

            Easy to customize

            By ee1ah

            from Alexandria, VA

            About Me Advanced

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            Pros

            • Lightweight
            • Solid Construction

            Cons

            • None

            Best Uses

            • Recreation

            Comments about Aqua 58" Weight Belt with Stainless Steel Buckle:

            The belt does the job. It comes unattached so you can choose the size that best fits you. The metal buckle is a big advantage.

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            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@
            Shopper  how long is this belt??
            LeisurePro S  4'
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