Wire Re-Inforced Stretch Coil Shock Lines

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SKU: AQUWCL
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About Wire Re-Inforced Stretch Coil Shock Lines

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. Having a few spare clips in your gear bag is a must for the serious diver. It's a snap! This coiled lanyard expands to 36". Simply unhook the latch with a squeeze of the fingers and the coil is released, offering up to 36" of extension during use.

Lanyard has corrosion resistant stainless steel hardware with either spring loaded 360- swivel gate clips, Carabiners, rings and Halyard snap attachment Coil Lanyard has stainless steel reinforcement for super strength and durability and is ideal for use with gauges & underwater photographic equipment.

- R516, Wire insert tech coil lanyard Stainless clip to stainless clip

- R517, Wire insert tech coil lanyard Large carabiner to small carabiner

- R518, Wire insert tech coil lanyard Solid 2" S.S. ring to halyard snap

- R519, Wire insert tech coil lanyard carabiner to S.S. clip

Wire Re-Inforced Stretch Coil Shock Lines Features

  • Coiled Lanyard Expands to 36"
  • Corrosion Resistant Stainless Steel Hardware
  • Gate Clips have 360° Swivel
  • Four Different Lanyard Attachments to Choose
  • Squeeze Clip to Expand
  • Great Save-A-Dive Kit Item

Wire Re-Inforced Stretch Coil Shock Lines Specifications

Weight [with packaging]
Stainless clip to Stainless clip: 0.45 lb,
Large Carabiner to Small Carabiner: 0.55 lb
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AQUWCL
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Nils J  Is the smaller clip on the "Carabineer to S.S. Clip" version big enough to hold an HP hose from a console?
EUGENE L  I've had no problems getting the Wire Re-Inforced Stretch Coil Shock Line around my HP hose. I am, however, using a MIFLEX hi-pressure hose which is remarkably thin. All I have connected to my HP hose is my SPG, so I used a length of marine bungee to wrap around the HP hose, and attached a small closed SS ring. This prevents the clip from sliding up and down the hose. Hope this helps.
Nils J  And aren't MIFLEX hoses the same as nylon braided hoses?
Nils J  Is the smaller clip on the "Carabineer to S.S. Clip" version big enough to hold an HP hose from a console?
EUGENE L  I've had no problems getting the Wire Re-Inforced Stretch Coil Shock Line around my HP hose. I am, however, using a MIFLEX hi-pressure hose which is remarkably thin. All I have connected to my HP hose is my SPG, so I used a length of marine bungee to wrap around the HP hose, and attached a small closed SS ring. This prevents the clip from sliding up and down the hose. Hope this helps.
Nils J  And aren't MIFLEX hoses the same as nylon braided hoses?
Nils J  Is the smaller clip on the "Carabineer to S.S. Clip" version big enough to hold an HP hose from a console?
EUGENE L  I've had no problems getting the Wire Re-Inforced Stretch Coil Shock Line around my HP hose. I am, however, using a MIFLEX hi-pressure hose which is remarkably thin. All I have connected to my HP hose is my SPG, so I used a length of marine bungee to wrap around the HP hose, and attached a small closed SS ring. This prevents the clip from sliding up and down the hose. Hope this helps.
Nils J  And aren't MIFLEX hoses the same as nylon braided hoses?
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