I have gotten new rubber weight belt from makorspearguns and it is similar to sporasub or omer rubber belt and it is thicker than usual. I need to add keeper so weight does slide. I have plastic keeper, but they are too small to fit. Will this keeper fit? If not, is there anything else that might fit?
These will work but the trick is stretching the belt to get it to slide on. In most cases good freedive weights are made to go on the same way so you don?t need a keeper. If you have the buckle type belt with the holes in it these will be very difficult to use. If it?s a pinch type folding buckle with a smooth rubber belt these will work ok. Plastic ones usually just end up breaking after salt and sun and the pressure from the belt in my experience..
Check your belt width. With standard nylon belts these work better than plastic ones, but I never tried weight keepers on rubber belts.
I don't know. I am using on standard nylon web belt.
I have no idea. you may want to measure width of belt. I know it fits a regular nylon wt. belt. I prefer metal keepers to plastic. not only are they less bulky but i have had the plastic ones break. MK
I bought these for a traditional weight belt made from parachute webbing and they are a tight fit. So if your rubber belt is thicker, they probably won't work. Before the advent of these, if my belt was long enough, I would insert the webbing in one weight slot, half twist the belt, then insert through the other weight slot and this would keep them in place. Don't know if this would be feasible with the rubber belt. Good luck.