About Hollis Backplate, Back Pad with Book Screws

Being a Technical Diver does not mean you have to uncomfortable when you are diving. Add some Cushion and Comfortable Support to your Back Plate with this Hollis Back Plate Back Pad with Book Screws. Pad is Easy-to-Install with Six Book Screws to Fasten to your Back Plate. Pad is constructed of Sturdy-and-Durable Nylon and Foam with Sewn Edge Tape making your dive a More-Comfortable-Experience. The Hollis Back Plate Back Pad is covered by a 24 month limited warranty.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Hollis Backplate, Back Pad with Book Screws Features

  • Increased Dive Comfort
  • Easy-to-Install
  • Complete with Mounting Book Screws
  • Durable Long Lasting Construction
  • Nylon with Foam Padding
  • Sewn and Taped Edges for Added Strength
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty

Hollis Backplate, Back Pad with Book Screws Specifications

Material
Nylon, Foam And Steel
Hardware
Yes, 6-Book Screws
Compatibility
Hollis Back-Plates
Weight [with packaging]
0.6 lb

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5.0

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By Wryon

from New Jersey

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Pros

  • Attractive Addition
  • Comfortable
  • Durable

Cons

  • Needs Locking Screws

Best Uses

  • Cold Water
  • Extreme Depths
  • Recreation
  • Warm Water

Comments about Hollis Gear Hollis Backplate Backpad with bookscrews:

I enjoy my Hollis Elite II but I had concerns about the contact of the backplate to my wetsuit or drysuit. Even though the backpad is optional I would recommend getting one. The practical reasons are comfort and safeguarding your exposure suits but I would add 'looking good' to the list. Just check the screws regularly since they can juggle loose over time.

  • Diving Type:
  • Cold Water, Deep, Open Water Diving, Rescue Diving, Wreck Diving
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Shopper  Is there any info on how much buoyancy, if any, this would add my rig? I currently dive a Hollis S25 wing mounted on a Hollis aluminum BP w/ a Med/Lg size Hollis Elite II harness & Zeagle weight pockets. My rig is comfortable when I'm wearing my wetsuit (Pinnacle 3mm full w/a thick spine pad) but when I've worn it w/just a rash guard in the pool (haven't actually dove w/out wetsuit yet) the hard plate is uncomfortable against my back.
MARK G  I did not notice any difference in my buoyancy with the backpad. it's more of a cover and does not have much, if any padding. It does help with the backplate against my back.
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