OMS Comfort Harness System II with Stainless Steel Back Plate Un-Strung

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SKU: OMSCHS2SUS

About OMS Comfort Harness System II with Stainless Steel Back Plate Un-Strung

Back plates: OMS's superior de-burring process eliminates back plate sharp edges, and prevents abrasion and cuts to webbing and BC's. The Stainless Back Plate weighs only 5.75 lbs and include the following slots: 1" and 2" width Crotch Strap, (2) Cam Band, and a bottom slot to accommodate band bolts that are slightly off 11" On Center. Stainless Steel plate is passivated to prevent oxidation and now incorporates additional slots to mount cam bands for single cylinder configuration.

Harness The OMS Comfort Harness System II is perfect for those who want a quality diving harness. The Comfort Harness System II is a cross shoulder harness. This means each side of the upper harness crosses at the top (behind the diver's head), then joins to the lower assemblies on the opposite side. Top left to lower right and top right to lower left. This is a design for superior comfort. The Comfort Harness now incorporates a pull dump tunnel on each shoulder pad. Comfort Harness System II with adjustable Oblique webbing and (4) Chest Mounted D-Rings. (Assembly to Back Plate Required)

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

www.omsdive.com
(845) 692-3600

OMS Comfort Harness System II with Stainless Steel Back Plate Un-Strung Features

  • Back Plate Features:
    De-Burred Surfaces Prevent Sharp Edges
    1,75lbs in Weight
    Hard Coat Anodized Surface
    Slots for Single Cylinder Configuration
  • Harness Features:
    Cross Shoulder Harness for Increased Comfort
    6 Stainless Steel D-Rings 4 are Chest Mount
    Metal Waist Buckle
    Crotch Strap
    Pull Dump Tunnels on each Shoulder Pad
    Adjustable Oblique Webbing
    L-XL and fits a person with a 40" to 46" chest

OMS Comfort Harness System II with Stainless Steel Back Plate Un-Strung Specifications

Available in the Following Sizes:
Large, Small/Medium, X-Large
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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
JORDAN G  IMO the best value.
Shopper  What the difference between pre-strung and unstrung one?
MICHAEL E  The only difference between the strung and unstrung harnesses is that with the unstrung one you must install the webbing on the backplate. Otherwise they are identical except you'll save a few bucks by doing it yourself. The instructions that come with the unstrung harness are good. Additionally, if you need to adjust the size you will have to undo most of the webbing anyway so it makes sense to do it yourself. Good luck!
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