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About Seasoft Pro Dina Hide Weight Belt

The SEASOFT PRO Series has been developed for Instructors, Dive Masters, and Hard-Core Divers that dive often. You find these divers in the water every opportunity they get. The SEASOFT PRO Series of Weight Belts are made of DINA-HIDE Neoprene, one of the Strongest Abrasion Resistant Neoprene's made Belt has a Standard 2" (5 mm) Nylon Webbing Waist Strap. The SEASOFT PRO Series is designed to last for hundreds and hundreds of dives. Belt comes equipped with a Durable and Corrosion Resistant Metal Latch Style Buckle. The Belt is available in 10 Weight capacities from 4 lbs (1.82 kg) to 35 lbs (16 kg) and is covered by a 24 month limited warranty.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Seasoft Pro Dina Hide Weight Belt Features

  • Developed for Instructors, Dive Masters, and Hard-Core Divers
  • Weight Pockets: DINA-HIDE Neoprene
  • Belt Material: 2" (5 cm) Nylon Webbing
  • Durable Corrosion Resistant Metal Latch Style Buckle
  • Designed to Last for Hundreds-and-Hundreds of Dives
  • 10 Weight Capacities from 4 lbs (1.82 kg) to 35 lbs (16 kg)
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty

Seasoft Pro Dina Hide Weight Belt Specifications

Belt Materials
Nylon Webbing
Buckle Materials
Metal
Type Lead
Soft
Sizes
4 Lbs (1.82 Kg) To 35 Lbs (16 Kg)
Available in the Following Sizes:
10 LB, 12 LB, 16 LB, 20 LB, 25 LB, 30 LB, 35 LB, 4 LB, 6 LB, 8 LB
Pocket Material
Neoprene

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5.0

Great weight belt

By wtfsportsgirl

from Worcester, MA

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Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Well-made

Cons

  • Less Versatility

Best Uses

  • New England Diving

I believe in splitting my weight between my BCD and a weight belt. This weight belt is well-made and will stand up to the New England conditions. Also, has a metal buckle, which was a must for me. I can't believe they make belts with cheap plastic buckles!.....not on my life....literally. The Seasoft belts are the best for comfort since they're soft and mold around your body. It's easy to get tight and it stays put at the front of my hips where I like it. Only con to it is that you can't change the weight on it, but you'd usually only make small trim adjustments anyway, which can be done easily with trim weights. Love the quality of this belt.

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4.0

30+ dives on it.

By The Scuba Mayor

from Columbus, Oh

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Pros

  • Good

Cons

  • Shifty

Best Uses

    Great weight belt. Very comfortable. Little shifty. Sometimes it wants to slide off to one side or another. I'll tighten it up when it does but if it had some rubber pads that gripped the wet suit it would be amazing.

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    Robert C  Perfect weight belt for all types of diving, also is the perfect amount of weight to keep on a belt to use in conjunction with integrated weights in the BC
    Antonio C  Hello. and thank you…i am 220lbs. and has a bid belly…i am ver comfortable in the ocean I ha my Open Water Training for a very long time ago…i just want to find out do you think more or less weigh for me to wear so i can relatively and comfortably goes on a free dive jus10 or 15 feet underwater. I was just at your store yesterday. Or Can you recommend me a more cheaper weight belt?
    Frank L  You could go with a standard weight belt, and lace thru weights: http://www.leisurepro.com/p-aqulw/sea-pearls-uncoated-lace-thru-style-weights.
    Antonio C  I am 220 lbs, 5'5" .I don't need I guess any buoyancy device because of my big belly…but i like to free dive may be 10 to 15 feet,,do you think this device would help me going down…the bottom…?
    Antonio C  Thank you very much , it really gave me a good idea
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