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About XS Scuba Single Weight Pocket

Does your Tank get to Buoyant near the end of a dive and you keep getting banged in the head from the valve, or maybe you would like to relieve your hips from all that weight from your weight belt or you're looking for a simple Weight Pocket to string on your weight belt? Whatever you need to get more Stability-or-Comfort in Diving from the Lead Weight this XS Scuba Single Tank Weight Pocket can help

Pocket Easily-Attaches by Sliding-Over-the-End of any 2" (5 1 cm) Cylinder Band, Weight Belt Webbing or Harness depending on where you want to hang the pocket It can also work with XS Scuba's Pony-Pac Harness Durable and Strong Nylon construction with hook and loop Closure and Taped and Stitched Edges for long life, Pocket can hold up to 5 lbs (2 27 kg) of Shot or Hard Lead XS Scuba's Single Weight Pocket is perfect for Adjusting-your-Trim and is available in Multiple-Colors Weight Pocket is covered by a 24 month limited warranty

XS Scuba Single Weight Pocket Features

  • Designed to Add Up to 5 lbs (2.27 kg) of Shot or Hard Weight
  • Slides-Over End of 2" (5.1 cm) Webbing or Harness
  • Easy Addition to XS Scuba Pony-Pac
  • Perfect for Adjusting Trim
  • Durable Nylon Construction with hook and loop Closure
  • Taped and Stitched Edges for Strength
  • Multiple Color Options
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty

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Review Summary

 
4.7

(based on 35 reviews)

91%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

great pockets

great versatile pockets, I made a custom weight belt with d rings and weight stops, and use for trim weights on my tank

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Look for something else

Not used for overhead environment. While in a lake practicing cave/tunnel system with students, rubbed up on top of tunnel and came off. Lost weight and pouch...gone. Right, I know, I deserved it by rubbing the top checking on students.

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5.0

good for moving weight off belt

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I use these with my aluminum backplate since airlines reduced baggage allowances. They help distribute weight onto my back to help keep me horizontal in the water. Been using them for about 5 years averaging 2 trips per year. Velcro still good and they can handle 2 kilos of lead. I use one on each band on opposite sides next to my backplate.

 
5.0

Works great!

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Used this to help weight an aluminum tank

 
5.0

Works well and the price is right

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Great trim pockets for the price. Not much to say about them other than they work and fit nicely on my 2" tank cam band

 
5.0

Works well and the price is right

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Great trim pockets for the price. Not much to say about them other than they work and fit nicely on my 2" tank cam band

 
5.0

Great Trim Pockets

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Added to my BCD as trim pockets. Description read holds 5 lbs. but it's definitely stuffed when adding the full 5 lbs. Overall constructed well and would purchase again.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
WALTER R  Easy to change weights on vacation.
Mark O  This is a great price for these. I am adding this to my tank straps to adjust my overall weight for different situations. Having a little weight on the tank helps if you drop a weight belt so you won't fly to the surface like a rocket.
GEORGE S  I purchased these to help trim out with my sediment rig and to add some weight for drysuit diving.
WILLIAM E  I purchased these single weight pockets to use to place trim weights on aluminum cylinders to be used for sidemount diving.
CARL S  I needed to add weight pockets on the back of my BC. These were ideal.
KEITH W  I use this on my rubber weight belt. I can reposition the pouches quickly to adjust to the dive gear configuration. They hold up to four pounds of hard/soft weights and are very tough.
ocpaul o  Needed back weights to get good trim.
JOHN O  I wanted to borrow a back plate/wing set up from a buddy and maybe get out of the typical BC set up. I needed these to try and get as streamlined as I could get.
KEITH A  Best Fit for a custom weight belt.
DAVID B  Used to augment weight bearing aspects of BC.
DAVID B  Used to augment weight bearing aspects of BC.
MIKE P  helps with the weight and getting underwater, plus its not around the waist
DAVID S  I use these for weight pockets on the belt of my BPW setup and secure them with zip ties to stop them from sliding
MICHAEL R  Good pocket to use to add trim weights
Shopper  there is a belt loop in the back ???
MICHAEL J  Yes - they work great
Kasia W  Yes, you can install it on the belt or webbing.
JULIA O  Yes, there is a belt loop
RON P  Yes. It's made for the standard 2" wide heavy duty webbing. BTW, I've used these pockets for nonditchable weights on my tank straps as well as on a standard weight belt.
Shopper  It has been suggested that a simple 2 lb ( varies based on person/bcd etc) trim weight on the back of tank will avoid the face down push of a back inflation bcd. Has anyone else had experience using the pocket to do this?
ROBERT M  I purchased 2 of these to add pockets for non-releaseable weights on my non-integrated BC. They were large enough for the 4lb weights I used(a 2lb weight would flop around) and they worked fine for about 5 dives. However one started to shred at the side seam and I had to discard it before it broke and lost the weight. I'm not sure that I would purchase one of these again.
BERNARD R  If your BCD pushes you forward enough that it's noticable, 2 lbs on the back of your tank probably won't help. I recommend you look for another BCD; I did just that when I had a similar problem. Being pushed forward by your BCD can be dangerous, especially when you surface in choppy water and you're out of, or low on air. It happened to me and I can only recommend a flotation device that solves the problem. I do like having weight on my back, but a BCD with rear weight pockets or a weight belt loaded to the rear is a better way to go. Experiment with different combinations in calm water. Good luck and happy diving.
DAVID M B  You will always play with weight pocket locations for trim. On my system, Once the correct location was found, it is worth its value. Very durable product, ez to use
LEONARDO D  I use this,because I don"t like to carry all the weight on my hip.It 's beter for my back
DAVID B  I haven't tried it myself but it 's worth s try.
MARK E  I suggest 2 pockets with 2# each. I tried one pocket but it makes it hard to adjust the strap. With 2 you have good balance and easy access to the strap.
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