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Highseas Millwork End Loop

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About Highseas Millwork End Loop

We always need to attach more stuff to our equipment to free up our hands when we need them. Attachment points for lights, cameras, gauges, game bags, extra air bottles or maybe even a fish stringer when spear fishing. Having a few spare attachment points on your gear is a must for the serious diver.

Highseas End Loop is a 304L stainless-steel (low carbon) 1" (2.5 cm) loop welded to the end of a 2" (5.1 cm) keeper. The end loop is easy to install perfect to add to your harness assembly as an additional attachment point for accessories. It is a great item for your save-a-dive-kit.

Highseas Millwork End Loop Features

  • Highseas Millwork End Loop:
  • 304L Stainless Steel Construction
  • 1" (2.5 cm) Loop Welded to End of a 2" (5.1 cm) Keeper
  • Easy to Install
  • Great for Accessory Attachment
  • Must for the Serious Diver
  • Great Save-A-Dive Kit Item
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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
ANDREW C  to secure my hooka air line to my belt
Pavel C  How thick is the metal?
JAMES R  I ordered the Offset D-Ring, the metal is about a 1/16" thick, very strong alloy, doesn't bend easily, no rust or staining after several years of use.
Taylor C  I don’t know about the Dive-Right unit but the Highseas unit is pretty stout. It is currently packed away but I want to say about a 1/16 of an inch. It is a quality piece.
F F  Can you fit a rubber belt through these, or just webbing?
Mario C  https://www.leisurepro.com/l/?searchinfo=belt+d+ring Those are two other options that may work for you.
Mario C  Thank you for your question and all answers. to be exact it depends on the belt width. I taken my thickest belt at the store (0.5cm) and tried getting it past the openings (0.4cm), it would go working and stretching the belt past it but not easily . So i believe that if the belt is 0.3 cm or thinner it should not be a problem.
Barry S  Only on a webbing belt. It didn’t fit on my Rob Allen rubber belt which is my favorite belt.
FAREED H  I’ve used webbing but rubber should work. Keep in mind the retaining clip has a somewhat of an sharp edge and rubber may not be a good choice.
ONUR B  It might damage the rubber over time after squeezing it long enough. The width of openings are narrow and designed for webbing to prevent sliding back and forth. I don't believe you will have that movement problem with rubber so a similar product with wider slits might work out better.
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