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  • Compatible with hard or soft weight pouches
  • Nylon webbing construction
  • Stainless steel latch style buckle

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Available in 3 colors

Blue Reef 58" Weight Belt with Stainless Steel Buckle Customer Reviews

Review Summary

 
4.2

(based on 19 reviews)

68%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Um, It's a *weight* belt....

Take off a pound of lead if the buckle is too heavy! Why not put a bit of the weight to work, holding the silly thing closed? Were you hoping for titanium? It costs 10x as much and makes no sense at all! (I'm sure it will be available soon. ;-)

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Pretty but heavy.

Stainless buckles are heavy! If I had thought about it, I would have gone with plastic even though the colour I wanted wasn't available.

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Good belt for the price

By MICHELLE S.

Good belt for the price.

 

Good belt

By FABIAN C.

Excellent material, long ideal for people up to 180 lbs

 

Good deal, as advertised

By Sunwaterboy

Good for freediving. OK for scuba

 

Couldn't ask for more in a basic belt.

By LARRY L.

from Schenectady, NY, US

Perfect, as always

 

It's nice

By Bruno

I dive in South in the warm and clear water

 

belt

By Boomer

Very durable

 

Buckle up

By SemiAquatic

Needs another slot on the buckle to weave the belt through so the web belt does not slip out.

 

Easy to customize

By ee1ah

I shopped around and Leisure Pro had the best price.

 

Good secure Wader Belt

By Bill B.

Good alternative to a wader belt. the 2 inch nylon is as secure and the trust worthy quick relaese clasp also works well.

 

Um, It's a *weight* belt....

By Been w.

Take off a pound of lead if the buckle is too heavy! Why not put a bit of the weight to work, holding the silly thing closed? Were you hoping for titanium? It costs 10x as much and makes no sense at all! (I'm sure it will be available soon. ;-)

 

It's a belt. It works.

By Diving K.

Standard issue weight belt, with stiff 2" nylon webbing and a sturdy stainless steel buckle. It works exactly as it should--you thread lead weights into it. I prefer weight belts over integrated weights, and am very happy with this one. This is a great price for a very utilitarian product.

 

Good Basic Belt

By GEORGE P.

Good simple weight belt - works well

 

Good Belt ! Low Price !

By DeWayne

Good solid belt !

 

Good starter belt

By MICHAEL R.

This belt was needed in addition to my BCD weights, works great, wish I didn't need it, but cold water dictates the need.

 

Basic weight belt

By Rob

Basic belt with a light duty SS buckle

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Why did you choose this?
Leisure Pro Store
Nice
Thomas m on Sep 3, 2019
Good length and like the color. Inexpensive so if it isn't what I want, it won't break the bank.
Bruce on Dec 20, 2017
Nice
Thomas m on Sep 3, 2019
cost
PATRICK D on Mar 25, 2019
Good length and like the color. Inexpensive so if it isn't what I want, it won't break the bank.
Bruce on Dec 20, 2017
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JIM K on Jun 14, 2014
poorly designed needs one more slot like every other weight belt ever made
MYLES M on Jun 27, 2012
Low price, steel buckle (no plastic)
HENRY P on Jan 19, 2012
Spare weight belt to travel with.
DAVID B on Jan 4, 2012
It's a basic weight belt with standard stainless rust resistant buckle. Great for dive training or when supplemental, easily removable weight is needed.
DOUGLAS H on Dec 13, 2011
Steel buckle stays on tight so you don't loose your belt like with the plastic buckles
MARIA LUISA T on Dec 5, 2011
Very good
MIGUEL C on Jul 15, 2011
cost
PATRICK D on Mar 25, 2019
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JIM K on Jun 14, 2014
how long is this belt??
A shopper on May 24, 2011
BEST ANSWER: 4'
How long is the belt in inches?
A shopper on May 24, 2011
BEST ANSWER: This has a 48" belt.
How and what kinds of weights do you use for this belt?
A shopper on Mar 29, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I use coated, solid weights such as these found on Leisure Pro: http://www.leisurepro.com/p-aqulwc/sea-pearls-black-vinyl-coated-lead-weights. You could also use an uncoated weight or lead shot type weights with a pouch that slides onto the belt. Solid weights simply thread onto the belt using the slots in the weights.

I do not use a belt like this for routine scuba diving. I use it for assisting with scuba instruction. Routinely, for my own recreational diving, I use a buoyancy compensator with an integrated weight system.
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