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Aqua Stainless Steel Weight Keeper

4.8
8 reviews
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SKU: AQUWSS MFR: WB52

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$1.95

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  • Blunt serrated anchors for stability
  • Increases weight belt safety
  • Corrosion resistant stainless steel

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Aqua Stainless Steel Weight Keeper Customer Reviews

Review Summary

 
4.8

(based on 8 reviews)

88%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Is what it is, Works great

Its a steel keeper. It does the job it was designed to do. Has just enough space to fit webbing through two times (depending on how stiff your webbing is).

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Is what it is, Works great

By RAYMOND S.

Its a steel keeper. It does the job it was designed to do. Has just enough space to fit webbing through two times (depending on how stiff your webbing is).

 

Nice

By Fabricio N.

from Eastvale , CA, US

They keep the weights in place and secure. I ordered more for my other belt.

 

Great product

By Jose L.

Strong and durable with great corrosion resistance. I have several in my backplate and harness.

 

Great D-Ring Holders

By NVWreckDiver

Can't have enough of these bad boys in your save-a-dive kit!

 

exactly as described

By ronzo

this is actually for my save a dive kit, but it's a quality keeper for a less than expected price

 

Good Product

By Midevial

This keeper can also be used to secure your harness and strapping (webbing) to your back-plate, as well as your crotch strap. Due to its steel construction, it eliminates a failure point because it will not break due to wear and tear like some other products do.

 

Works as expected.

By Adam

These work as they should. Unlike some of my other keepers, the center on these is bent slightly upward to make them stay in place better. Good improvement on the classic keeper. Looking at them you wouldn't notice a difference, they appear to match the flat keepers. I gave them 4/5 because the price was a bit high for such a simple piece of metal.

 

Keeps everything in place

By SIMON M.

I originally bought this item to replace all the plastic ones when I bought my first harness. They do the job and work well in other applications for diving. If you need it to hold more than 2 layers of webbing consider one that is slightly larger, it can tough fitting more than 2.

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Keepers worked well keeping weights in place.
MICHAEL L on Mar 22, 2015
They are slimmer than the plastic keepers and sometimes work better depending on your size and shape of weights. But you must rinse your belt real well after salt water or they will get rust spots.
Katherine N on Feb 7, 2012
Keepers worked well keeping weights in place.
MICHAEL L on Mar 22, 2015
To add them to my Razor bc
GINNIFER L on Feb 10, 2012
They are slimmer than the plastic keepers and sometimes work better depending on your size and shape of weights. But you must rinse your belt real well after salt water or they will get rust spots.
Katherine N on Feb 7, 2012
To add them to my Razor bc
GINNIFER L on Feb 10, 2012
I have gotten new rubber weight belt from makorspearguns and it is similar to sporasub or omer rubber belt and it is thicker than usual. I need to add keeper so weight does slide. I have plastic keeper, but they are too small to fit. Will this keeper fit? If not, is there anything else that might fit?

Thanks.
A shopper on May 1, 2013
BEST ANSWER: These will work but the trick is stretching the belt to get it to slide on. In most cases good freedive weights are made to go on the same way so you don’t need a keeper. If you have the buckle type belt with the holes in it these will be very difficult to use. If it’s a pinch type folding buckle with a smooth rubber belt these will work ok. Plastic ones usually just end up breaking after salt and sun and the pressure from the belt in my experience..
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