The IST Proline Nylon Webbing Weight Belt with Stainless Steel Buckle is designed to last. The 1.5 metre long and 50 mm (2 inch) wide webbing is manufactured from a very hard wearing, high grade nylon for extra long life. It features a reliable, marine grade, quick release BB-3 Stainless Steel Buckle.
The IST Proline Weight Belt Webbing with Stainless Steel Buckle is ideal for scuba diving, freediving, spearfishing and snorkelling, plus is ideally priced for divers on a budget.
You like the independent use of a weight belt over weight integrated BCDs because it allows you to use weight when freediving, spearfishing or snorkeling and is thus more versatile. Or maybe you already have a weight belt and prefer having pre-strung belts for various dive situations, or like having a spare. This traditional 2 inch (5 cm) wide nylon webbing weight belt with corrosive resistant, marine grade, latch-style, stainless steel buckle is what you need.
You can turn this simple weight belt into a pocket weight belt using Dolphin Tech BCD 2 kg Weight Pockets. Then you have an easy way to adjust the weight you need to keep neutral buoyancy.
IST Proline Weightbelt Webbing with Stainless Steel Buckle Features
- Traditional Webbing Weight belt
- Webbing Width: 50 mm (2 inch)
- Webbing Length: 1.5 metre (60 inch)
- Webbing material: Ultra tough Nylon construction
- Buckle: Latch Style Designed for a Quick Release if needed
- Buckle material: Marine grade stainless steel
- Makes Scuba Diving, Freediving, Spearfishing or Snorkeling More Versatile
- Hard or Soft Weight Pouch Compatible
Webbing Colour: Black or Neon Yellow
Threading a 3-Slot Quick-Release Belt Buckle
Starting from the front of the metal buckle, thread the left waist strap through the larger end slot of the buckle. Position the buckle approximately 45 cm (18 inches) of webbing length from the plate left waist slot. Then thread the webbing from the back through the centre slot and through the front of the inner most slot. Then thread the webbing through the back of the larger end slot so there are two thicknesses of webbing through one slot and pull the weave tight.
For a more complete description please see How to Thread a Weight Belt Buckle.