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Cressi Elastic Belt Inox Buckle:
Rubber weight belt with stainless steel buckle.
Because it is made from a stretch material, the belt automatically tightens up during descent, when it generally loosens due to abdominal pressure and the reduction in the thickness of the wetsuit.
Consequently the belt always fits snugly against the diver in every phase of the dive.
The quick-release stainless steel buckle provides instinctive and rapid emergency release.
The buckle pin passes through, is very strong and is riveted at both ends.
Total length 133cm.
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An excellent belt
Why buy nylon when there''s rubber? The weights stay on without holders. The buckle is really good.
Great belt have used it for freediving and scuba. So much nicer to use than the nylon ones, would never go back to those. The belt dosent side around and the weights rarely move much either. Have used this belt many times and no problems with it so far, seems pretty well made.
This is a great belt, high quality
Altísima calidad. Tras usarlo no entiendes como alguien puede usar cinturones de nylon.
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ottima cintura elastica fibia eccezzionale e gomma rivestita esternamente per aumentare il grip di bloccaggio. veramente di alta qualità.
Not safe for freediving
Its too hard to quickly undo this belt. Pulling the belt out when the buckle is open actually pulls it shut again. The rubber is very thick and the surface pattern gives it extra friction. Great if you want to hold on to your lead, but for freediving safety its important that you can quickly undo a weight belt with one hand if youre in trouble.
Cressi rubber belt
Top quality belt with heavy duty rubber. The buckle is a great design nice and smooth. The belt goes around me with almost enough rubber spare to make another belt. Cutting the excess off for improved safety for quick release. I think "one size fits all" would be a fair assessment.