XDEEP Stealth Central Weight Pocket (2x1.5kg) | Dive Rutland
Xdeep Central Weight Pocket | Dive Rutland

XDEEP Central Weight Pocket

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XDEEP Central Weight Pocket

XDEEP Central Weight Pocket are Secure and smart weight pocket closures

Unintentionally losing weight and being unable to hold decompression stops can lead to serious injury or worse. In technical diving the consequences of losing weights far outweighs the potential need to drop them. The STEALTH 2.0 weight pocket design cleverly prevents any accidental losses.

Side fastening bands are reinforced by a main band, preventing undesired opening of the pocket and accidental release of the weights. Resistant to contact with the roof of a wreck or cave and easy to visually inspect for integrity pre dive or during a descent check. Making adjustments, moving weights and securing the straps can be done quickly, even underwater.

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Sidemount Wings

Sidemount wings are a specialised type of buoyancy control device (BCD) designed for sidemount scuba diving configurations. Unlike traditional back-mounted BCDs, sidemount wings are attached to the diver's sides, providing buoyancy and control while allowing for the carrying of cylinders under the diver's arms. This unique placement offers several advantages, including improved streamlining, easier access to valves, and the ability to carry multiple tanks without significantly increasing the diver's profile in the water. Sidemount wings are typically designed with a wing-like shape that wraps around the diver's torso, ensuring even distribution of buoyancy and enhancing maneuverability and comfort underwater.

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