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For Sale Lobster Weight System Released a new lighter version 3kg total weight!

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Lobster is a new and unique weight system, specifically designed for freediving, Lobster Neck Weight can be used for Dynamic Pool Trainings and Competitions. System consists of base 2,5 kg and additional 5 segments (500, 400, 300, 200, 100 g), so you can adapt the weight of the collar to your needs.

Additional to your purchase you will get 7 caps and a special carrying bag

Total weight of Lobster is 4 kg.

Also we've released a new version! with a lower weight consisting of 1,5 kg base and 1,5 kg tail. The tails are backwards compatible. The weight has recommended itself throughout all the world as a high class neck weight with exceptional qualities.

You can read more about this unique product on http://lobsterweight.com/about-lobster/
and purchase it at http://lobsterweight.com/lobster-shop/ and yes, we deliver worldwide!

 
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