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Looking for the perfect belt

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I think I may have made an improvement to my belt...

I had a bike puncture on the way home so used the inner tube.

I use little bullet weights that Dave helped me make from his mold last spring.

(See : [ame="http://forums.deeperblue.net/showthread.php?t=63331"]Where in Europe can I find hydrodynamic Weights?[/ame])
(And : http://forums.deeperblue.net/showthread.php?t=59961&page=3&pp=15)

Anyway I cut 10cm sections and 'jacketed' each weight.

I just cut a small lit in the jacket and put them back on the belt (a rubber Cressi one).

Now they won't clank (against guns/rocks/head) and also when you invert and dive down they should be super sticky and not move down... also they are stealth black which is obviously the most important thing...

I might post pictures but need to track one of these new deegitaal cameras down...
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