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Mares Apnea Weightbelt

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tanteh

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Hi,

does anyone of you have experience with the Mares Weightbelt from the Mares Apnea-Line? (See attached picture)

Cheers, Carsten
 

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JimGlynn

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Carsten- I do not know anything about the belt in question, however, my buddies and I really like the SPORASUB, MARSEILLAISE. Its made of thick rubber that contracts at depth and therefore always stays nice and tight. I cannot imagine diving without one after using it and even use it for scuba. No more loose belts at depth.
Jim
 
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