DGX S/S Quick-Release Buckle

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A durable, stainless steel buckle for use in SCUBA applications.

DGX S/S Quick-Release Buckle

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  • Compatible with any {2 in | 5.1 cm} wide webbing material
  • Heavy-duty pinned hinge design made from 316-series stainless steel
  • Incorporates three slot design with positive spring detent on the closure
  • Suitable for weight belts and harness waist belt applications

This premium metal buckle is the preferred heavy-duty pinned hinge design made from 316-series stainless steel. It is Compatible with any { 2 in | 5.1 cm } wide webbing material and suitable for marine applications. The buckle incorporates the three slot design experienced divers require for weight belts and harness waist belts. This version does NOT have the "teeth" that can damage webbing but rather used a clean dull "blade" design that runs across the length of the webbing to pinch it securely closed with a positive detent incorporated in to the base.

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Brand DGX
SKU DX-60401
Weight 0.350000

Customer Reviews

Threading a 3-Slot Quick-Release Belt Buckle

For harness and weight belt applications, we recommend only using a three-slot metal buckle with a pinned hinge mechanism that is riveted. We also suggest using a design that has a positive detent on the closure. The webbing should be woven through all three slots and then back upon itself through the wider end slot. Weave S/S Belt Buckle

Starting from the front of the metal buckle, thread the left waist strap through the larger end slot of the buckle. If using the buckle on backplate harness, position the buckle approximately { 18 in | 45.7 cm } of webbing length from the plate left waist slot. Then thread the webbing from the back through the center slot and through the front of the inner most slot. Finally, thread the webbing through the back of the larger end slot so there are two thicknesses of webbing through one slot and pull the weave tight.

To easily use your buckle: lift the tang to 90° angle in relation to the base of the buckle, then touch the free end of the webbing to the tip of tang and slide the webbing down the tang and into the slot. Pull the webbing through the buckle and push down on the tang until you feel the detent engage for a secure closure.