DGX Trim Weight Pocket {4 lb | 1.8 kg}

$10.00
In Stock
SKU
DX-101003
The DGX Gears Trim Weight Pocket is compact and works equally well on a waist band or tank strap.

DGX Trim Weight Pocket {4 lb | 1.8 kg}

Trim Weight Pocket Front
DGX Trim Weight Pocket {4 lb | 1.8 kg} DGX Trim Weight Pocket {4 lb | 1.8 kg} DGX Trim Weight Pocket {4 lb | 1.8 kg} DGX Trim Weight Pocket {4 lb | 1.8 kg} Trim Weight Pocket Front
  • Designed to hold one { 2, 3 or 4 lb } block weight
  • Made from Cordura with Velcro closure and tab
  • Mounts to any { 2 in | 5 cm } webbing
  • Square shaped { 3.25 x 3.25 in }
  • Stainless steel grommet on bottom for drainage

Made from Cordura with Velcro closure and tab, the DGX Trim Weight Pocket is specifically designed to hold one { 2, 3 or 4 lb | 0.9, 1.3 or 1.8 kg } block weight, or small soft weights. The pocket is square shaped with dimensions of { 3.25 x 3.25 in | 8.25 x 8.25 cm }. A stainless steel grommet at the bottom provides drainage.

Two { 1 in | 2.5 cm } nylon webbing strips along the back provide a secure fit on any { 2 in | 5 cm } webbing. Mounted sideways at the waist, when the pocket is opened the weight may be easily removed. The pocket is also ideal for attaching trim weight to cylinders. Use a {2 in | 5.1 cm} belt slide or webbing lock to secure the pocket if you please (NOT Included).

DGX Trim Weight Pockets are sold individually. Order two if you need a pair.

NOTE: The use of a 2" plastic belt slide (NOT Included) serves to work as a weight pocket STOP very well. See detailed image above.

More Information
SKU DX-101003
Brand DGX
Weight 0.0700
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Get the Lead Out!

Adding weight is rarely the solution to a trim problem. In many cases, just removing excess weight from the waist belt will reduce the size of the compensating gas bubble and is often a better approach to adjusting trim. However, sometimes the amount of weight is correct but it needs to be redistributed to correct a trim problem, particularly if aluminum cylinders or drysuits are involved. Proceed cautiously and try to remove weight somewhere else when adding a trim weight because in many cases the diver already has too much weight and adding weight, even trim weight, just makes the problem worse.



     

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