Dive Rite Transplate Harness Only

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TheTransPlate harness is a Dive Rite innovation designed specifically for hard backplates.

Dive Rite Transplate Harness Only

DR Transplate Harness
DR Transplate Harness
  • Accommodates both single and double tank diving
  • Adjustable ergonomic padded shoulder straps
  • Quick release buckles on both shoulders
  • Chest strap for weight distribution and snug fit
  • Backed with the Dive Rite Lifetime Warranty

The TransPlate harness utilizes many features and benefits of the TransPac harness for divers who demand comfort and the perfect fit when using a backplate. The TransPlate transforms as quickly and as easily to accommodate everything from single cylinders to doubles with stage and deco bottles. The adjustable padded shoulder straps cinch for a perfect fit, stay where you set them, and allow easy switching between wetsuit and drysuit. The elegant and simple design of the adjustable shoulder straps don't interfere with the waist straps, meaning the waist D-rings don't move when you adjust the shoulders. The shoulder and waist D-ring positions are adjustable or can be removed entirely, and additional D-rings and buckles can easily be added for special needs. Canister lights, bellows pockets and other accessories can be quickly mounted or removed at the waist belt.

Already have your backplate and air cell? Then all you need to purchase is the TransPlate harness itself. The harness shoulders and waist belt quickly install on any hard backplate. The harness comes complete with shoulder and waist D-rings, but does not include a backplate.

More Information
Brand Dive Rite
SKU DR-T3500
Weight 3.000000

Threading a 3-slot Quick-Release Belt Buckle

Thread a Buckle

Starting from the front of the metal buckle, thread the left waist strap through the larger end slot of the buckle. 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. Then 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.

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