Highland Tail Trim Weight Pouch

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XSS-WB500
The Tail Weight Pouch can be used to easily attach weight to the bottom of a backplate.

Highland Tail Trim Weight Pouch

Highland Tail Trim Weight Pouch
Highland Tail Trim Weight Pouch Highland Tail Trim Weight Pouch
  • Add additional weight at the bottom of a hard backplate
  • Precisely adjust the amount of weight you add based on your needs
  • Pouch will hold up to {6 lb | 2.7 kg} of lead shot
  • Pouch will hold up to {5 lb | 2.3 kg} of soft or hard weights

The Tail Weight Pouch is designed for divers using backplates who find that they need additional weight at the bottom of the plate. The pouch will hold up to
{ 6 lb | 2.7 kg } of lead shot, and the 2-way Velcro® closure guarantees a secure seal. If you prefer to use hard or soft weights, the wide opening of the mouth allows insertion of up to { 5 lb | 2.3 kg }. The pouch can be attached to the bottom tank band, between the cylinder and the wing, with the cylinder band bolts or with a metal assembly screw.

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SKU XSS-WB500
Brand XS Scuba
Weight (lbs) 0.5000
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  1. Mr. Reider

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    Good product, convinient to use
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  2. does the job!

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    No complaints so far. I think that I can only put a 4 lbs soft weight in it and it is pretty tight
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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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