OMS Trim Weight Pocket {5 lb | 2.3 kg}

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OMS-OM20444
The OMS Trim Weight Pocket is ideal to hold additional weight on your waist or tank strap.

OMS Trim Weight Pocket {5 lb | 2.3 kg}

OMS 5-Pound Trim Weight Pocket
OMS 5-Pound Trim Weight Pocket Trim Weight Pocket - Back
  • Heavy Duty 1000 Denier Nylon material
  • Maximum weight per pocket is {5 lb | 2.3 kg}
  • Mounts vertically or horizontally on 2" webbing
  • Attach on waist belt OR on tank bands to adjust trim
  • Secure Velcro closure w/ 1" D-ring on flap

The OMS Trim Weight Pocket holds up to {5 lb | 2.3 kg} of weight and is designed to be mounted on {2 in | 5.1 cm} webbing either vertically or horizontally. The pocket can be used on divers waist belt OR on nylon tank bands to adjust the divers trim. Also appropriate for use as a small accessory pocket. Utilizes a secure velcro closure and includes a {1 in | 2.5 cm} D-ring on the main flap.

  • Maximum weight is {5 lb | 2.3 kg}
  • Mounts vertically or horizontally
  • Secure Velcro® closure
  • Heavy duty 1000 Denier Nylon® material
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SKU OMS-OM20444
Brand OMS
Weight (lbs) 0.2500
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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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