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Freedive Weight Belt | MAKO Spearguns


 
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MAKO Spearguns Freedive Weight Belt

Hey Guys, My freedive belts are made by the exact same factory as the expensive brands.

They are available direct from MAKO for a lot less.

High Performance Gear – Direct From MAKO – No Dive Shop Markup!”

Dive Safe,
- Dano

The MAKO Spearguns Rubber Freedive Weight Belt is depth compensating and allows for expansion while breathing up at the surface.

The quick release buckle allows for fast ditching.

One size fits all. Pre drilled holes allow for custom trimming to divers desired required length.

Rubber freedive weight belts accept all standard lead weights. However, with some vinyl coated weights, the slit is not wide enough to accept a rubber freedive weight belt.

Warning: There are some freedive weight belts on the market that DO NOT have the offset quick release feature.

This means that in an emergency, when you pull (with one hand) on the hanging belt strap, the pin does not automatically release. This is very dangerous.

With our rubber freedive belt, the pin DOES release automatically by pulling on the hanging strap (one hand operation).

Compare our freedive weight belt to any other weight belt on the market. Our weight belt is by far one of the best on the market. And, be sure to compare the stretch of the belts. The belts lacking the one handed quick release feature do not stretch nearly as much as the MAKO Spearguns belt. Our rubber freedive belt includes the offset quick release feature. It has more stretch and costs less.

NOTE: Install your lead before trimming. Rubber belt is 53 inches long and can be cut to size.

MAKO FREE REPLACEMENT/SAFETY POLICY

To our valued customers:
MAKO Spearguns recognizes that diving (both freediving and SCUBA) are potentially dangerous activities. We have all heard of tragic accidents where a diver is found on the bottom while still wearing a weight belt. We hope and pray that should any of our customers find themselves in a situation where ditching a belt may be necessary, that there is no delay and the belt is dropped immediately.

In many situations a belt is recoverable, however if your MAKO Spearguns belt and lead weights are ditched (and lost) in a diving emergency…. I will replace it free of charge.

The last thing we want is our customers considering the cost of a lost belt in an emergency. The only thing we ask is that the individual shares with us (and our friends and customers) some sort of write-up about how the situation developed and how it was resolved. That way, we can all learn and be reminded to keep safety in the forefront of our minds.

Dive safe,
Dano

VIDEO: Weight Belts - Rubber vs Nylon

Brian discusses Weight Belt types and Weight Belt safety

image-divider Stainless steel D ring

The weight Keeper with D Ring allows for attaching lobster bag, gauges, tickle sticks, etc.

image-divider Weight Belt Crotch Strap keeps your weights in place

The MAKO Spearguns Weight Belt Crotch Strap keeps your weights in place (positioned low around the hips) and prevents your weight belt from sliding towards your torso when you are upside down during descents.

image-divider perfect for attaching accessories in and out of the water

The MAKO Spearguns Brass Double Ender is perfect for attaching accessories in and out of the water.

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5 of 5 Great no slip belt May 12, 2020
Reviewer: Jefe from Little island in the Far East  
No slipping on you or the weights.   Really comfortable and secure, but easily ditched if you must.  It's always good to test and practice this in shallow water.  
Cheap enough that I setup belts for different suits so I don't have to fuss with moving weights.  Going bare?  I got a belt for that!

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5 of 5 May 12, 2020
Reviewer: Jason Shaffer from Northern California  


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5 of 5 April 23, 2020
Reviewer: Patrick Evans from SANTA CRUZ, CA United States  


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5 of 5 Perfect spearo belt March 23, 2020
Reviewer: Everitt Gordon from Newfoundland NJ, United States  
Thick stretchy rubber, no rivets or screws to fail, holds heavy weights snug.  Much prefer it to the very thin, soft stretch, free dive belts that feel like underwear elastic.....

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