• Sea Pearls Lace-Thru Uncoated Dive Weight

Sea Pearls Lace-Thru Uncoated Dive Weight are die-casted from lead that has been reclaimed from car batteries. Antimony and tin are added to derive the alloy required for proper hardness and appearance. This increases the standard and quality of the dive weight.


Molten lead alloy is injected into multi-cavity moulds undoing immense pressure. This process provides the best quality, most consistent diving weights in the industry.


Sea Pearls Lace-Thru Uncoated Dive Weight will fit any nylon or rubber belt of 2” / 50mm width.


Features:

- Weight belt webbing laces thru the weight
- Hardened with antimony to prevent deforming
- Rounded and contoured for comfort
- Great for use with nylon or rubber weight belts
- Ideal for use in weight-integrated BCDs

- Good for both Freedivng & Spear Fishing


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Sea Pearls Lace-Thru Uncoated Dive Weight

  • Brand: Sea Pearls
  • Product Code: Sea-Pearls-Uncoated-Dive-Weight
  • Availability: In Stock
  • SGD 8


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