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Anyone Using The Zeagle Covert XT?

Discussion in 'Diving Into New Gear' started by Cpt.Jack, Jul 9, 2019.

  1. The Chairman

    The Chairman Chairman of the Board

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    The Express Tech has two full straps, and it's plenty stable with a tank strapped in.
     
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  2. Fishhy

    Fishhy Angel Fish

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    Thanks for responding!
    I have the same pocket that I added via the screw mounts (melted a second hole in the strap on the back to mount to the bottom hole as well for more stability).

    Where did you find your molle connectors / d-ring? Those look handy. I have my DSMB/Reel in my pocket currently to keep it from flapping around - I see a lot of prople with BP/W setups putting them on a d-ring on the small of their back - maybe something that can be sewn on later?
     
  3. Tundrahog

    Tundrahog Angel Fish

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    innovative scuba has several different molle connectors like the d-ring. The light and scissor pockets are off amazon they have lots of different pouches ect.

    I was looking at the Zeagle quick link and zipper systems the other day. was going to see if they would work on the XT.
     
  4. Tundrahog

    Tundrahog Angel Fish

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    a couple of the other comments about fit seem to hold true, I'm a pretty big guy (6' and 270 lb) and I wear a large? whatever works I guess. the comments about heads up trim and unstable tanks ring true, but usually I think I'm new enough that most issues are with me not my gear. I'm also working on weight placement.
     
  5. iyakonboats

    iyakonboats ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I love it all around, fits well, easy to use, no complaints here.
     

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