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Best Weight System on Hogarthian?

Discussion in 'Hogarthian Diving' started by hainakuoh, Jan 29, 2013.

  1. fisheater

    fisheater Divemaster Candidate

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    Integrated weights clutter up the waist belt, make the entire system heavy to lift and make it dangerous to doff and don underwater.
     
  2. TigerDiver8

    TigerDiver8 Barracuda

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    I dont have any problem doffing. But other than that what other reasons are there. Saftey or consistency with other tek diver so everyone knows where everythings at or do they get in the way with accessories or stage bottles



    I just realized u mean doff and don at depth, amd just realized how fast i would scream to the surface in my 7mm if i took my rig off at depth. That is something i had never thought about. So is the weight belt supposed to go over the harness belt and crotch strap or what. And whats the best way to go rubber, webbing soft weight hard weight........



    Actually dont answer, ill just read through this thread. Haha
     
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