Dive Weights & Belts

Maintaining proper buoyancy is key to a successful, comfortable dive. Just like you don't wear an ill-fitting button down while flirting with local bartender (awful idea, by the way), you wouldn’t wear an uncomfortable weighted belt system while diving. Find the fit and style that suits you today. And maybe you’ll get his or her number, who knows.

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Omer Rubber Marsellaise Diving Belt
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Omer Rubber Marsellaise Diving Belt

$53.00
SEAC Vest Black
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SEAC Vest Black

$38.00
Scuba Diver`s Ankle Weights
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Scuba Diver`s Ankle Weights

$24.99
Scuba 6lb Shot Soft Weight
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Scuba 6lb Shot Soft Weight

$24.00
Armor Dive Weight Carry Bag
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Armor Dive Weight Carry Bag

$23.96
Rubber Weight Belt With Wire Buckle
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Rubber Weight Belt With Wire Buckle

$23.95
Scuba 5lb Shot Soft Weight
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Scuba 5lb Shot Soft Weight

$20.00
Cordura Dive Weight Belt
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Cordura Dive Weight Belt

$19.99
Lead 6 LB Scuba Diving Weight
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Lead 6 LB Scuba Diving Weight

$18.00
Scuba 4lb Shot Soft Weight
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Scuba 4lb Shot Soft Weight

$16.00
Lead 5 LB Scuba Diving Weight
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Lead 5 LB Scuba Diving Weight

$15.00
Lead 4 LB Scuba Diving Weight
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Lead 4 LB Scuba Diving Weight

$12.00

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Weights and Belts

Weight belts or other weight systems help scuba divers maintain neutral buoyancy underwater. The amount of weight you need to achieve neutral buoyancy depends on several different factors. You cannot use a simple formula to calculate exactly how much weight you need, but you can take certain factors into consideration when estimating how much weight will be ideal.  A general rule of thumb states that you will need 8 to 10 percent of your body weight for saltwater dives, and 6 to 8 percent of your body weight for fresh water dives. Always refer back to your scuba training manual for specific buoyancy check guidelines.