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Scubatank Harness

(2 customer reviews)

$68.25

Light-weight harness for diving with a small tank.

Features:

  • Ergonomic and light design
  • Comfortable shoulder pads with stainless steel D rings and velcor loops for easy accessory attachment
  • Velcro weight belt pocket, for easy buoyancy adjustment
  • Fits 1.9 liter, 2.7 liter, 4 liter tanks
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Description

 

Light-weight harness for diving with a small tank.

Features:

  • Ergonomic and light design
  • Comfortable shoulder pads with stainless steel D rings and velcor loops for easy accessory attachment
  • Velcro weight belt pocket, for easy buoyancy adjustment
  • Fits 1.9 liter, 2.7 liter, 4 liter tanks

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 14 × 12 × 6 in

2 reviews for Scubatank Harness

  1. Peter Rozboril (verified owner)

    I haven’t had a chance to use this yet but the idea behind it is exactly what I needed. I learned about this through YouTube and DALLMYD. I have done ‘river treasure’ hunting and lamented the idea of lugging my full size BC and tank. This harness and a pony tank are the perfect solution for staying down in shallow (15-20′) of water for longer than I can hold my breath. It is also a perfect size to carry to the site. The good thing about this harness is the price is fantastic in comparison to anything similar on the market I could find. It is half the price of the nearest competitor’s product. The shipping was very quick and I like getting things in a hurry. In my case, and maybe it is just a fluke, my harness seemed like it came from the ‘blemished’ pile or from ‘B’ stock. One of the velcro closures has the ‘M’ for the Mantus logo upside down (these are actually right and left side oriented logo straps) and they must have run out of left side straps or just were in a hurry and sewed a right side strap onto the left and didn’t notice it so the ‘M’ is upside down and now a ‘W’. Small potatoes, I can live with that. Next, the rubber inlay pad for the tank was very sloppily glued in with dried glue visible all around the pad. If it was a car that was repainted- think ‘overspray’. Once again, ultimately doesn’t interfere with function, just makes the finish look like it was done hurriedly. One small concern I have is that the bolts that protrude in the back might scratch up the finish on my tanks. They seem awfully close to the tank. I guess I will find out in time. Overall, for what it is built for and for my purposes, this is an excellent setup. 5 stars if it didn’t have the cosmetic problems and maybe some sort of rubber/plastic caps to cover the bolts.

  2. Antonio Neves (verified owner)

    Just had the chance to test the harness yesterday on a quick shore dive in a lake. Works great, and didn’t need any extra weight to keep my neutral buoyancy. I was pretty much neutral but maybe sinking a little bit. My idea was to assemble a portable set of gear that I can always carry with me to pretty much go diving in whatever water hole I feel like. If that is your idea, it is much more affordable to buy this harness and a pony tank than to invest money in any of the overpriced sets of “mini” scuba gear in the market (assuming you already have a regulator as part of your set of gear). It works as intended and overcomes the limitations of my full size set of scuba gear. However, I have a couple of remarks about this piece of equipment. One of the things is that a strap with interlocking buckles on the upper chest (just like in BCs) would come in handy and improve overall stability and comfort. Something else is that the tank strap was developed for their own 19 cf tank (sold on this website). It perfectly holds a normal 19 cf pony tank, but it is clear that it was made for a thicker one. Other than that, it is pretty good and works just like I needed it to. Looking forward to more dives with this beauty.

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