Trident Weight Belt Suspenders WB80 044051

Mfg Part #: WB-3101
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  • Made of nylon webbing include 4- 2" slots
  • Front and back suspension
  • 2 plastic delrin quick release buckles
  • Adjustable to fit most sizes
  • Perfect for dry suit divers and heavy belts
  • Fits any BC or weight belt with standard 2 inch webbing

Customer Reviews for Trident Weight Belt Suspenders:

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Average Customer Review: based on 18 reviews.

Rating: Outstanding equipment!!
Reviewer: Bryan Jones
I have to say this was probably one of the best things I purchased this year. During my trip to Cozumel the dive shop helped me assemble my weight belt and these suspenders. With as much weight as I needed for the dive, 34 lbs, the suspenders worked without a hitch. Once on my weights felt comfortable and easy to adjust with the suspenders. The end of each strap had adjustments to work around the weights. The shoulders buckles helps to snugg everything up. The suspenders worked well with the BCD. After examining the suspenders with all my equipment on, I felt it would be no problem dropping the weights if I needed to. Again this was a great buy and helped prevent my weights dropping off my nonexistent hips.

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Rating: Great product to keep a heavy belt on
Reviewer: RICHARD SCHOENTHALER  -  View all my reviews
Love the suspenders, I do not have much of a rear-end and when I am fresh water diving I have a bit of weight on the belt. I have always had the issue of the belt sliding off, this has prevented that. The Velcro loops that go around the belt are easy to snap on and off so I do not believe releasing weight, if one is place between the shoulder loop and back loop would be a problem, that is if you needed to release the weight.

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5 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

Rating: They do the job
Reviewer: John S.
I lack the butt and hips to hold my weight belt on. On my Cert. Dives I was fighting my weight belt the whole time. Since ordering these I have no problems with belt slipping or readjustment during my dives. If you are renting gear you may want to consider getting your own belt and weights because it is extra work getting it set up proper while the rest of your group is ready to go.

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Truly Universal Fit
Reviewer: Robert Z.  -  View all my reviews
These suspenders eliminate the tugging and adjusting of heavy weight belts, and are comfortable to wear. Their extra long straps can be adjusted to fit anyone, and the releases operate smoothly. Reminder: Let your dive buddy know you have them on so they will know to release them as well as the belt should the need arise.

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77 out of 149 people found this review helpful.

Rating: bad back
Reviewer: william prater  -  View all my reviews
The weight belt suspenders do a great job of getting me () an older diver) to the water, a little practice and they are also very easy to dump. A real boon to aging baby boomer type. thanks again Bill

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106 out of 210 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Weight Belt Suspenders
Reviewer: Dan C.
Nice product, quick shipping, will work great holding my weight belt up

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2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Exactly what I was looking for
Reviewer: Jeffrey S.  -  View all my reviews
I needed something to secure my weights with no chance of accidental release. This product secures my weight belt nicely

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26 out of 49 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Trident Weight Belt Suspenders
Reviewer: Wendy S.
Great Quality. Very adjustable for fit. Weight belt is held very securely. Really solved the "droopy belt" problem for me. Easy to take on and off. Your weight belt with suspenders should really not be considered as part of your releasable weight load as the release procedure involves buckles which will be located *UNDER* a recreational BCD. There is a substantial risk of entanglement. Store your weight accordingly. I keep 1/2-2/3 in releasable pockets and 1/2-1/3 on the belt. Splitting your weight this way reduces the drama of an inadvertent release and allows better control if doffing and donning gear underwater.

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148 out of 284 people found this review helpful.

Rating: suspenders
Reviewer: Gregory G.  -  View all my reviews
This item was a addition to a weight belt I had.The suspendenders added the extra lift protection.I took it to a shoe maker and had it sewn on .Im using it in conjunction with wearing a drysuit.Well made and strong denier.

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266 out of 528 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Why do firemen wear suspenders!
Reviewer: Jaime I.  -  View all my reviews
I always have trouble with keeping weight belt up and these did the trick! Thanks!

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83 out of 163 people found this review helpful.

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Questions and Answers for Trident Weight Belt Suspenders:

  • Maryam:

    How do you use the dive suspenders?

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    These fit with a standard weight belt.

  • ryan:

    I have a scuba pro weight belt and I just received my trident suspenders... what is the best way to use these two together?

    Greg  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    The ScubaPro weight belt does not an attachment point for the suspenders. The belt webbing is sewn directly to the weight pockets. The diving weight suspenders will fit any standard 2 inch webbing.

  • Joe:

    Does the suspender go over my BC without interfering with BC operation?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    These would be used under the bcd.

  • Keith:

    Am I right or wrong that the suspenders have a 2 inch loop on the bottom that you slip on to the weight bely

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at


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