Average Customer Review: based on 51 reviews.Rating: Accurate Weight & Fits Weight Belt Pockets
I weigh 270 lbs and plan to free dive. I am wondering how much weight I can use to keep myself at the bottom while diving and metal detecting I have a air supply that will allow me to stay under without air tanks.
What metal is used? Does it rust? How quickly? Before I might think about replacement (staining clothes, bags, etc)? Can these be used in swimming pool too? How can I keep the metal from rusting too quickly?
I use my wet suit for swimming in a pool but find that the bouyancy makes it tough. How much weight should I add to hold myself down and why kin of system or belt do I need for this?
I have a specific ballast need for lead shot, and it is difficult to find lead shot in small weight quantities such as 2lbs. I would like to know the diameter of the shot being used in your weight bags to determine if it is suitable for my application. Thanks
Hi again, my application limits the diameter of the shot I can use, not the shape. I would use the lead shot weights inside the bag without the bag. Thats why I am interested in finding out the diameter of the shot in the bag. Thanks
Is it possible to fit three of the five pound XS soft lead shot bags on each side of the releaseable weight pouches on my Tusa Conquest BCJ 7000? Also, will the five pound weights fit into the trim pouches?
The Tusa BCJ 7000 is designed to have 20 lbs releasable weight & 10 lbs in the trim. So you could fit two 5lb shot weights in each of the front releasable pockets, and one 5lb shot weight in each of the trim pouches.
Hello Jeffrey, no the weight pockets are only designed to hold 10 lbs each side. If you put more than that in them they might not fit into the BC correctly. As for the trim weight pockets yes they are designed to hold 5lbs each. For a total of 30 lbs.
Lead shot weight
#5 Hardened, round shot
Heavy-duty nylon mesh bags
Double needle stitching
Colored labels for quick size identification