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Reviewer: Charles Brodsky on 7/8/2012Adjutable Divers Lanyard: - With the Investment in a good Quality Divers Knife, you need to be able not to Loose it when you pull it out of its sheath. For eg. if you happen to pull out your knife for what ever the reason like a predator that is too close for your comfort ( invading your personal space) & you need to scare Him/Her off you can always punch it in the snout, where all their most sensitive nerves are or jab it w/ you Knife to scare them OFF & let them know that you are not an easy Meal! The Adjustable Divers Lanyard is a Great investment, it is @ a Great price $ that easily fits around your wrist, that you can adjust for a tight Fit so when you pull out your Divers Knife and you most certainly dont want...View Full Review
Reviewer: Paul Selden on 9/11/2006Carabiner With Ring - Hey, you can never have too many carabiners! Ive attached mine to just about everything that I would otherwise have to carry by hand so that I can easily clip them off when I need to. Dive lights, my folding knife, the end of my underwater measuring tape, slate you name it, they all get a carabiner. With the thicker gloves that I have to wear most of the year in Michigan, opening and closing a carabiner is much easier than having to manipulate a little clip!
Reviewer: Billy M. on 9/14/2008These clips are great. - when we boat dive, its far easier to clip our bcs off to a floating line in the water, put on our drysuits, mask, and fins on deck, and then finish suiting up in the water. one problem that arises sometimes is that regulator hoses, computer hoses, or drysuit inflator hoses can end up tucked in behind your back or under your cumberbund. i put one clip on a d-ring on the lower part of each of my bc straps (two clips total), and clip all of the hoses to the d-rings before i begin donning the bc. inflator hose and computer hose on left, main regulator and safe-second regulator hoses on the right. now all of the hoses are kept in line with the bc straps while i fasten the cumberbund and the...View Full Review
Reviewer: eric n. on 1/17/2014Thanks for nothing scuba.com - These were listed on the website as being in stock. Then got an email 4 days after order was placed saying they were backordered. So then they finally shipped order. They could have given me a suitable substitute or asked if i wanted a suitable substitute but instead shipped order. On top of that they charge an additional fee of $10 gor shipping to and FPO address when it truly is not an extra cost to ship as per USPS they charge that cause an employee has to take an extra 3 min to fill out a customs form. Ao not only did i not get my needed item i would have had to pay the $10 FPO surcharge again in order to get a substitute.
Reviewer: Kristian B. on 4/9/2007Everthing I Expected - I needed a good attachment for my underwater camera gear and this lanyard coild worked great. Quality material and hardware. It was easy to snap and unsnap - never felt like I was going to loose my $1,000 camera outfit.
Reviewer: Brian G. on 8/13/2007Good idea, but didnt need it... - I made the mistake of purchasing this before buying my new bc. My Cressi Aqualight came with two. I now have an extra for my save-a-dive kit. They work great, keeping my octo and console where I can find them and from being dragged on the reef or sand. I do find that my console has a tendency to fall out of its retainer fairly easy when I look at it but not often enough to be frustrating. Ill probably stick to these since they seem to keep things closer to my body than other systems.
Reviewer: Karen Singleton on 4/23/2014better than the retractable! - This sure beats the hell out of the old retractable lanyard I had used for years. With this one, you can tether heavier objects, and not have to worry about them reeling out and dragging on the reef when you are not looking. For such a low price, this is an excellent investment.
Reviewer: juan d. on 11/14/2014Akona Deluxe Clip with Male Quick Release Review - $8.50 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - everything as described. good quality. and prompt deliver!!!!
Reviewer: misty P. on 4/11/2014clipped - Quite a bit smaller than anticipated but fits nicely on a BC without adding bulk or excess drag.