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Thread Cam Band Tank Strap Scuba Gear Videos

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How to Thread a Soft Cam Band Tank Strap Buckle Instructional Video

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How to Thread a Soft Cam Band Tank Strap Buckle Instructional Video

This maintenance video demonstrates How to Thread a Soft Cam Band Tank Strap Buckle. One the best designs to hit the dive industry was the introduction of the SCUBA Tank CAM Band Strap in 1986. The style made the transport of BCD’s that much easier by a soft band that was able to be un-threaded and collapsed –FLAT when being pack for World Wide Dive travel. But the main purpose of this training video to is show you how to thread and un-thread the webbing from the CAM Buckle if you wish to do so for travel, or if renting, in case the BCD is given to you with the CAM Band Buckle un-threaded.