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Design flaw

Discussion in 'DUI' started by oldflounder, Jan 10, 2014.

  1. oldflounder

    oldflounder Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: New Hampshire/Maine seacoast or Lake Winnie
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    I have owned the weight/trim harness for 3 years and really love it. Because of my Alfred Hitchcock physique I can't keep a standard weight belt up. I use the harness maybe 30 dives a year w/abt 15 lbs each pouch. At other times I use a weight intergrated bcd. Lately I have noticed that the attachment point of the adjustable straps to the shoulder straps are tearing out and don't have much life left. I will soon have them taken off and reattached further up the shoulder with a reinforcement pad behind them. I would recommend that your design department rethink this stitching and beef up those attachment points in future production. Otherwise it is a great product.
     
  2. KathyIGH

    KathyIGH Dive professional

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    Hi Oldfounder,

    Thank you for your post. Are you referring to the WT2? We no longer manufacture this model. Our current Weight & Trim System, which can be found at DUI Weight & Trim System , is made with webbing at the shoulders.

    I am passing along your comments to quality control. We always appreciate this type of feedback.

    Thank you,

    Kathy
     

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