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i have a typical dive belt now. gear up looks like the same thing. odm looks pretty sweet for a extra $10. i would love a flatlander belt but i have no patience to wait that long 

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yea you guys know what your talking about. ordering one right now. looks great . price is great. and love supporting a small shop. thanks alot guys

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17 mins ago, dynasty said:

i have a typical dive belt now. gear up looks like the same thing. odm looks pretty sweet for a extra $10. i would love a flatlander belt but i have no patience to wait that long 

 

He only took about a week or so to make my belt. The smaller accessories stuff i find that he can make them quickly. I got a plier sheath within a week and that includes the shipping time as well.

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54 mins ago, dynasty said:

i have a typical dive belt now. gear up looks like the same thing. odm looks pretty sweet for a extra $10. i would love a flatlander belt but i have no patience to wait that long 

The ODM'S are not stiff enough to hold all of my accessories such as pliers, boga's, etc

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Cressi dive belt. Thick, pretty stiff, come in black, yellow, and blue. Heavy SS buckle. Reasonably priced

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Finally got out for the first time this year the other day and used my new tiderunner belt. Wow, what a difference compared to the old crappy belt. I like it so much I think I'm going to order another one.

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imho

tiderunner is great as a belt for waders or shorts with fairly light load, i.e. pliers, knife, small bag

- great price and quality but not enough support / rigidity for lots of gear

 

been using the nylon LE duty belts from galls on sale for years, cheap and perfect, carry as much as you want

 

just bought a used gear-up and it seems to combine the support of heavy nylon belt with the adjustability of the velcro and dive type buckle

 

i wouldnt pay $75 plus for a new belt when $25-30 at Galls suited my needs, but 2nd hand, that gear up is pretty sweet

 

 

 

 

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I like my tiderunner. Only have it because I won it. For 10 yrs before that I used my EMS belt from Galls. Its still my backup belt.

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