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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Keller View Post
    If you are in the market for a commercial diving harness check this one out. Looks a little worn but it will do the job very well.

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    Thanks for the heads up. I do have enough the material and know how to make one. I made a harness for the safety line for ice diving, long gone now but I can whip up a useable harness some afternoon. What does a 50ft umbilical weight? I'm thinking it's on the weighty side. Line and hose aren't light in long lenghts.

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    It is not very heavy, I could weigh it when I get a chance but it is not going to be a big concern, it should work out to be something less then about 10lbs. I chose a 50' umbilical because it was easy to work with in the confined space of a kayak and was enough for the depths I was using it in. I try to keep this as simple and low impact as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Keller View Post
    It is not very heavy, I could weigh it when I get a chance but it is not going to be a big concern, it should work out to be something less then about 10lbs. I chose a 50' umbilical because it was easy to work with in the confined space of a kayak and was enough for the depths I was using it in. I try to keep this as simple and low impact as possible.
    Don't weight it on my account. Weight is realtive anyway. My old 72's got heavier through the years

    I agree KISS is a beautifui thing to strive for. Thanks again for your advise.

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