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You can make this box go away Joining is quick and easy. Hey ADM, After reading the ezines and then after buying a torch from super seller curt subscribing to ADM online, i notice that the armadillo sidemount harness is used extensively.

Do you ADM guys use the sidemount harness solely for cave-like expedition dives, or are you using it for somewhat recreational open water dives? I'm interested in sidemounting for open water and wonder how the armadillo harness would handle faber steel cuft tanks and figured i'd ask at the source Cheers.

I've used it in caves for side mounting, in open water side mounting and with cam straps, with a back mount tank, as well. When I travel, if I have multiple destinations with different gear configurations, I will bring the Armadillo and it works in every environment with every configuration I have used. Personally, I don't get too wrapped up in love affairs with my gear, but if I had to choose one harness it would be the Armadillo.

It's one of those things that works exactly the way it is supposed to. I can't speak directly to your question about using steel s as I have never used steel s with my rig --maybe one of the other guys can talk about that. Before going with the Armadillo, I tried a different sidemount system. The other system worked, but not as well as the Armadillo. I think the reason is the Armadillo was designed as a sidemount setup, not cobbled together from other components.

It is a good idea to take a side mount course, or at least have someone knowledgable about side mounting set up your tanks for you --I say that from experience. Jeff Toorish , Jul 1, I have used the Armadillo with evrything from Al 80's to Steel Genesis 's.

I am to short for the 's in my opinion unlike Bret but for me the steel 's work great and as Jeff has mentioned I Also have configured this harness in many different applications.

You have to make it personal. Have at it. GDI , Aug 12, Brett Hemphill did design the Armadillo gear. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content. Share This Page Tweet. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

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Armadillo Sidemount Exploration Harness S - Short

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These typically fall into one of two categories; minimalist Hogarthian-inspired rigs and cold-water rigs. These are primarily popular in warm-water regions, where aluminum cylinders will be used. Attachment points for cylinders are typically on the waist belt and butt-plates are omitted. Cold-water rigs are also more likely to offer integrated buoyancy redundancy. They typically use a soft-backplate that has grommits for attaching a single-tank adapter, backmount doubles or directly fitted with cam-bands. Some manufacturers for instance, Hollis and DiveRite also offer sidemount BCDs with either a top or bottom left mounted low-pressure inflator hose.

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Positioning the harness on your body Fig. This is essential for a proper fit. To position the harness on your body: 1. Place the harness on your back with the bungee side in. Align the curve of the shoulder harness to the base of your neck see the diagram below. D-rings should be placed at a comfortable location on the shoulder straps.

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