You won’t find safety lanyards lighter than the 2b Free Freediving Lanyards!
Safety in freediving should always be the number one priority, which is the primary purpose of freediving lanyards. Lanyards are attached to the wrist, ankle or waist connected to the training line so that you are always connected to the line when you go up and down, and in case of emergency, you can easily be lifted back up to the surface.
The 2b Free Lanyards are your ultralight freediving lanyards designed and produced by World Champion and World Record Holder Alexander Bubenchikov. These freediving lanyards are made of high-quality materials for durability, and of course, for diver’s safety and convenience.
In 2013 Alexander Bubenchikov started to experiment with different styles, designs. At the beginning of 2015, he created a model that satisfied him. He continued improving it, making a great lanyard that is now highly appreciated by the world’s top freediving athletes. The lanyards are made attentively even to the smallest detail and are made with the highest quality and safety standards.
The technical specifications of the freediving lanyards
The freediving lanyard is very light, weighing 126 grams, with a small stainless steel quick-release carabiner with a swivel. It also has a professional aluminium climbing carabiner, 4cm quick release wrist lock, and 1.5mm special stainless steel cable. It is the same lanyard used for the 2b Free CNF belt.
There are five different colours you can choose from Green, Red, Orange, Yellow & Blue.
Many of the world championship medals and national records in Cyprus World Championship Depth 2016 were obtained with these lanyards. In fact, these lanyards have already gained a lot of positive feedback from world champions.
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