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RAILBLAZA Dive & Gas Bottle Holder

RAILBLAZA Dive & Gas Bottle Holder

2.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$35.99 $29.99

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Description

The RAILBLAZA Dive & Gas Bottle Holder is a strong and versatile solution for holding various sizes bottles and cans. From LPG & propane bottles to scuba dive bottles and gas and water cans, the Dive & Gas Bottle Holder will safely secure them all in place.

The RAILBLAZA Dive & Gas Bottle Holder can be permanently mounted using fastenings supplied or made removable using our StarPort mounting system.

Designed and made in New Zealand from materials suitable to the harsh marine environment, this fully adjustable bottle holder will help you tidy up your cockpit, keep your scuba gear safely out of the way, and is installed in minutes. It features a plastic buckle for quick and easy operation and a fully adjustable strap for different bottle diameters.   As always, this complete kit comes with all stainless steel installation hardware, installation instructions, and rigging tips from RAILBLAZA.  Waterproof silicone recommended but not included.

  • Holds various sizes bottles and cans including propane bottles, scuba dive bottles, gas and water cans
  • Can be permanently mounted with fastenings or made removable with the addition of any StarPort base
  • Complete with all hardware and rigging instructions
  • Base not included

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 9 × 6 in

1 review for RAILBLAZA Dive & Gas Bottle Holder

  1. 2 out of 5

    Note that the picture showing the mount on a rail includes two railmounts, sold separately. The alternative is to drill holes through your rail to bolt each side on. The description is technically correct, but I’d assumed that a “permanent installation” still bolted around, rather than through, the rail, making it “movable with some effort”, rather than “better get it right the first time.”

    I’m also not sure what bottles the arms are shaped for. They’re a little narrow for my standard 80L and 63L aluminum dive cylinders, and they’re made of a fairly rigid plastic. They still seem stronger than straps alone, but it’s less contact and therefore worse support than I’d expected.

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