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Hi all,

I've had my wing (zeagle) about 6 months and I love it.

However, I'm not happy with my set up as far as the inflator hose goes.

Currently, I have it attached to my left shoulder strap with a velcro wrap. The problem I find is that as a result it loops down under the wrap so when I lift it above shoulder it won't necessarily dump air and so I have to twist sideways, left side up and then dump air.....it's not good when I'm near silt and have buoyancy probs.

If I leave the hose free it takes time to locate and can waft around a bit.

Any advice welcome.

Thanks in advance.

Graham
 

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Clip it to an auto retract lanyard at the end. Just make sure the retracting lanyard lets out enough slack to allow deployment of the inflator hose.

Alternatively use the pull dump method of dumping air and leave the hose in the Velcro strap.

ATB

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Mark,

Thanks for that. No idea why neither had crossed my mind.

Best regards.

Graham
 
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