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Shark Mfg. Pony Bottle Mounting System Considered Best Choice

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Shark Mfg. has redesigned the Heavy Duty Pony Bottle Mounting System for SCUBA divers and it’s considered the best model available.

Fort Jones, California, USA – April 15, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Shark Mfg. is proud to announce that the Pony Bottle Mounting System, the best in the industry, will have a new Pony Bottle Mounting Bracket available for sale later this month. This new model is Electro-polished and will be ready to order at the PonyBracket.com website. The price of this new model is $72.00 with free shipping, which is a bargain for bottle mounting.

Shark Mfg. is the only manufacturer to sell a mounting bracket that fits all pony tank sizes. The Pony Bottle Mounts have no pins to lineup or Velcro to come loose which makes them safer and more convenient than other bottle mounts available. Also, the Pony Bottle Mounts don’t hang from BCD tank straps such as competitor models do. Instead, these bottle mounts fit up tight against main dive tanks and will not move once they are mounted. They are superb for taking the hassle out of changing out dive tanks for second dives.

Divers in every corner of the world have long trusted the Shark Mfg. Pony Brackets including SCUBA diving instructors and dive team leaders. Public safety dive teams have also been using the Pony Tank Brackets for years due to the convenience, safety and ease of use built into each of them. In fact, these tank brackets are so unique that they hold a US patent.

The Shark Mfg. Pony Tank Mounts are manufactured with the highest quality welding process; Tig welding and marine grade 304 stainless steel. This makes these Pony Tank Mounts durable and the best quality. Despite the affordable pricing, the Electro-polishing is a very expensive process that changes the stainless steels finish to a chrome look for the latest model brackets.

About Shark Mfg:
American Manufacturers, Shark Mfg. began making the Pony Tank Mounting Bracket in 1997 because the founder, a fabricator and Scuba diver, had tried all the different mounting options available and discovered that divers needed something better, safer and easier to use. The research and development team at Shark Mfg have been diving with Shark Mfg. products throughout these 17 years and have redesigned the Pony Tank Mounting Bracket to reach the highest level of quality and expert operations.

For more information about us, please visit http://ponybracket.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Tom Menne
Email: tom@ponybracket.com
Address: 4647 Scott River Rd., Fort Jones, California 96032
Phone: 877-379-0002
Organization: Shark Manufacturing

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