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Forum: Dive Equipment

The section to discuss general dive equipment (not CCR) including regs, cylinders, BCDs, suits, fins, computers etc

Sub-Forums: Dive Equipment

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  1. Many of the questions which get asked about dive equipment are fairly common. Have a look here first to see if they have been asked before. If not, go down a little bit...

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  2. Anything to do with regulators (1st or 2nd stage) or diving cylinders, their properties and configurations

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  3. Buoyancy Compensation Devices, Wings and other devices to keep you afloat on the surface or neutrally buoyant underwater. Reviews, questions, comments: all in here.

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  4. Drysuits, Wet-suits, Semi-dry wetsuits, rash vests, thermal undersuits - anything to do with keeping you dry and/or warm whilst diving.

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  5. Primary torches, back up torches, light sabres, all in here. It can be dark underwater and you need to be able to see the critters or your way out. Discuss sources of light you can take underwater with you.

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  6. We need to understand how long and how deep we have been underwater to work out our decompression obligation. This section is for discussing computers and dive/bottom timers which help us with this.

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  7. As it says! If it doesn't fit it into any of the previous categories, put it in here.

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  8. Some people have the skill and knowledge to service their own life support equipment and want to share that knowledge. Here is the place to discuss it - however, this information is provided without liability. YOU are responsible for your own safety which may mean getting it serviced professionally.

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