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    360 Mirror

    Bought one of these last week and just tested it and was impressed, dead easy to bubble check on your own, spot issues with kit config etc.

    I now know that my d rings need sorting out cos bo bottles were swinging like an old cows udders in the breeze today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonG View Post
    I now know that my d rings need sorting out cos bo bottles were swinging like an old cows udders in the breeze today.
    Doesn’t sound like you needed the mirror to tell you that

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    So a 360 mirror allows you to look in a mirror and see in front of you? Is there. A need for that? Canít you just look in front of you and then use a normal mirror to look behind you?

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    Got a link to the mirror? Can it be attached to your compass bungee?

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    Interesting that the photo shows it in the same place a Goodman handle will be.

    Is the band long enough to go on ones wrist?

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    Just wear it on the other hand instead.

    But yes, from the post:
    The surround is attached to an elastic webbing strap which can be adjusted to fit on a gloved hand, around a wrist or clipped on to a BCD.

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    I tried it on my torch, back of right hand and settled with it on wrist in front of Kubi rings.

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    I think I just happened upon the forum post that inspired the 360 mirror:

    Quote Originally Posted by Woz View Post
    If I saw a bootless pair of 12s hovering above a platform in a quarry with GARF down the sides, I'd plummet like a brick too and hopefully grind my crotch into his mask.

    Well if I didn't before I will now

    Be very afraid and I suggest some sort of glove mounted mirror to check what's about to billy-fcuk you in the face...
    https://www.thediveforum.com/showthr...ll=1#post70453
    The major difference between a thing that might go wrong and a thing that cannot possibly go wrong is that when a thing that cannot possibly go wrong goes wrong it usually turns out to be impossible to get at or repair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wibs View Post
    Is the band long enough to go on ones wrist?
    Yes


 
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