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    If all the air is in your forearm then your forearm is too high.
    The highest point for the dump to work should be the dump.

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    User error, was ascending too horizontal and getting it trapped in feet

    Suit driving me, not me driving suit¬!

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    ah, you need a "cuff" dump attached to each foot!
    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 Madocks View Post
    User error, was ascending too horizontal and getting it trapped in feet

    Suit driving me, not me driving suit¬!
    I'm too horizontal said no diver ever.
    You mean that you're a bit upside down
    Last edited by witchieblackcat; 23-03-2020 at 10:37 AM. Reason: Grammar and spelling are important even in lockdown

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    Quote Originally Posted by witchieblackcat View Post
    I'm too horizontal said no diver ever.
    You mean that you're a bit upside down
    horizontal with feet in air

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    horizontal with feet in air
    That would do it - they need to be in the water.

    That is my shape when diving though - I bob along just above the bottom with my feet curled up so i know I'm not leaving a trail of devastation behind me.
    She said you know honey it's such a shame You'll never be any good at this game You bruise too easily

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickpicks View Post
    ah, you need a "cuff" dump attached to each foot!
    I've seen someone with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madocks View Post
    horizontal with feet in air
    Try the sky diver position. Horizontal with bent knees and fins up behind your head; your knees or gut being the lowest point depending on your guttage.

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    Remember that you are allowed to come out of trim to sort your buoyancy out on ascents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jb2cool View Post
    Remember that you are allowed to come out of trim to sort your buoyancy out on ascents.
    Really?


 
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