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New Toy For Night Dive

Discussion in 'Florida Diving' started by FLL Diver, Aug 13, 2004.

  1. FLL Diver

    FLL Diver Solo Diver

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    I'm out out pocket for the next few days, but when I get back we need to organize a night dive. Daddy's got a new toy. :D

    Marc
     
  2. icyman

    icyman Assistant Instructor

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    I saw those and was thinking of getting one that goes on my head, let me know how it works.
     
  3. JRScuba

    JRScuba Manta Ray

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    Mrac, Definitely is a nice new toy, use it in good health.

    Joe
     
  4. Scuba_Jenny

    Scuba_Jenny Buoyancy Babe ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Location: Hollywood, Florida
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    Are those legal for lobster? Can you say Deer In Headlights?
     
  5. amadeusmattes

    amadeusmattes Instructor, Scuba

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    They are awesome! I have 4 of them myself. I have manufactured a handmount that allows me to carry 2 lights at once. Thus I have a primary and secondary light on the same hand.

    Customer service is amazing!
     
  6. FLL Diver

    FLL Diver Solo Diver

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    Wow! Do you ever have planes looking to land in the water when you fire all those babies up? :D
     
  7. Wendy

    Wendy Divemaster

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    The bad thing about mounting any light to your head is that you will always be blinding your dive buddy. Unless of course you are one of those solo divers.
     
  8. FLL Diver

    FLL Diver Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Minneapolis, MN
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    Is that a light on your helmet in your avatar?

    Marc
     
  9. Wendy

    Wendy Divemaster

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    Yes, but I am not underwater. And I was very concerned about blinding other dry cavers when I first began caving, that is why I angle my light downwards when I am takling with or facing another caver and have it forward when I am leading.
     
  10. baitedstorm

    baitedstorm Instructor, Scuba

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    Location: Bastrop,Texas
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    dang! Bright light, bright light
     

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