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Discussion in 'Basic Scuba Discussions' started by lamont, Dec 26, 2006.

  1. lamont

    lamont Orca Staff Member

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    Last edited by a moderator: Dec 12, 2011
  2. spectrum

    spectrum Dive Bum Wannabe ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Thanks

    I had not seen this before but it makes a lot of sense....
    "The rule of thumb is that you should not dive to a greater depth in fsw than your tank capacity in cu ft."

    Pete
     
  3. kidspot

    kidspot Instructor, Scuba

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    Thanks Lamont,

    I'd saved your old post in a word file for reference already, but will relink to your html page as it's laid out even better.

    Good Job.

    Aloha, Tim
     
  4. Divingguy

    Divingguy Instructor, Scuba

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    Very interesting, and informative.
    Thanks
     
  5. Rick Inman

    Rick Inman Advisor ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Useless information for computer riders.


    (Nice work, Lamont. Thanks!)
     
  6. kidspot

    kidspot Instructor, Scuba

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    LOL -
     
  7. jeckyll

    jeckyll Solo Diver

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    Way back, was one of the first posts that I really took notice of. I actually had a dive light with all my RB depth & psi figures written on it. :)
     
  8. lamont

    lamont Orca Staff Member

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  9. Uncle Pug

    Uncle Pug Swims with Orca ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Excellent job, Lamont.
     
  10. Uncle Pug

    Uncle Pug Swims with Orca ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Since it is a reference document you might want to include a glossary.
     

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