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Synchro Power Tech

Discussion in 'Buoyancy Compensators (BC's) and Weight Systems' started by thrive, Aug 28, 2003.

  1. thrive

    thrive Angel Fish

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    I got a Synchro Power Tech last night.

    Does anyone have any experience with this BC? I had a Rig 3 before.
     
  2. jonnythan

    jonnythan Knight Scublar ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Thankfully, no.
     
  3. thrive

    thrive Angel Fish

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    Thanks for the constructive reply. Dont' waste people's @$%@ time.
     
  4. ScubaVP

    ScubaVP Nassau Grouper

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    That is too funny!

    I looked at that thing for about 2 seconds and realized that there were better choices out there. Doesn't really answer your question, though.
     
  5. rdriver

    rdriver Nassau Grouper

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    Hello Thrive,
    I dove with one for a summer, and Although I dive with a Halcyon BP/W now as BC's go I really liked it.....
    What do you need to know.
    Rob
    PM me if you have any questions about it.
     
  6. thrive

    thrive Angel Fish

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    Possible defects, problems experienced, fitting issues.

    I'm going to take it to Cozumel to avoid renting gear. Hopefully wont' be too big.
     
  7. jonnythan

    jonnythan Knight Scublar ScubaBoard Supporter

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    How much did you pay for it?
     
  8. thrive

    thrive Angel Fish

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    I know you're asking to just setup this discussion for a slam at the BC, but I didn't pay anything for it.

    It was a replacement for a defective BC of another model.
     
  9. rdriver

    rdriver Nassau Grouper

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    The only problems I found is Size wise they tend to run large if you get one that fits you will be ok, take as much of the dangly things off as you can, you won't need them, I put about forty dives on mine the only real draw back was I couldn't mount big doubles on it. other than that I did ok with mine.
    Rob
     
  10. thrive

    thrive Angel Fish

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    Why couldn't you? Are you referring to twin 125s or 95s? There isn't a band you can get?
     

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