New Sidemount Video Diving Guide from Jeff Loflin & Jill Heinerth
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It's nicely done, the divers look good in the water. It's slanted toward Hollis gear, but fair is fair, there is plenty of video out there featuring the Razor II. Is that Brian Kakuk in the yellow helmet in the decorated cave?
Yes, Ron that's Brian Kakuk in one of his beautiful Bahama caves...
Although Hollis generously supplied some gear for the demonstrations, Jeff and Jill make a good effort to be "nondenominational." The principles and techniques can be applied to almost any sidemount rig - and much of the in-water footage features a variety of manufacturers and set ups.
Robert, I am no longer in Naples at the moment. I still live there, but I am stationed down in Guantanamo Bay at the moment. 405 MB would take anywhere between 11-20 hours to download depending on how many people are online at the moment. The internet is that bad! LOL. They also limit is to 4hours of online time and sign us off automatically unless we call and have it turned on longer on a case by case basis. Updating my iPad was awful! If it is 947MB, for get it!!!! lol..
Anyway, I guess I will just order it, as long as you don't mind shipping to an APO. The book took two weeks to get here!
James: I'll ship it Express at my expense. As I recall from my long ago Navy Seabee days, sometimes the mail was received at our unit, then it sat for days in the battalion postal clerk's office! What can I do to help it get to you quickly?
Thanks Robert. I really appreciate it. Unfortunately nothing makes mail get here any quicker. It goes to Kearny NJ where it sits for a while. Express might get it to NJ faster, but that would be it. I am placing the order right now.
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Order placed through PayPal.
So you were a SeaBee? The SeaBee group down here are a great bunch.