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Cleveland, Ohio
Manufacture and sell proprietary color-changing gl

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Barracuda, from Cleveland, Ohio

Blazinator was last seen:
Aug 29, 2016
    1. Vaughan2003
    2. Blazinator
      Wow - I never got the e-mail. I have missed more than a few from my website, and I contacted my website provider about this to fix it, but the problem evidently remains. Please send an e-mail to dichrolam@att.net and also copy to dichrolam@cox.net to make sure I get it, and I will send my price list. The Eagle Rays list at $395.00 for galleries and wholesale for $195.00 and I give them to SB members for $150.00 plus shipping (usually about $10).

      Thanks for your interest!! If price is too high - understandable - but its the only stuff of its kind.
    3. Cheekymonkey
      Hey, I emailed you from your website to try to purchase an eagle ray. Never heard back, are you still making / selling these?
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  • About

    Home Page:
    Cleveland, Ohio
    Manufacture and sell proprietary color-changing gl
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI / NAUI by John Norris at Aqua Specialists (Ohio) and Mike Ryan at Horizon Divers (FL)
    Dive History:
    Did Checkout Dives in FL Keys - Horizon Divers and Ocean Divers - greatest vacation of my life.
    Dived Gilboa and Whitestar quarry, and dived Lake Erie off my own boat as well as the Holiday (Algeria wreck)
    Drift dived in West Palm Beach for 18 awesome dives between 70 and 100 ft, and a few under the Blue Heron Bridge while there.
    Lake Erie Wrecks 2008: Algeria, Sand Merchant, Admiral, Craftsman Barge, Queen of the West.
    SB's ITK 2008 - what a blast!
    Maui in May 2009, and Cayman Islands June 2010
    Certification Level:
    AOW, Nitrox
    # of Logged Dives:
    100 - 199
    Dive Classification:
    Dork Diver
    Years Certified:
    Three Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Zeagle BC, Mares Fins, Oceanic Regs and Atom 2 with transmitter, plus the best mask on the planet - HydroOptix wide angle mask. Darkbuster 24 watt HID dive light with 1750 lumens for a third the cost of most lights that bright. Roscoe #33650 Black Light filter for the HID for biofluorescent night diving.
    Rebreather Experience:
    Having been addicted to the visually dynamic all my life, I was an artist / furniture designer for my early years, then into creating wild glass that looks like water, so that naturally culminated into my fascination with the insane visuals of the underwater world.

    So much so that I designed and built three glass-bottomed boats - one of which is a semi-submersible, which is pretty much a two man submarine that only submerges about 90% of the way giving the pilot a 310 degree view through huge Lexan windows underwater without getting wet.

    God provided me with the wife of my dreams, and hopefully future dive buddy (no pressuring).

    I believe that we are saturated in the evidence of a Creator, but I'm not a far right wacko (definitely not Left either).
    Nuff said.


    "I seemed to hang . . . as if suspended in the heart of a giant liquid Saffire" - Louis Marden, National Geographic (1950 something - pre-Doubilet), on diving with Jacques Cousteau and his new "Aqualung"
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