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Divedoggie's Recent Activity

  1. Divedoggie replied to the thread New member from Northern Wisconsin.

    You attach the unit in your photo to the adapter using the brass handwheel, and then slip the yoke over your tank valve and tighten as...

    Apr 6, 2020 at 1:38 AM
  2. Divedoggie replied to the thread Neutrally Buoyant vs Kneeling - What is Better whilst teaching Scuba Diving skills?.

    Hi John! It’s been a long time! John and I had numerous discussions in person and on SB on this topic, and many other topics about...

    Apr 4, 2020 at 1:30 AM
  3. Divedoggie liked boulderjohn's post in the thread Neutrally Buoyant vs Kneeling - What is Better whilst teaching Scuba Diving skills?.

    Mask clearing is a good example of the difference. In clearing the mask students are told to tilt their heads back while exhaling...

    Apr 4, 2020 at 12:25 AM
  4. Divedoggie liked Protondecay123's post in the thread Neutrally Buoyant vs Kneeling - What is Better whilst teaching Scuba Diving skills?.

    :popcorn::gas::rant::laughrant::rofl3: I would rather die neutrally buoyant than teach on my knees. - Frank "Scuba" Zappa:wink:

    Apr 4, 2020 at 12:18 AM
  5. Divedoggie liked boulderjohn's post in the thread Neutrally Buoyant vs Kneeling - What is Better whilst teaching Scuba Diving skills?.

    I first became a professional in 2004, assisting classes as a DM at first and then teaching as an instructor a year later. Everything...

    Apr 4, 2020 at 12:17 AM
  6. Divedoggie replied to the thread New member from Northern Wisconsin.

    They can unscrew the SCBA connector and put a standard yoke or DIN fill connector on. You would need to supply that. Remember, fire Dept...

    Apr 4, 2020 at 12:07 AM
  7. Divedoggie replied to the thread April 1st Aurora Res Dive.

    Definitely quiet. I haven’t hung on scubaboard for many a moon. But a local dive and browsing scuba related posts are a lot nicer than...

    Apr 3, 2020 at 11:51 PM
  8. Divedoggie attached a file to the thread April 1st Aurora Res Dive.

    [ATTACH] Another shot at the plane

    upload_2020-4-2_9-16-47.jpeg Apr 2, 2020