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Oct 2, 1993 (Age: 27)
Stevens Point, Wisconsin
Operate Equipment to the Best of My Abilities

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Registered, 27, from Stevens Point, Wisconsin

Duckinator was last seen:
Aug 7, 2012
    1. 7CAVALRY
      Duckinator: When I checked my e-mail this afternoon (8/25/09), I see that you wish to include me among your friends. I haven't dived in many yrs, but if I do again, I prefer using a twin hose regulator. I don't own a wet suit, so the best diving I can do right now is in a pool environment. Have you ever used a twin hose regulator? I live in Milwaukee; if we were to get together, that's about a 2 1/2 hr drive. I don't have any pix of me I can send over the net. Anyway, thanks for including me.
      Milw, WI
    2. vablackwater
      Depends on the purpose you are using it for, they are most widely found in the public safety, commercial and military communities. AGA fits my face well, but the only other FFM I am familiar with is an EXO 26. AGA comes in positive and non positive pressure... thought being the postive pressure aids in maintaining an environmental seal on the face, For what it is worth I prefer the demand (non positive pressure).

      AGAs require a specific service that might not be available via your lds, have an expensive test kit and annual parts, so it may not be the most economical if only you have one. We also use ours with comms systems (either hardwire or wireless).
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    Oct 2, 1993 (Age: 27)
    Stevens Point, Wisconsin
    Operate Equipment to the Best of My Abilities
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    Just crusin' around...
    Certification History:
    Certified in August of 2009.... been diving ever since :D
    Certification Level:
    PADI Advanced Open Water
    # of Logged Dives:
    25 - 49
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    One Year
    Dive Equipment:
    Atomic Aquatic mask, Atomic Fins, Aqua-Lung Snorkel
    Rebreather Experience:
    17 yrs old, born + raised here in Central Wisconsin, I've recently become certified and am just lookin' around for someone to go with. Looking forward to Diving with all I meet though!!! Dive Safe, Dive Often, and Live Life!