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GroPro 7, dive lights, Shearwater Petrel Stolen

Discussion in 'Lost, Found and Stolen' started by Andyroam, Jun 17, 2019.

  1. Andyroam

    Andyroam Garibaldi

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Winter Park, Florida, USA
    Hi Scuba people,
    Last night someone stole some gear from my truck in Orlando, Florida. I'd appreciate it if you'd keep a look out for the following items:

    Shearwater Petrel dive computer (original version).
    GoPro Hero 7 Black with a pair of light&motion SOLA 2000 video lights and a set of Flip3 filters from BackScatter.
    Scuba Monkey 2-12 LED Handy Dive light.

    If you see them for sale online or someone approaches you with them, please let me know.

    Much appreciated,

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  2. walkonmars

    walkonmars Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Los Angeles
    Look into your personal computer that you download the dive logs to. The serial number of the Petrel will be listed and you should post that and let buyers be aware of that number in case someone tries to sell it. When the Petrel is first turned on and allowed to boot-up to the default screen, pushing the right button ten times (depending upon what software version is loaded) will eventually change to the screen showing the serial number. I wonder if Shearwater has some method of locking out stolen computers? (When people try to download new firmware).
  3. FinnMom

    FinnMom Divemaster Staff Member

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Finland
    Please post the serial number of the stolen Petrel here. Scubaboard reaches a lot of divers. With any luck the **** might just get caught because of the Petrel's serial number.
    Pao likes this.

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