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pdf/digital copy of SSI OW manual?

Discussion in 'SSI: Scuba Schools International' started by jallen013, Feb 5, 2013.

  1. supergaijin

    supergaijin Dive Shop

    Some people do not eat, drink and sleep diving. Some divers dive irregularly at best due to 'having a life'. I commend the OP for taking the informed decision to review the information in the OW manual. During the certification course (often around 4 days), it is impossible to absorb all the info given in manuals. This requires re-reading at a later date, when the info makes a bit more sense.

    Unfortunately I very much doubt there will ever be a pdf. manual available soon from the 'main player' recreational diving agencies.
    shafe5858 and kerrycorcoran like this.
  2. Bandeko

    Bandeko Dive Shop

    # of Dives: 2,500 - 4,999
    Location: Earth
    There is always the SSI online course that is free and always available as long as you've got Internet.
  3. kerrycorcoran

    kerrycorcoran Contributor

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Nebraska
    +1 I agree 100%. I reviewed all the material online and then took my test. I have now started the pool sessions and going back to review the information now makes so much more sense.
  4. jallen013

    jallen013 Registered

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Dallas, TX, USA
    op here - i just kind of figured it would be a good thing to have. sitting on a plane or something... re-read a couple chapters of the book... who knows, might pick up something small that i previously overlooked, might remind myself of something spreviously forgotten. if i don't have it with me there's zero chance of looking through it - if i do, at least there's a chance.

    seems like short of sending one of our books to a commercial scanner, a digital copy isn't going to happen (i'm surely not going to scan it all myself). still considering that as an option - who knows. as an alternative, i ripped the OW dvd and loaded it onto the ipad.

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