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Structuring CCR bailout in OHEs

Discussion in 'Cave Diving' started by JonG1, Sep 29, 2019.

  1. Superlyte27

    Superlyte27 Cave Instructor

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    I do need a diet, lol.
    Gained 40lbs when my son died.
     
  2. rjack321

    rjack321 Captain

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    I'm sure its been tough. But glad to see you back here contributing and at least enjoying diving.

    The sidewinder is super fun to dive, although I will be phasing back over to my meg for the winter wreck/Ow season.
     
  3. Superlyte27

    Superlyte27 Cave Instructor

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    I'll buy one when I see a good deal.
     
  4. rjack321

    rjack321 Captain

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    Good luck with that, not many on the used market yet.
     
  5. JohnnyC

    JohnnyC Divemaster

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    I was just too late jumping on Forrests. I don't even really have the desire to own one, other than to pick one up to play around with.
     
  6. rjack321

    rjack321 Captain

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    I love mine, its perfect for what I do.
    At first I thought the scrubber heaters was a kludge for having a so-so design for cold water. Its actually the only unit with a backup to my suit heat. I made a custom 300Wh battery for the scrubbers, not only is the sorb super efficient even in frigid water - but a good chunk of that heat ends up keeping me warmer.
     
  7. kensuf

    kensuf Cave Instructor

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    Yeah, I fit through sweet surprise with 85s and no problem.
     
  8. Superlyte27

    Superlyte27 Cave Instructor

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    Says another bicycling thin guy. Shaddup!
     
  9. kensuf

    kensuf Cave Instructor

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    I'm not that skinny these days.
     
  10. rddvet

    rddvet DIR Practitioner

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    Funny, that's me to a T. There's something about the sidewinder I don't like ( I think all of the fiddliness I see people posting online), but at the same time I was about to buy Forrest's just so I could see what the fuss was about. Could have resold it for the same price or more.
     

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