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    Re: The Ultimate Dive Watch Used While Diving Photo Thread

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    Re: The Ultimate Dive Watch Used While Diving Photo Thread

    Those are some SERIOUS tanks! Twin 72's or twin 80's? You guys are either diving deep, or you've got some SERIOUS bottom time!

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    No underwater camera so the phone back on shore had to suffice.

    In retrospect, a 2mm suit was not the best choice for an hour in 58 degree water. Could barely work the phone when I got out. Kept having to rub my fingertips up and down the suit to heat them up enough to register on the touchscreen.

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    Re: The Ultimate Dive Watch Used While Diving Photo Thread

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    No underwater camera so the phone back on shore had to suffice.

    In retrospect, a 2mm suit was not the best choice for an hour in 58 degree water. Could barely work the phone when I got out. Kept having to rub my fingertips up and down the suit to heat them up enough to register on the touchscreen.

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    Day-ammmm...that gives me shrinkage just thinking about it. I wear a 2 mm shorty in 82 degree water; I rock my 8 mm semidry all year long at the quarry-temps Saturday were near 80 at the surface, 60 at 37 ft, and in the 40s below 45. I would not spend 5 minutes in 58 degree water in a 2, let alone 58. I hope at least you had a hood...
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    Re: The Ultimate Dive Watch Used While Diving Photo Thread

    No hood, no gloves, no booties. But I'm Canadian and the water here is always cold and you do get used to it.

    Twenty feet down it was nasty cold. But I was freediving and not deep for very long, especially at those temps. I was mostly at the surface, which was around 58. A little too much wave action for it to get a good warm surface layer going.

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    Re: The Ultimate Dive Watch Used While Diving Photo Thread

    I think if the water was always cold I'd just spring for better exposure protection...
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    You don't want to get soft. I left the 7mm in the closet, figuring "near sixty isn't REALLY cold". Plus it's less comfortable to walk down the trail to the beach in a full cold water suit.

    I'll save it for when the surface temps are in the 40s.

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    Re: The Ultimate Dive Watch Used While Diving Photo Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by TheGanzman View Post
    Those are some SERIOUS tanks! Twin 72's or twin 80's? You guys are either diving deep, or you've got some SERIOUS bottom time!
    Hi, the bottle (steel) are 2X12 liters at 250 bar, equivalent to few more than two S100. this in photo was an immersion on low bottom (about 100 ft), but that configuration (with the addition of one o two decobottles) we actually use it for 200/250 ft dive with 20/30 min bottom time, but our didactic standards foresee the use of the twin tanks in every immersion. in Mediterranean sea the standard bottle for the recreational dives is the 15 liters at 200 bar (steel) more or less yours S100.
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