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    Diving with my 750T Pro

    Here are some shots from a recent dive trip to some of the springs in Florida -
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    Doxa 750T Pro, Bernhardt Globemaster, MKII Stingray 50

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    Re: Diving with my 750T Pro

    Sweet. Gotta love seeing these watches in action
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    Re: Diving with my 750T Pro

    What spring is that?
    I've made several dives in Jenny Springs, High Springs Florida.
    I don't have grandkids yet....so let me tell you about my watch!

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    Re: Diving with my 750T Pro

    Cool shots . I did my open water checkout t Ginnie Springs, way back (about 25 years ago!).

    I'll echo the question, which is that? (Looks sort of like Ginnie, but if my memory is correct, the water area off the dock is smaller than Ginnie).
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    Re: Diving with my 750T Pro

    What a cool place for an open water checkout!
    My first dive was at Salsbury Quarry in Holland Ohio near Toledo.
    I don't have grandkids yet....so let me tell you about my watch!

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    Re: Diving with my 750T Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by outatime View Post
    What a cool place for an open water checkout!
    My first dive was at Salsbury Quarry in Holland Ohio near Toledo.
    Wow, not to hijack the thread, but we've got a lot of common history here! That's where I did my advanced open water, and a few specialties that I got along with it. I probably logged around 40-50 dives there altogether. Pity it's closed to us now, many years ago they developed the land for condos (it's now a private "lake").
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    Re: Diving with my 750T Pro

    Santa Cruz Island, 13 Mar 2010.


    The silent world awaits.

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    Re: Diving with my 750T Pro

    Hi guys,

    These pictures were taken at Devil's Den and at Ginnie Springs - very cool places to dive, and very different from what I'm used to in the Caribbean.
    Doxa 750T Pro, Bernhardt Globemaster, MKII Stingray 50

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    Re: Diving with my 750T Pro

    Been in all the Devils! A great place to dive and camp
    I got my PADI cavern cert. there. Not to be confused with cave cert.
    My watch at the time...Casio G Shock 1983.
    I don't have grandkids yet....so let me tell you about my watch!

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    Great o see someone who actually dives in their dive watch.
    Thanks

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