- Blue Belt
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- Joined: Mon Jan 26, 2009 6:40 am
- Location: Florida
Scrump, I was thinking the same thing, thats why I attached the scooter. I could be wrong but I dont think theres a need for the propelled suit. Plus the market wouldnt be large enough,,, Most of my diving is done without a suit in Florida, theres a few months in the winter I wear one. Cave divers use the scooters quite often from what Ive been told. Never tried the caves and dont plan on it anytime soon..Thats crazyness in my book...Theres usally only one way out of the caves and you better hope your tag line doesnt come loose or break....Scares the hell out of me thinking about it.
Even with the propelled suit or scooter a shark could still eat you up before you get back in the boat. Ive been around a few over the yrs, it can make you really suck a tank dry...quick..LLOL.
Divers dont have as many emergency ascents as you would think. I had a regulator start freeflowing one time, I grabbed my dive buddys spare reg and breathed off his during the ascent and safety stop......
You may be right about the titanium taking longer, hope I never get a chance to find out....