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    Re: 240m/784ffw exploration in Sra Keow cave, Thailand.

    Hi all,

    Thanks a lot for your posts. It warms me up after a long and cold dive ;)

    I'll write a complete report in the next few days but just to answer the question about the F1, it worked just fine: not even a single problem! bright display, easy and accurate reading.

    By the way, something else was also perfect at depth: I tried the Golem BOV during one of my first deco stop (shallower than 200m!!). Work of breathing was nice. I didn't have the opportunity to try it deeper as I was quite busy dealing with the $£%@@! line.

    And one of my main concern was crush depths for the lights. The Solus was great. Worked just as fine as at 10m!!

    Cheers

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    Re: 240m/784ffw exploration in Sra Keow cave, Thailand.

    Congratulations to you and the team, Cedric, and good to have you all back safe and sound.

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    Re: 240m/784ffw exploration in Sra Keow cave, Thailand.

    congrats and well done!
    wating for the details...

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    Re: 240m/784ffw exploration in Sra Keow cave, Thailand.

    Quote Originally Posted by cedricverdier  View Original Post
    as I was quite busy dealing with the $£%@@! line.

    A la la, those wreck divers who want to play like cave divers

    Just kidding ;)


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    Re: 240m/784ffw exploration in Sra Keow cave, Thailand.

    Quote Originally Posted by cedricverdier  View Original Post
    I didn't have the opportunity to try it deeper as I was quite busy dealing with the $£%@@! line.
    Hi Cedric,
    You have time to calculate the $£%@@ now.;)
    Congratulations!
    I am interested in the complete report.
    Cheers,

    Masa
    Last edited by spn2298; 20th February 2007 at 10:11.

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    Re: 240m/784ffw exploration in Sra Keow cave, Thailand.

    Quote Originally Posted by cedricverdier  View Original Post
    Hi all,

    Thanks a lot for your posts. It warms me up after a long and cold dive ;)

    I'll write a complete report in the next few days but just to answer the question about the F1, it worked just fine: not even a single problem! bright display, easy and accurate reading.

    By the way, something else was also perfect at depth: I tried the Golem BOV during one of my first deco stop (shallower than 200m!!). Work of breathing was nice. I didn't have the opportunity to try it deeper as I was quite busy dealing with the $£%@@! line.

    And one of my main concern was crush depths for the lights. The Solus was great. Worked just as fine as at 10m!!

    Cheers
    Congatulations Cedric, can't wait to read your report.
    Cheers,

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