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    Re: Video: Dr. Bill Stone and the Cis Lunar Mk6

    Hi Curt,

    Just wondering, was this interview from 07 DEMA?

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    Re: Video: Dr. Bill Stone and the Cis Lunar Mk6

    Quote Originally Posted by Chett.L  View Original Post
    Hi Curt,

    Just wondering, was this interview from 07 DEMA?

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    Yes

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    Re: Video: Dr. Bill Stone and the Cis Lunar Mk6

    Pretty ingenious cell self-validation design using only two cells. Works well for a rec RB. Although I disagree with the notion that people like the pre-packaged scrubber cartridges.

    The other video you have posted, Discovery of Sacred Waters, is fantastic!

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    Re: Video: Dr. Bill Stone and the Cis Lunar Mk6

    Quote Originally Posted by Serge  View Original Post
    Pretty ingenious cell self-validation design using only two cells. Works well for a rec Rebreather. Although I disagree with the notion that people like the pre-packaged scrubber cartridges.

    The other video you have posted, Discovery of Sacred Waters, is fantastic!
    Can you tell me more about the pre-packaged scubber. Good, Bad?
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    Re: Video: Dr. Bill Stone and the Cis Lunar Mk6

    Quote Originally Posted by Chett.L  View Original Post
    Can you tell me more about the pre-packaged scubber. Good, Bad?
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    Perhaps someone who owns an Optima can shed a better perspective on this. From what little I know, although scrubber cartridges tend to be more efficient and consistent, are significantly more costly than conventional scrubber fills.

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    Re: Video: Dr. Bill Stone and the Cis Lunar Mk6

    Quote Originally Posted by Serge  View Original Post
    Perhaps someone who owns an Optima can shed a better perspective on this. From what little I know, although scrubber cartridges tend to be more efficient and consistent, are significantly more costly than conventional scrubber fills.
    As far as I know, right now the only available scrubber alternative is pre-packed granule cartridges that costs about 55 Euro for two cartridges.

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    Re: Video: Dr. Bill Stone and the Cis Lunar Mk6

    Thanks Curt.

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    Re: Video: Dr. Bill Stone and the Cis Lunar Mk6

    Did i gather, vaguely, that it is going to be upgradable in the future (a la the modular electronics etc)?
    Or was it that the mk7 he referred too would be a stand alone unit?

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