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    Exploring -175m

    Feb. 15th, Michael Walz explores the Chaudanne spring down to -175m in the Swiss Alps.

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    Michael in the bell


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    Re: Exploring -175m

    OMG !

    I have no other words for it....that must have been a very cold dive.

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    Congrats!
    Greetings to Switzerland,

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    Re: Exploring -175m

    Congratulations!!!! Very impressive achievement with a PASCR!!!

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    Re: Exploring -175m

    Quote Originally Posted by wookey  View Original Post
    Feb. 15th, Michael Walz explores the Chaudanne spring down to -175m in the Swiss Alps.

    Rebreather EDO 04
    Bailout OC

    CHAUDANNE TRAILER

    Michael in the bell

    WOWWWWWWWW

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    Congrats looks way to cold !!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Exploring -175m

    Congratulations! That takes some brass balls. Keep us updated with videos.

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    Re: Exploring -175m

    awesome!!! well done.

    did the dive have any complications? what about support or was it a solo dive?

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    Re: Exploring -175m

    Congrats to the dive and diveteam.

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    Re: Exploring -175m

    Quote Originally Posted by tecdivertraining  View Original Post
    awesome!!! well done.

    did the dive have any complications? what about support or was it a solo dive?

    the dive had no complications
    everything went well.


    there was a restricted support team who made some of the oc bailout deposits
    and helped to setup de decompression bell

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