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    Re: Mini-cylinder rebreather (like in movies)

    The fact that free divers do not already have a solution to your problem should be a serious red flag.
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    Re: Mini-cylinder rebreather (like in movies)

    one up/one down is a good system. I must admit Im a more conservative free diver when Im hunting, since Im often alone. In the past, I've often thought about a crack bottle on a lift bag, or even a large dsmb (like the APD one).

    At least with this you know you'll reach the surface and if your concern is starting at the bottom I'd have thought its a good place to fire it.

    Theres another debate about where you attach it, but thats fun for you to figure out :)

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    Re: Mini-cylinder rebreather (like in movies)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy1  View Original Post
    Knowing the exact number of breath-ins - 20% will usually be safe, moreover, you still have remining air in lungs to make it out if you notice that you dont have anymore air left in the container.

    You will probably notice that the tank is empty when you exhaled fully and cant get another breath, so now your tank and lungs are empty

    This sounds dangerous..

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