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    New to rebreathers

    Hello,
    I have not yet taken the leap into rebreathers, but am getting ready to. This looks like a good place to learn more, so as to avoid bad choices. I am looking at the Poseidon MkVI as a unit to get started on. Any advice?
    I live in the Great Lakes region, and will be doing the typical cold, dark Great Lakes dives.

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    Re: New to rebreathers

    Welcome - I would recommend spending some time researching all of the units available including some time with an instructor on some try and dives. Dive profile, dive sites, and dive buddies all figure into the equation as well and current and future certification plans.

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