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    RBW Member GcKullack is an unknown quantity at this point GcKullack's Avatar
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    new here NEED Help

    Hi

    Thanks for addmitting me to your site....
    I a m a pre nubee..... I am looking at buying a Bio 45
    I am a Padi tank diver... USAF KiddyHawk Scuba club... have lots of open water experience...

    I am not yet certified in re breithers...

    LOOKING FOR Help How to get co2 scruber materials, O2 fills, manuals...
    I have done a lot of studying....

    I have gone on the BIO site, they are in the Netherlands I tihink.... Looking for some local near Tampa, FL help Mack.s Scuba shop has been a little help says will give $1000 cirt but not on the one I am Interested in buying....

    Sincerly,
    Gary

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    Re: new here NEED Help

    if you have not do so, find a shop which has a try dives for rebreathers, try several units then read some more to figure out what you want to be certified on. Then figure out how much you want to spend, the basic rebreather costs are quite large when compared to basic open-circut. If wait and have the money ready you can find great deals on this site for used gear.

    Most manuals and scrubber materials can be found on line at several places.

    Good luck.

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    Re: new here NEED Help

    Hi
    Thanks for posting something.... this is a first reply,,,,
    I have a friend at a local Mack's dive shop but not very re assuriing
    he has an O2 bottle that will fit but expensive and has been hydro ed
    found some "kiddy litter" on line but so many different prices and types of co 2 scrubber quicklimes...
    need help here...
    Most manuals and scrubber materials can be found on line at several places.

    Good luck.[/QUOTE]

    APPRECIATE GARY KULLACK TAMPA FL

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    Re: new here NEED Help

    De biopak45 is an oxygen rebreather and you probably found it on Jan Willem Bech his website in The Netherlands. He collects a lot of rebreathers and describes rebreathers.

    It is or was made in the USA and is not suitable for underwater use if I am not mistaken. Just send Jan Willem a message if you want to know more about it.
    But I would put my money in another rebreather and certification.

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