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    RBW Member Tecdivingcuracao is an unknown quantity at this point Tecdivingcuracao's Avatar
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    Cool he hello to all off you here.

    Now I am also member off this great world.
    Hope to find many answers, and hope to post some interesting questions.
    So let the fun begin.

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    Welcome to RBW. Feel free to post your questions.

    Best regards,
    Chett. L

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    Re: he hello to all off you here.

    welcome to the group.

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    Re: he hello to all off you here.

    I am just joining RBW myself, after a number of Trimix dives in Curacao, a great time with you and your colleagues, a couple of weeks of Trimix is the cost of a rebreather. So joining to help me figure out the features and benefits, pros and cons and what unit will work optimally to meet my goals and objectives. I dive the north Atlantic and on vacation the Caribbean, I am a tec instructor and accostomed to diving sidemount with a number of tanks, the small package of Rebreather is attractive, as well as the significant cost savings, So I am starting by reading the posts, equipment manuals, and talking to rebreather instructors/reps to try to understand the issues and find the questions. I hope to buy a unit soon and start training.

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    Welcome to probably the best forum for information, shenanigans and good well rounded folks to learn from.

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    Hi And welcome to the dark side ;)
    I will be in Curacao from 6 to 15 July , maybe we meet there.


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    Re: he hello to all off you here.

    Quote Originally Posted by jnowak100  View Original Post
    I am just joining RBW myself, after a number of Trimix dives in Curacao, a great time with you and your colleagues, a couple of weeks of Trimix is the cost of a rebreather. So joining to help me figure out the features and benefits, pros and cons and what unit will work optimally to meet my goals and objectives. I dive the north Atlantic and on vacation the Caribbean, I am a tec instructor and accostomed to diving sidemount with a number of tanks, the small package of Rebreather is attractive, as well as the significant cost savings, So I am starting by reading the posts, equipment manuals, and talking to rebreather instructors/reps to try to understand the issues and find the questions. I hope to buy a unit soon and start training.
    It was great having you down here. We hope to do some more deep dives with you in the future, except this time, on rebreathers!

    Cheers - Chris

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