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    Newbie after advice and guidance

    Hi all I am complete novice to the world of re breathers. I have been diving for years and want to progress onto a rebreather as I feel it will open more doors to me, probably working out cheaper in the long run!
    I am due a mid life crisis and the wife has said yes to buying one, options were divorce, sell the kids or motorbike. The problem is which rebreather so many options with so many similar stats.
    Liberty - really like all I have read but it has no CO2 sensor, is this a major problem?
    Other units I'm looking at are the, JJ, X CCR, and AP.
    I want something robust, proven with easy support and servicing in the UK and with access to instructors.

    Thank you

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    Re: Newbie after advice and guidance

    Quote Originally Posted by Arry984  View Original Post
    I want something robust, proven with easy support and servicing in the UK and with access to instructors.
    The most proven CCR with best support and servicing which also has the most numbers of instructors is the AP one. At least in the UK.

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    Re: Newbie after advice and guidance

    Most CCRs don't have a Co2 sensor. Not sure how effective they have been honestly, I haven't see a "My CO2 sensor saved my life" thread anywhere.

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    Re: Newbie after advice and guidance

    Support , service and instructors in the uk , AP or JJ. most potential buddies as well, not that that's essential but nice when your new and a source of spares

    Search out uk intsructors on both, I think Kieron Hatton does and mark powell does a few units as well.

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    Re: Newbie after advice and guidance

    This may answer some JJ Questions for you.

    http://www.rebreatherworld.com/showt...and-rEvo-units

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