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Discussion in 'Rebreathers Closed and Semi Closed Circuit' started by Joe, Aug 9, 2016.

  1. Joe

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    Poor fishes!
     
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    That's not a lot of bailout...
     
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    Is that Richard Pyle?
     
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    I very much doubt it. What a pair of tools, but no worry, I don't think they will be around long.....
     
  6. Joe

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    Its Richard Pyle on camera and Dr Brian Greene collecting the fish, they are also Poseidon test divers, it doesn't look like a lot of bailout but they seem to dive that way all the time. there using solid state cells and the new M28 dive computer
     
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    Blimey. They're messing around like we would in the shallows of NDAC!
     
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    One of the papers handed out by the blessed St Mark of Powell (@clique will remember) on our Mod 1 was an essay by said Dr Pyle on how he did an entire dive on his rebreather with one lungful of air, having neglected to check his dil cylinder was full.
     

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