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Bottom stage is the easiest and cheapest way to do it. SM is more polished but much more expensive. Either will require proper gas planning.
The trouser issue tends to affect those of a less athletic build, think Weeble rather than Action Man.
@Zubar has one. He really rates it and it's the only undersuit he's tried that stops him shaking like a shitting dog after every dive.
That was me and it was totally worth it just for all the looks I got... :D
As said above, lose weight, get fit, dive loads.
LFM make some bloody good torches, but the customer service is a bad joke.
My 4TEC was excellent but when it mysteriously got water in the light...
I don't consider any of the things listed above "accessories" as they are all essential.
For me, the one thing I could never do without was a...
Oh, get her.
One of the shops is no longer in business, one came from NDAC and the third was found at 70-odd metres in NDAC and not claimed. Hmm,...
Whilst DST or Tec3 first stages give better hose routing I never thought the routing on my DS4s was bad enough to warrant the extra cost.
My Hollis M1s were 20 quid each.
90 quid? For a mask? Blimey, I'm a bit of touch with kit prices these days!
Running to Rock on Spotify works for me.
Shift some timber and do Couch to 5K.
It's 40 minutes 3 times a week and it'll change your life, take it from someone who knows.
Makes sense, thanks.
How so? Can you explain that please?
How has a "what regs" thread reached 2 pages? Even @Wibble knows the right answer to that question! :woot:
Peter Sutcliffe died today. Good riddance, you evil piece of shit.
Yes. That has cheered me up.
After the brief respite that was T-Rump's defeat 2020 is back on track; one of my old colleagues, the only one I liked enough to socialise with...
It will, once divers accept that they are going to have to pay more than they are used to.