Re: SPG Alarm

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Posted by tleemay on April 09, 2001 at 17:46:35:

In Reply to: Re: SPG Alarm posted by Steve on April 09, 2001 at 13:41:25:

Steve Wrote to Arno (et al);

"Plus I keep mine in the "triangle" where it belongs
and not dog leashed to my hip like yours, so I can
just glance at it anytime without using my hands
(look ma no hands). Plus yours is harder to reach
when you stage deco bottles."

Arno? On a deco stop? With stages?... anyone have a
picture? Mr.Kenney, you are the shutter bug, get this
one for us will you?

I glance at my SPG all the time without my hands,
and it's clipped off to my left hip.

Who has defined this triangle for the SPG you speak
of? Backups and alternate air sources I have heard
of needing to be in the 'triangle', but SPG?s

By your description Steve, why have the dashboard
on your chest in the first place? In minimalizing
most all drag in the proper swimming position, having
a console across your chest creats more drag and cuts
into you consumption.

Wouldn't it be nice to get that extra 10 minutes
of time in the sport depth realm?

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