Which tables are the "best" for Air and Nitrox?


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Posted by Bill Reals on November 21, 2001 at 16:40:09:

Hello all,

I was thinking this over and was wondering what most people's idea of the "best" dive tables were, if cutting your own on a computer are not an option and/or you need to carry a back up. Which are considered the least likely to bend the diver? I know that most people are using a computer but I am thinking of dive planning and for backups when the computer goes down.

The qualifications are that the tables would need to show the decompression stops(times/depths) if a diver exceed his NDL dive times and hopefully still be in publication and not-something that is almost impossible to get unless you go to every swap meet in the country. At last count, it seemed like every developed country with a NAVY had a version of the tables.

I would be very interested in hearing the boards ideas.

Thanks,


bill

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