Re: Re: Safer????

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Posted by Elaine on June 22, 2006 at 12:09:17:

In Reply to: Re: Safer???? posted by msblucow on June 22, 2006 at 11:45:48:

For some dives tri-mix is the "safer" way to do them. Those specific dives generally have the most inherent risks built into them from the get go. They are generally dives that I have absolutely zero interest in doing. I have read the risks involved with tri-mix and for most of the diving I do - I don't need it. I have seen many people turn to tri mix as "the answer" when the real answer would be for them to just develop better basic diving skills and judgement.

In my case the extra surface weight of just a set of doubles would probably end my diving hobby, and possibly jepordize my ability to show up at work and earn a living.

I spend hours working on my camera equipment. That is my love and my passion. For me, recreational diving rocks.

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