Re: Scuba Cylinders

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Posted by halibug on July 16, 2007 at 13:21:43:

In Reply to: Scuba Cylinders posted by Darren on July 15, 2007 at 09:18:36:

I have been diving an HP steel 100 since they came out around 90. Now I have an XS SCUBA steel 100. Both are more air than you will need, except if you are planning deep decompression dives. They are compact, shorter than an aluminum 80, and on shallow beach dives 1:30 bottom times are possible.. Go with a DIN connection, 0 blown o rings in 17 years.

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