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  1. Ksimecek
    Ksimecek rsingler
    Hey there! I saw your comments on a post about an internship in the keys from a while back and wanted to pick your brain! Please shoot me a message, I would love to hear your experiences with Rainbow Reef!
  2. Zed-Ferre
    Zed-Ferre
    Made in France, Live in the US, Travel the world to dive
  3. dead dog
    dead dog Mike Lev
    Hi Mike, will you send me the money you owe me?
    Last time asking.
    Bill
  4. theundertow
    theundertow ronscuba
    Hi Ron,
    You posted a while ago on Leaderfins Short fins. I'm a photog and been through same phase looking for that in-between scuba & freediving fin you described in a post. Would really appreciate any advice on their performance. They are quite wide. FYI I'm an experienced dive instructor, used & own many various fins, but these look unique!
    Thanks so much. Cheers,
    Chris
  5. eelpout
    eelpout Txcoast17
    By what I read on your post is the Valsalva maneuver doesn't work in the water. Does doing it on the surface move your eardrums at all?
    1. Txcoast17
      Txcoast17
      It does from time to time, but I can't get my ears to pop much. When I did this last time, my right ear filled with water and I got a little dizzy. Is that normal? And yes on land, I can usually stretch my jaw and blow through my nose without plugging it and open my ears
      Aug 5, 2020 at 5:51 PM
  6. Mark Sallows
    Mark Sallows
    Show me a shipwreck and I'm there
  7. dead dog
    dead dog wildbill9
    How much for the Poseidon regulator?
  8. nife
    nife Mo2vation
    Hello Kenneth
    You PMed a diving buddy of mine re your DSS extra long backplate for sale for $150 with shipping. I am interested. Am 6'4 and during trial dry fit of a standard plate it seemed much too short. I have a couple questions please. can i contact you via email?

    thanks
    Oliver
  9. mexdiver13
    mexdiver13
    Living the Blessed Life...Dive Aruba with me as your guide & buddy
  10. JumpinDelbert