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Dolphin?

Discussion in 'Rebreather Diving' started by Poogweese, Apr 30, 2008.

  1. Poogweese

    Poogweese Solo Diver

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    Hi, anyone out there know where I can get a replacement Drager Dolphin shell-any material is fine.

    Thanks!

    Poog:coffee:
     
  2. caveseeker7

    caveseeker7 Rebreather Pilot

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    1st choice for Dräger parts is TecMe in Germany, they ship worldwide.
    Another source, also in Germany, is W+S Water Safety. Usually more expensive than TecMe.
     
  3. almity1

    almity1 Instructor, Scuba

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  4. Poogweese

    Poogweese Solo Diver

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  5. akscubainst

    akscubainst Dive Charter

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    If you build it from Aluminum and don't paint or powdercoat it. Try Sharkhide on it and it should shine for years!

    Dave
     
  6. Poogweese

    Poogweese Solo Diver

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    Funny you should mention that Dave, actually I was thinking of having a local artist paint something similar to the avatar (Poogweese) on it-I think that would look sweet:D


    Poog:coffee:



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