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Recreational Rebreather!?!?!?!?

Discussion in 'General Scuba Equipment Discussions' started by adamp69, Nov 21, 2013.

  1. Douglas Ward

    Douglas Ward Rebreather Pilot

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Woodbridge, Virginia, United States
    I agree Matt. Its a great tool for some diving. I outgrew it fast!! I am moving to a prism.

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  2. MatthewAddison

    MatthewAddison Angel Fish

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: Los Angeles, New York
  3. wedivebc

    wedivebc CCR Instructor ScubaBoard Supporter

    Most of what you are saying is correct however this list on the Hollis web site has not been updated since last April and quite a number of competent instructors have been certified on Hollis units without recognition from the company web page. This is an unfortunate issue and one which I have tried repeatedly to get Hollis to correct but until they do please don't sell short the instructors who have put in the time and effort to become familiar with this family of rebreather because your above statement is wrong!
    Drin likes this.
  4. Hollis Gear Nick

    Hollis Gear Nick Dive Equipment Manufacturer

    Hi Dave,

    Point well taken. We are in the process of launching an entirely new website and many updates have been made to the instructor section. Should have this live by early next week.

    HIGHwing likes this.
  5. Mark Dugmore

    Mark Dugmore Garibaldi

    The explorer looks a great unit like people say depends on your diving style i want it because i have started to doing reef surveys and love marine life which is mostly found in top 20-30 meters and a rebreather would be great for that due to silence etc I've looked at other units and to be honest for a first unit i think the explorer will be good for me :).

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