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REEF OBA First Impressions

Discussion in 'Deep Dixie Divers' started by paulwall, Jul 2, 2012.

  1. paulwall

    paulwall Solo Diver

    After diving the Whiskey wreck on Sunday, stopped off to get the LP72 filled with air. Lucky thing I wasn't looking for nitrox, because I was told that my tanks needed to be O2 cleaned for a nitrox fill (even with cascade fills). The attendant said he'd never seen 2200+ psi 72's before.

    Shop is nice. I quickly reviewed the stock after verifying the Hydro and VIP status of my tank. The seating area is too fancy for my wet backside to sit so I headed next door to DQ for a milkshake while my tank was being filled.

    Looks like they won't be taking any of my fill business from DivePros in Pensacola.

    Final review FAST air fills, clean well-maintained shop. No proximate parking. Closest parking is across DQ's drive-through, but close enough for lugging one or two tanks. Good emergency inventory (fins, masks, etc). Close to Dairy Queen and MOE's BBQ. Might be worth an air fill just to fill up on MOE's.
  2. SuPrBuGmAn

    SuPrBuGmAn Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Tallahassee, FL
    Dive shop owners, please ejumacate your tank monkeys.

    Thanks! :)

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