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Shearwater V65 Update

Discussion in 'Shearwater Research' started by Norwegian Cave Diver, Jan 26, 2019.

  1. michael-fisch

    michael-fisch Manta Ray

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    Thanks Lynn, that was a fast answer and one that I can live with.

    Michael
     
  2. Shearwater

    Shearwater Dive Equipment Manufacturer

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    @tmassey thank you very much for doing a much better job than I did at explaining these.
     
  3. BoatingDave

    BoatingDave Angel Fish

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    Would it actually be better to say if your current depth is SHALLOWER than your average depth you are offgassing? (Rather than "lower" which could be confused with "deeper"?
     
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  4. tmassey

    tmassey Barracuda

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    Location: Shelby Township, MI USA
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    You are exactly correct. I often use "lower" for "shallower", which makes absolutely no sense. The depth number is 'smaller', but that doesn't really make it 'lower'...

    I'm glad everyone was able to figure out what I meant! :)
     
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