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Single Backup Light

Discussion in 'Hogarthian Diving' started by MSchoular, Apr 7, 2011.

  1. g1138

    g1138 Marine Scientist

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    Personal preference, maybe with a bit of ergonomics reasoning thrown into the mix.

    I use a handtorch in a light sock as my primary light. When I don't need it I clip it off to my right D-ring. All my temporary clips go on the right D-ring in fact, with the exception of my fingerspool double ender, since I deploy w/ my right hand.
    I use my left D-ring rarely, so I keep my backup there.
    I can imagine that if you had stage bottles on your left then it might make more sense to strap your only backup to the right.
     

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