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broncobowsher

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When I first got the rEvo, the card said only good to 30M/100ft. Honestly, that was a good thing. You really need to spend some time after class to dial yourself in on all the things that are different. Lots of recreational dives. Unlearn/relearn.

Later, after I had my s#it together got the next class and really got to use the rebreather for what it is great at. They really shine below 100', but you have to go through that recreational zone to get there and back.
 

Alaskan Scuba Dude

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Not to sound rude but your answers are very confusing.

The OP was speaking about Extended Range dives (55m air dives) and you are speaking about the Po2 of them for some reason? Then your referencing GUE attachments, but yet GUE does not support Extended Range dives. Actually GUE is the strictest of all agencies, all GUE dives are to have an END of 30m or less this is an agency standard.

But then your commenting that people supporting the dangers or deep air dives do not know what there talking about. Yet your referencing GUE attachments and Trimix mixes meaning you actually agree that Trimix is a good thing.

For reference below is the GUR standard right out of the book.
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