- Reaction score
- Québec, QC, CANADA
- # of dives
- 1000 - 2499
I totally agree with that. I think being able to rent or borrow the unit is very important ot avoid being forced to dive with this CCR. It is nice you were able to not buy it.A lesson was learned: I'll never buy a unit then get trained on it. I will always rent or borrow and take the class first before buying. I got lucky that my first unit was perfect for my needs and I have no complaints about it. I was hoping it was going to be the same with the sw.
I had the same impression but will have to confirm. Diving in cold water you always have humidity in the unit. With the rEvo it all go in the counter lung and sorb are dry. I had humidity in expiring canister but it was pretty good in inspiring canister. I will have to test it longer to have an opinion.I hate the fact that it's impossible to dive it and come back with perfectly dry sorb.
Regarding the other points you have I have not enough experience to appreciate your comments but don't think Edd or Patrick are diving it for money.
When Patrick made the switch it was not as big as it is now.
Mike Young on FB confirm the scrubber capacity and said it will be modified in both manual and website soon. He offered to take back sidewinder for people who are unhappy with the capacity of scrubber.
Thanks again for sharing your experience. It helps to have different views on relatively new rebreathers.