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Last Saturday, I spend the day diving at Fantasy Lake. I enjoyed two dives at feet in the old quarry exploring a rock crusher, a metrobus, an airplane, and a glassbottom boat. I also spent the second dive observing several green sunfish and striped bass.
After the black and the red label comes the green one. This regulator is very similar to his older brother from Spirotechnique. It works on the exact same principle and same mechanism. It is a two stages regulator which are incorporated into the can box.
This mechanism is not always too easy to have finely tuned to be able to dive them. After spending sometimes trying different methods, this is what I found most effective. Dismount the first stage and make sure the seat has no round mark.
Both are based upon the SUB non-T Doxa dive watch model released in — like the Sub Professional we covered last year — both released to celebrate the 50 th and 75 th anniversaries of Doxa and Aqua Lung, respectively, and both, in their vintage forms, incredibly rare and collectible. Still, we do have the new limited-edition SUB Searambler, which is likely to become a very desirable watch in the years to come. With a
The vintage Blancpain dive watches are becoming increasingly rare as a result of collectors holding onto these specific timepieces and as a result of very small production numbers by Blancpain, to begin with. The Armed Forces were early adopters of Blancpain dive watches. Including the French and American Navy as were the early underwater explorers such as Jacque Cousteau among many others.
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