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Ok, this may be a stupid question... but is there anyone other use for a telemeter other then for artilleryman, submariners, and people wanting to know how far away a lightening storm is?
18 hours, 58 minutes ago on Junghans Meister Telemeter Watch Is Going For Distance! And Going For Speed!
I rarely go below 70ft and dive with a buddy on the same profile. I do carry a second non air integrated comp though as back up. Our primary dive comps have each other's air integration set as a secondary tank so we are more then doubled. I hear you on the secondary but honestly if your comp dies just make a safe ascent. My comment about not being needed in this day and age was specially in regards to He valves. I can't think of a scenario on modern gear when it would be used in technical diving.
3 weeks, 1 day ago on Swatch Scuba Libre Chlorofish Watch Review
@MarkCarsonYeah horrible dive watch, impossible to read it under water.... It fails the
@admutum I take my Planet Ocean Chrono diving.. mostly to say that I did. At this point Diving watches are no longer needed, as 99% of people use dive computers now. He release valves are even more of an anachronism. There is simply no reason it would be needed in this day and age.
@au bloc why not get a sieko skx007 or 009? way better watch, and at a great pricepoint. Plus you would look like an adult wearing it, not a man child.