|Rating: Fun way to store your O-Rings
Its cute and always gets a laugh at the dive site. Probably because the red tank matches the colour of my multi-tool. Im not exactly fashion-conscious – none of my gear matches in colour or brand.
It would be good if the kit included a hose o-ring or two as well as the tank rings, but it doesnt. Not as if they cost a whole lot to add. Theres plenty of room for a lifetime of O-rings.
Havent used it as a key chain – it lives in my save-the-dive box but I know at least one diver who has used hers for her car keys for a long time.
|Rating: A Good Basic Octo
ScubaPro does not make my favourite regs but theres no question that their products are good quality. The R095 is their bottom-of-the-line octo. Its entirely plastic, there are no adjustments and you have to work a bit to get it to breath.
I needed an octo and bought this one because of the very good price – and Im entirely comfortable with the idea of diving with it as my safe second. Its as basic as it gets but its a solid unit.
|Diver Name:||Joe Southard|
|Dive Date:||January 25, 2014|
|Dive Location:||Ice Dive! Mantaloking, NJ|
|Total Bottom Time:||60 Minutes|
|Notes / Comments:||Ice Dive Training! Cold-yes! Extremely exciting too! Cutting the correct entry hole, Line Pull communications, Falling thru and climbling back onto the ice-everything was exciting and new. Beautiful Ice formations and a whole new world of Scuba to explore|