Helium release values & off set crowns

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Re: Helium release values & off set crowns

Post by koimaster » April 28th 2010, 10:02am

picky picky picky.

I for one think that these release valves are just a marketing gimmick. Yes they work but few owners of them will ever go down to the depths they are designed for.
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Post by koimaster » April 28th 2010, 12:54pm

Watch Noob wrote:The only gas I release comes from my anal cavity.



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Post by eddiea » April 28th 2010, 3:44pm

koimaster wrote:picky picky picky.

I for one think that these release valves are just a marketing gimmick. Yes they work but few owners of them will ever go down to the depths they are designed for.

True but by the same token, most divers are never used as such...then again few chronos are fully used either... I agree is all a marketing gimmick
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Re: Helium release values & off set crowns

Post by Mark1 » April 28th 2010, 4:01pm

eddiea wrote:
koimaster wrote:picky picky picky.

I for one think that these release valves are just a marketing gimmick. Yes they work but few owners of them will ever go down to the depths they are designed for.

True but by the same token, most divers are never used as such...then again few chronos are fully used either... I agree is all a marketing gimmick


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Re: Helium release values & off set crowns

Post by eddiea » May 1st 2010, 2:43pm

foghorn wrote:
Watch Noob wrote:Watch for Invicta to put a Helium Release valve on a Lupah Dragon in the near future. :geek:



They oughta put one on Lalo!

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