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Old 09-21-2007, 07:50 PM   #11
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Anyone know where I can buy one online?
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Anyone know where I can buy one online?
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Wow I never even heard of this before Very cool. Something Im going to really look into.
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Be sure and keep it clean. Moisture and dark mean mold and you really don't want to breath mold. I had one and it wasn't worth the trouble to me. I put a small mint in my mouth before a dive and it works better and costs a lot less.
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Be sure and keep it clean. Moisture and dark mean mold and you really don't want to breath mold. I had one and it wasn't worth the trouble to me. I put a small mint in my mouth before a dive and it works better and costs a lot less.
I second that statement. It seems to me that it would retain moisture and I think you have to change the filters constantly. Just something to think about. The mints are a lot cheaper than the filter....
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I think the mold issue is one that needs to be taken into consideration. For a lot of divers it won't be because they dive once a year on vacation. They simply remove the wick and replace it next time. There is still the possibility of mold. This is one reason why I have never gotten one.
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