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Does Galileo SOL or LUNA gives you a longer bottom Time??

Does Galileo SOL or LUNA gives you a longer bottom Time??

Post Number:#1  Postby diver999 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 11:47 am

Dear Members,

I wish to ask Does Galileo SOL or LUNA gives you a LONGER BOTTOM TIME Compare to others Dive Com Like Suunto D9 or D6??

Recently I heard from others about this issue. Currently I'm using a D9 which served me at least 4 years.

Hope you all who had this kind of experience can tell me.

Thanks A Lot!

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Re: Does Galileo SOL or LUNA gives you a longer bottom Time??

Post Number:#2  Postby run » Fri Oct 05, 2012 11:59 am

if im not mistaken most uwatec gives longer bottom time, shorter SI, shorter no-fly compare to sunnto dive comp.
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Re: Does Galileo SOL or LUNA gives you a longer bottom Time??

Post Number:#3  Postby diver999 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 12:09 pm

Thanks for your feedback RUN... appreciated.

Anyone have any comments?? hope to get more comments :)
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Re: Does Galileo SOL or LUNA gives you a longer bottom Time??

Post Number:#4  Postby run » Fri Oct 05, 2012 12:20 pm

diver999 u should read the manual. I have dived with diver who own uwatec and i can see the difference in bottom time, SI and no fly.
Uwatec have this special selection of dving with MB levels L0-L5 and L5 give the most conservative diving selection.
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Re: Does Galileo SOL or LUNA gives you a longer bottom Time??

Post Number:#5  Postby diver999 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 3:13 pm

thanks for the advice and info... seems like is a great choice to go for Galileo....  :) appreciated your help
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