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User profile: hteas
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gold coating vs open cell

Freediving Equipment

#9 - hteas
Forget the gold. Metals reflect heat if there is a gap with air in it between the surface of the metal and your skin ...
Forget the gold. Metals reflect heat if there is a gap with air in it between the surface of the metal and your skin . In direct contact with your skin it will suck off heat in ...
Forget the gold. Metals reflect heat if there is a gap with air in it between the surface of the metal and your skin . In direct contact with your skin it will suck off heat in small amounts, because metals generally transfer heat aw3ay ...

Oceaner worth the price?

Freediving Equipment

#10 - hteas
Greyishbeard, Are you planning to use the suit for apnea or spearfishing? The Yamamoto 45 rubber used in the Oceaner is ...
Greyishbeard, Are you planning to use the suit for apnea or spearfishing? The Yamamoto 45 rubber used in the Oceaner is more flexible and fragile than the Yamamoto 39 used for ...
Greyishbeard, Are you planning to use the suit for apnea or spearfishing? The Yamamoto 45 rubber used in the Oceaner is more flexible and fragile than the Yamamoto 39 used for spearfishing. The Yamamoto 45 will be more comfortable (think ...

Oceaner worth the price?

Freediving Equipment

#7 - hteas
I have known several divers that purchased Elios suits. All but 1 were very happy. the exception got a suit that fit ...
I have known several divers that purchased Elios suits. All but 1 were very happy. the exception got a suit that fit very well, but was made with smooth skin exterior. It tore when ...
I have known several divers that purchased Elios suits. All but 1 were very happy. the exception got a suit that fit very well, but was made with smooth skin exterior. It tore when he was taking it off the first time he used it. Stick with ...
#12 - hteas
When all is said and done, the deep inhale before starting a dive will have no effect on the partial pressure of CO2 ...
When all is said and done, the deep inhale before starting a dive will have no effect on the partial pressure of CO2. You are adding O2 but not lowering CO2. you need to exhale.to ...
When all is said and done, the deep inhale before starting a dive will have no effect on the partial pressure of CO2. You are adding O2 but not lowering CO2. you need to exhale.to lower CO2. As long as you don't push the partial pressure of ...
#9 - hteas
There were old threads here by a diver named Trux. He was constantly reminding divers not to hyperventilate. Eventually ...
There were old threads here by a diver named Trux. He was constantly reminding divers not to hyperventilate. Eventually he learned that even "normal" breathing before submerging is ...
There were old threads here by a diver named Trux. He was constantly reminding divers not to hyperventilate. Eventually he learned that even "normal" breathing before submerging is technically hyperventilation. Everybody does it to some ...

Freediving stroke tips?

Freediving Training, Tips & Techniques

#4 - hteas
It also depends on the stiffness of the fins. Any diver will use a slower kick with stiff fins ...
It also depends on the stiffness of the fins. Any diver will use a slower kick with stiff fins ...
It also depends on the stiffness of the fins. Any diver will use a slower kick with stiff fins ...

Zip up surfer-style wetsuit, (7-8mm) for freediving?

Freediving Equipment

#21 - hteas
For what it's worth, the extension of my beavertail is 3 inches (7.5cm) long. ...
For what it's worth, the extension of my beavertail is 3 inches (7.5cm) long. ...
For what it's worth, the extension of my beavertail is 3 inches (7.5cm) long. ...

Zip up surfer-style wetsuit, (7-8mm) for freediving?

Freediving Equipment

#14 - hteas
Extending the length of the beavertail does not make a suit colder, unless the extension is too long. I dive in water 46 ...
Extending the length of the beavertail does not make a suit colder, unless the extension is too long. I dive in water 46-52F year-round and have no problem. It's very different ...
Extending the length of the beavertail does not make a suit colder, unless the extension is too long. I dive in water 46-52F year-round and have no problem. It's very different from leaving the b beavertail unattached. Getting it the right ...

Weighting question seems a lot

Spearguns & Spearfishing Equipment

#2 - hteas
It sounds like you arwe overthinking the problem. If you need 4kg, then that's how much you need. ...
It sounds like you arwe overthinking the problem. If you need 4kg, then that's how much you need. ...
It sounds like you arwe overthinking the problem. If you need 4kg, then that's how much you need. ...

Zip up surfer-style wetsuit, (7-8mm) for freediving?

Freediving Equipment

#10 - hteas
Because I have the same problem, I glue in an extension to the beavertail. It gets rid of the problem for me. I glue in ...
Because I have the same problem, I glue in an extension to the beavertail. It gets rid of the problem for me. I glue in a piece of rubber from an old suit using wetsuit glue. A ...
Because I have the same problem, I glue in an extension to the beavertail. It gets rid of the problem for me. I glue in a piece of rubber from an old suit using wetsuit glue. A little too long is probably better than too short. ...
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