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C4's for Scuba ???

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glennv

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Going on a scuba/freedive trip , but want to travel light. To avoid bringing more pairs of fins i was wondering if scuba with my C4's ( nr 30 so not the very long ones))would be possible. Anyone got any experience with that ?
 

pim

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Yeah Glenn,

"Mad" Pim has experience with C4-f25 (and with the 80's) and scuba. No problem, but with Cressi GARA2000 scuba is better and even more easy travelling.

have a good holiday,
Pim (stopped being MAD long time ago)
 
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