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Omer Mimetic Line

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Is the Omer Mimetic Line overkill?

  • YES

    Votes: 9 23.7%
  • NO

    Votes: 29 76.3%

  • Total voters
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shaneshac

shaneshac

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Hey Mark,

Do you know if the Alien Mask will come with the tinted lenses as the current Aries 45

Thanks
 
Mark Laboccetta

Mark Laboccetta

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Shane,

I don't think so-I think if people want the amber/mirror lens combination the Aries 45 is the choice.

The Alien is unique because of the green mask skirt and the camouflage frame. Most people prefer clear lens masks because they don't ever scratch nor the need for exta care.

Ciao, Mark
 
shaneshac

shaneshac

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Hey Mark,

Thanks for the info.

Va bene tutto?

ho inviato un messagio privato sul aste Technosport. Ha recivuto il messagio?

Grazzie

Shane
 
Mark Laboccetta

Mark Laboccetta

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No Shaca, non l'ho' visto, vado adesso a controllare i messaggi privati e ti rispondo subito, ciao,

Mark:)
 
shaneshac

shaneshac

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Grazzie

Hey my italian is coming along great.

Must be al those spearing movies i watch.

Forza italia
 
Memo

Memo

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Hi mark,
I really loved the ergonomic handle for the T20, do you know if there is also an ergonomic handle for excalibur series?
 
Amphibious

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MMMMMmmmmmmmMMMMMMmmmmmmmm MEMITIC!

Seems to work for me - 3 of the 9 I took that day - Monsters for this area and very shy.
 
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Snorkel Bum

Snorkel Bum

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Haha, nice fish! They look like oversived retarded Rougets (small french fish that is orangy but goes red after killing them, THEY ARE SO GOOOOD TO EAT!).... Keep up the good work!!
 
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peskydor

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Allison,
I tend to agree with the article's analysis. I believe that camo might be of some help to a motionless diver in the kelp or lying on a reef. That's about it. Looking at nature, the sea lion has no particular camoflage. The orca has 'dazzle' camo which breaks up the outline. This is only helpful in very low vis or at great distance. Overall, I doubt that a diver in motion will be assisted by camo. However, admittedly, I have no personal experience with camo. Some of my freediving buddies camo their guns but I really don't know if this is effective. Generally, they spear plenty of fish with or without camoflaged guns. Personally, I believe that control of body motions, particularly the head and arms, is most important. For success with white sea bass and its cousin, the sea trout, suppression of bubbles from the snorkel, is crucial. Usually, this just means taking the snorkel out of the mouth before diving.
 
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