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Whats your ultimate Kit

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crusty

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This is just out of Curiosity
What is your Ultimate Kit ???
Everything from head to toe, no spending limit, only the Best.
Scenario is for Blue Water, Hunting Mackerel or any fighting Pelagics around 40kg, Vis 25m , Water temp 26c , Max Depth 30m,

Gives me something to deam about ( apart from porn ) while at work
Crusty
 

Amphibious

Working Class Spearo
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Omer Mimetic Med 3mm suit
C4 80's
Cressi Bigeyes mask
some generic snorkle...
Rabitech apex 130cm Carbon w/Omer pelagic reel

sounds like a start.....
 

EEZerik

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At first I read 50 thousand dollar yacht. Then i noticed I missed a couple zeroes!!

I'm with you I like the way you think!!!

Belongs to: owner of Oracle/Ellison
Name of boat: Rising Sun
Photos: Jan Van Der Val/Redux Pictures
 

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I'll go with
Custom 3mm bluewater camo suit- Picasso Carbon fins (red sticker)- Cressi Super-Occio mask. Generic no-valve snorkle.
As far as a Gun goes- a 140 rear-handle KES speargun from Australia (3x16mm bands) 8mm shaft and alexander slip'tip.
100ft Riffe bungy - 11ltr rob-allen hard float with 100ft of spectra in the line pouch. Connected to a 35ltr rob-allen dogtooth float.
Mmm- The perfect set-up.
 

Murat

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thats a really funny question, if i had no budget limit, i would buy every product of all brands then test them to find the which one is best for my taste. Then, may be i will be able to answer your question properly. Since no body has time or money to do that its more important to be happy with what you had in your hand :)
 

drunkinbda

The boys are back in town
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EEZerik said:
At first I read 50 thousand dollar yacht. Then i noticed I missed a couple zeroes!!

I'm with you I like the way you think!!!

Belongs to: owner of Oracle/Ellison
Name of boat: Rising Sun
Photos: Jan Van Der Val/Redux Pictures



that is a sweet ride... funnny.. my friend here has a boat called Rising Son.. yes i meant to spell it son..just cool that the names are hte same!!

As for my gear.. pretty basic here, generic mask at the moment but gettin a cressi big eyes.. trident 7ft travel polespear, and omer millenium fins..


workin on the wetsuit, still deciding between omer titanium, omer mimitec ocean/med or a elios tailored... we shall see
 

DeepThought

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Addition:

My ultimate kit will include a weather machine.

Anyone knows of models, prices and manufacturers?
 
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