<30 (36 Votes)
30-39 (56 Votes)
40-49 (74 Votes)
50-59 (90 Votes)
60-69 (28 Votes)
70-79 (3 Votes)
80 or older (0 Votes)
Iíve been comfortable in low vis since the get go. (70 Votes)
Itís taken a number of dives to be pretty comfy in low vis, but Iím good now. (42 Votes)
Iím newish to cave diving. I am still on the learning curve to the comfort level I want to be. (9 Votes)
All this talk of low/no vis is freaking me out. Iím giving up cave diving. (2 Votes)
Who cares? It wonít happen to me. (2 Votes)
1800 psi (5 Votes)
1500 psi (9 Votes)
1200 psi (12 Votes)
1000 psi (10 Votes)
800 psi (0 Votes)
500 psi (1 Votes)
1200 psi, but if drills in the cavern, I'd come out with 1000 psi (8 Votes)
1000 psi, but if drills in the cavern, I'd come out with 700 psi (6 Votes)
other (explained in the comments part of the thread (7 Votes)
Change the dates to May 15-17 (14 Votes)
Keep it Memorial Day weekend May 22-24 (15 Votes)
I can't make either dates (4 Votes)
This is from HOG about the Morph 1000 backup light:
The Morph series of light has high temperature cut off electronic control safeties however, the light is not designed nor is it recommended for...
I too appreciate Tony's posts, but I don't read them all.
This China post though brought back memories to me when I lived in the Republic of China (aka Taiwan) in the late 70's as a high school...
Please see link for this event: http://floridaspringsinstitute.org/event-1819843
Yes, you can. Typically browser settings default to all downloads going to the "Downloads" folder just like in windows. Once you tell the BROWSER to let it choose, it allows you to save it wherever...victorzamora 01-26-2015 10:59 AM
Does anyone know if the HOG Morph 1000 Backup light is safe to use out of water? Also if it can't be used on HIGH, is it ok to use on LOW for periods of time?