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cherified

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Hi... anyone using this? Any comments on it?

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Re: Hollis Hts II Softpack with S25 Donut Bladder
« Reply #1 on: 23 Dec 10, 12:51 »
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  • ahh... u r looking at the deal from oceanic?

    i reckon it is a pretty good price but i think is model is discontinued or going to be discontinued already.  they may be clearing stock.  so u might jus want to bear that in mind.

    on paper the specs look pretty decent.  definitely not as minimalist as a regular bp/w system.  perhaps existing user/s might like to comment further.
     :)

    discoburg

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    Re: Hollis Hts II Softpack with S25 Donut Bladder
    « Reply #2 on: 23 Dec 10, 14:06 »
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  • Get the Dive Rite sis.
    Hi... anyone using this? Any comments on it?
    I do agree that the Mola-Molas are a MYTH!

    livinouttabox

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    Re: Hollis Hts II Softpack with S25 Donut Bladder
    « Reply #3 on: 23 Dec 10, 14:39 »
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  • Been looking up reviews for you. Sadly, haven't chanced across much informative stuff yet. Divers-Supply has a make your own Bp/W set package though (at least US$270) go check it out since you can assemble your kit with Hollis equipment for quite a good rate.
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    cherified

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    Re: Hollis Hts II Softpack with S25 Donut Bladder
    « Reply #4 on: 23 Dec 10, 15:25 »
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  • didnt know theres such a thing! haha, thanks, i will check it out.

    Been looking up reviews for you. Sadly, haven't chanced across much informative stuff yet. Divers-Supply has a make your own Bp/W set package though (at least US$270) go check it out since you can assemble your kit with Hollis equipment for quite a good rate.

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    Re: Hollis Hts II Softpack with S25 Donut Bladder
    « Reply #5 on: 23 Dec 10, 15:26 »
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  • oic.. anyway im ok if its cus they are clearing stocks la, old stocks doesnt mean the product is bad, just a minor update in design for the up and coming one only i guess?

    will do more research on it. thanks for all your help!


    ahh... u r looking at the deal from oceanic?

    i reckon it is a pretty good price but i think is model is discontinued or going to be discontinued already.  they may be clearing stock.  so u might jus want to bear that in mind.

    on paper the specs look pretty decent.  definitely not as minimalist as a regular bp/w system.  perhaps existing user/s might like to comment further.
     :)


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    Re: Hollis Hts II Softpack with S25 Donut Bladder
    « Reply #6 on: 23 Dec 10, 15:31 »
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  • Don't be put off by old stocks, that's were bargains can be found! Don't let the tekkies and aspiring tekkies tell you to go tek route, consider your 2-3years diving needs then work with your budget rather than get top of the line, burst the bank and retire it after 20 odd dives. A pure waste of money that way if you ask me.

    Happy Shopping!
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    Re: Hollis Hts II Softpack with S25 Donut Bladder
    « Reply #7 on: 24 Dec 10, 11:18 »
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  • haha, true
    when getting cleared stock, may wish to consider how to get replacement parts/warranty issues, etc...
    good may not mean expensive, so go thru the online reviews and various sources to compare some prices etc before u buy because this is one of the larger big ticket items u getting...and best if u can actually wear/try/use in water