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Personally, i am also looking for the new fellow divers and I fully intend to take up AOW soon.
The Similan and Surin Islands are some of Thailand's most popular dive destinations. Most of the visitors to these islands do so on liveaboard dive boats, but it is possible to catch a speedboat and dive the same sites while staying in mainland Thailand.
South East Asia / Locations for JOWD
« Last post by Aling on 08 Jan 19, 17:53 »
I intend to bring my boy, who has a JOWD and currently 13years old, for his leisure ocean dives.
Any recommendations?
I've always dived to my AOWD max depths so a little unsure where he could dive in somewhat clearer waters than Bintan.
Like him to be able to see the stuff, as water visibility was not good when he got his JOWD at Rawa.
Maldives is too far away.
JOWD max depth is 12m for his age group.
Used Suunto D6i Black for sale
Around 3.5yrs old
Some light scratches on the bezel but no scratch on the glass.
Just serviced by Suunto Finland with all buttons changed., so all buttons are smooth.
Includes a new battery.
Installed with Zulu adapter and comes with 2 brand new Zulu straps. One black and one maroon, worth S$150.
Comes with original cable too.
No more original strap
No box.
Asking for $500
Probably there it is a standard charge for any online refund process. The same happen to me before on some other purchase. It would be nice for a full refund if they have mentioned in any of their website.

Or it could be part of the Electronic funds transfer where the admin charges should be checked as "back charge to the sender" and was not done by them.

As for the operator, I did the same before without any cancellation. Their dive operation and service is good as far as I have experienced and compared with most of the LOB I had tried in Phuket, Hin D/Muang, Gulf of Thailand, Phi Phi Ö etc. don't let this silly administrative issue affect a good trip.

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So, what do you think?  Do you agree? Thanks again to share articles like these, I have come across.
Classifieds: Scuba Diving Equipment / Apeks Flight (Tungsten)
« Last post by sibingai on 05 Jan 19, 23:09 »
Here is a used set of APEKS Flight
DIN 1st stage
About 40 dives to it.
Set includes
Apeks 2 console gauge(DG & PG) in metric
Yoke Din Adapter(new)
Selling at $720

Free delivery to you once deposit of $50 is paid.
Scuba Talk / Searching for open water diving buddy (Feb 2019)
« Last post by ScubaJ on 04 Jan 19, 23:39 »
Hi. I'm hoping to go for an open water diving course this year. Aiming to travel during the CNY Week (Anytime between 2-10 Feb). Thinking of doing in somewhere near Bali. Is anyone out there interested?
Dive Computer, Dive Watch & Bottom Timer / Re: Garmin Descent
« Last post by j3d1 on 04 Jan 19, 16:02 »
Lasted me 5 days of normal use including exercise tracking. With GPS while running every other day lasted me 3 days.
Diving lasted me 3 days of 2 dives a day.

Great dive watch/computer. I love the app integration that you can show other divers on your phone.
Classifieds: Scuba Diving Equipment / For RENT: Garmin Descent MK1
« Last post by j3d1 on 04 Jan 19, 15:57 »
For RENT only.

Rent a Garmin Descent MK1 at $50/week to enhance your dive trip and start your electronic dive log. Decided to rent out for other divers to use since I don't dive every month. Look up the features at

I like this dive watch as it is not just a dive computer but also allows you to record your dive details on the Garmin Connect app to show your buddies. It records your time in and location in, as well as out time that you can see the gps on a map. It tracks your depth with a nice graph, as well as your heartrate if you care for it. It has a built in dive compass that is cool to use. And many others.

The watch will be passed to you reset to factory settings so you can set it up using your profile.
You will need to download and signup to the Garmin Connect App for your self.

Important NOTE:
I will need you to sign a rental agreement face to face in which you need to provide me with a photocopy of your NRIC.
I will need you to place a refundable deposit of S$1200 on top and in addition to the rental fee. I will not pass the watch to you without this. Please understand this is not to scam you but you can see that a brand new watch is S$1400 to S$1500 and nobody is selling this used yet. So I need to protect myself should someone decide to walk off with the watch (great deal for $50!) or should they lose the watch overboard or sit their air tank on top of it. When you return me the watch intact and without major issues, I will transfer the deposit back to you on the spot. I will sign a document confirming the receipt of the deposit of course.

You will get the full deposit back provided the watch is fully functioning, the watch face is not scratched, the watch does not have any major dents, the buttons all work, the strap is not torn, the charging cable is intact and functioning.
If the strap is torn, I will deduct $100 from the deposit to replace it. If the charging cradle is broken, I will also keep $100 to replace it. If the watch is not functioning, has a major dent or the glass is scratched or cracked, I will keep the whole $1200 deposit since I will need to replace a new watch.  I will not penalise for minor scratches on the body provided it does not impair the watch function.

The rental week starts from the day you pick up for 7 days counting the day you picked up and the day you hand back to me. Any excess days will be pro-rated until you return the watch, and deducted from your deposit.
I reserve the right to decide not to rent the watch if I am not convinced you are a bonafide renter or if I am not convinced that you will take care of the watch.   

Interested ping me at nine-zero-6-6-nine-008.

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