"the 27, 17b and miller 400 are my favorites, i would love a 27 with the 77 sideblock and locking collar b/c the machining and attention to detail is awesome.
you dont see miller building fiberglass hats KM stick to composite."
"sat sat sat sat sat why is it always considered the pinnacle of diving
im not saying that sewer diving is but really we work in a multi faceted industry with many idiosyncrasies, not just sat. doing a hot tap in 80' and at 800' just more…"
Hi Skylar, In my early diving days I worked for SFRI in Cape Town South Africa. Those years al the divers got issued with a Rolex Submariner, beautiful and flashy, when I left the unit I got to keep it. I still have the watch, locked in my gun safe. Its expensive to service, so now I work with a Citizen Aqualand Pro-Master, very nice, heavy, tuff piece and 4years of hard underwater worx & no problem, its also reasonable to service cost wise, and it works well with the depth gauge & log. The Rolex I use as a dress watch and the Citizen as my work piece!