Sage advice from a man who knows.swimjim wrote:The first thing to do is read, read, and then read more. I would suggest you start simple, preferably with a VDH backplate. Double hose diving is a different kettle of fish so to speak. Proper position of the regulator between the shoulder blades and having the cans touch the back are critical to success. Start in a pool and just get the feel for it. Learn how to clear your hoses. See how your position in the water affects how the regulator breathes. For instance, if you point your body down, the reg will breath harder. Heads up position, the reg will breath easy. On your back the reg will free flow. Nothing wrong here, just the nature of the beast. As you master the basics and read up on things you'll start to get a better idea which route you want to take. Be fore warned. Once started, one regulator isn't enough. It is a disease after all. Welcome aboard
Red hoses are only available on the new Argonaut Kraken regulator. Take some time to visit the website store. There are hundreds of items for your double hose and diving in general. Parts are broken down into categories like masks,hoses and mouthpieces, single stage, two stage etc.Goodlifedivers wrote:Anyone know where I can get red hoses?
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