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#14161
Dive Tanks
GenoMc - 8/17/2008 6:52 PM
Category: Survey
Replies: 77

Which material of manufacture do you prefer in your dive air tanks?
#190
Diver123 - 9/10/2008 7:10 PM
[Choose #3] double steels, al stage, al rebreather
#151
dbon - 9/08/2008 10:21 AM
[Choose #1] like the same weight throughout the dive.
#2513
lreese2 - 9/06/2008 1:25 AM
[Choose #1] I likie steel cuz they’re smaller
#108
niacentine - 9/03/2008 12:31 AM
[Choose #3] Pure Titanium...ok aluminum
#2157
MouthBreather - 8/30/2008 1:33 PM
[Choose #2] I wonder what the benefits are for the carbon fiber tanks?
#227
Scout - 8/29/2008 6:22 AM
[Choose #3] Air is just fine
#315
pmombourquette - 8/25/2008 5:34 PM
[Choose #1] 120Cuft, with Nitrox....lots of bottom time
#2949
OcalaJim - 8/22/2008 4:42 PM
[Choose #1] I use steel 95’s. I use less weight and I seem to have better bouyancy.
#5919
SCUBASMITTY - 8/22/2008 11:49 AM
[Choose #3] i HAVE TWO ALUMINUM AND TWO STEEL-FOR A VARITY OF DIVES
#67
Palm_Harbor_Rick - 8/21/2008 6:01 PM
[Choose #1] I’m a big boy and need the extra weight
#2935
mo - 8/21/2008 12:24 PM
[Choose #1] 12lt steel with 300 bar of air is what floats my boat
#3235
swatcopdiver - 8/20/2008 10:29 PM
[Choose #2] catelina tanks
#91
drykill_23 - 8/20/2008 9:29 PM
[Choose #2] luxfer 80
#5376
flaski - 8/19/2008 9:55 PM
[Choose #2] steel should be cheeper than aluminum
#5082
divershaun - 8/19/2008 1:53 AM
[Choose #1] steel steel steel steel steel steel steel steel steeeeeeeeeeeeeeeel
#622
Matt65 - 8/17/2008 11:49 PM
[Choose #2] I have two neutrally bouyant aluminum tanks.