Milky wrote:no way i wanna dive with twins on a Pioneer. i never had problem with my BC that has at least 50lbs of lift. it is just horsehoe type. I wanna have a donut shape halcyon and that was the only one avalaible. If Halcyon makes it up to 45lbs of lift there gotta b a good reason for it.
I don't understand y there is a backplate such as mine and Aquakiwi that doesn't have slots for tank straps. is it becuase it is an oldermodel?
Hey will it work if the Halcyon STA is put backward since the back part is straight and flat and b attched directly to the backplate and then attach the wing at the end?
Milky wrote:Andy, do u ever go diving where u need to bring 2 types of wing for double and single? If so, do u use them both with the same backplate, which means that u have to cahnge the wing all the time? If so, is it a pain in changing them around?
Andy wrote:As much as Packhorse likes to rant in letters to DiveNZ magazine about not getting impartial advice from dive stores, I think that you actually do get some good advice.
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