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Re: [IP] swimming/watersports/INCREDIBLE PRODUCT we discovered for geneva



Jo,
I'm on the Animas pump and its only rated to 12 feet so  taking it SCUBA
diving would be out of the question.  I just started insulin in it last weds
so it'll probably be a while before I get in the water to dive again but I'm
looking forward to not having to worry about the effects of  N at depth.

John
----- Original Message -----
From: Tim Gardner <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>; Joanne Watson <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, January 16, 2001 12:18 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] swimming/watersports/INCREDIBLE PRODUCT we discovered for
geneva


> >Just wondering, has anyone out there ever scuba dived on a pump.  I am a
> >very keen scuba diver, however stopped once I became diabetic because of
my
> >use of N (and subsequent lows, wouldn't want to have one at 100 feet!).
>
> No.  The Disetronic rep made a point of telling me NOT to let my 4
> year old son scuba dive with the pump -- it is not built to withstand
> the pressure.  So far, this has not been a problem for him.
>
> Tim
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