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Re: [IP] RE: Which Pump



>> Water Proof is a designation which indicates that the
> > product may be submerged in water up to 30 feet deep. I don't think
> > either pump will survive that treatment. The Disetronic certainly is
> > sealed in a manner that will allow complete immersion in shallow
> > water indefinetly, but it is certainly not waterproof in the sense
> > that you would --- for instance --- go skindiving with it on.

> 
> I don't want to get into semantics (I'm not very good at it), but
> when it was mentioned by a number of members that D does not claim
> to be waterproof, I looked it up on their site.  They clearly state
> 'waterproof'.  When I got my D, in '93, I was told that there would
> be no problems for short depths without the tappet.  With the tappet
> it would be more waterproof to greater depths.  Whether greater
> depths was 11' or 31' I don't know, but I don't think I've heard of
> anyone having trouble with a leaking D.
> 
True, true. It is what you like that counts, there are few if any 
functional differences between the pumps when it comes to CSII

The the FINAL word is really what is written below

> I do believe that the pumps are close, with
> the personal choice making the only difference. 

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