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stefeyme
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New Website for Vintage Scuba Diving!!

Sun Apr 29, 2018 8:28 am

Hi everyone,

I have revamped my website with new name, new look and feel, even new platform BUT still the same passion!!

Lots of pics in HD, close-up, tips and posts about bringing old scuba gears back to life and dive them!

Enjoy!

https://vintagescubadiving.com/

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SurfLung
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Re: New Website for Vintage Scuba Diving!!

Tue May 01, 2018 9:10 am

Very nice website... Thanks for posting. I enjoyed the beautiful regs in your Locker. I'd be interested to know what the vintage diving community is like in Europe. Being from Spain, what do you think of the Snark III regs?
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The Freedom and Simplicity of Vintage Equipment and
Vintage Diving Technique are Why I Got Back Into Diving.

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Bryan
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Re: New Website for Vintage Scuba Diving!!

Tue May 01, 2018 5:30 pm

Lot of nice regulators for sure. Well done on your site.

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stefeyme
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Re: New Website for Vintage Scuba Diving!!

Sat Jun 16, 2018 4:17 am

SurfLung wrote: Very nice website... Thanks for posting. I enjoyed the beautiful regs in your Locker. I'd be interested to know what the vintage diving community is like in Europe. Being from Spain, what do you think of the Snark III regs?
Well, the VD community here in Spain is quite poor, my website is translated now to Spanish and google analytics is telling me that the only user to visit my site from Spain... is me... :-(

This said, VD community is very active in France, Germany and UK. Lots of VD FB pages and very active members. I'm in contact with probably 50+ active users and they organise VD activities and encounters on regular basis.

About the SNARK III I have no idea... so far I focus my collection on US Divers and a bit of Spirotechnique. I see though a lot of them on second hand market at reasonable price between 150 and 200 Euros depending on their condition.

Many thanks for your comment
Cheers!!

mrepi2000
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Re: New Website for Vintage Scuba Diving!!

Mon Jun 18, 2018 7:56 pm

Beautiful website! Bravo!

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georgeaustin
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Re: New Website for Vintage Scuba Diving!!

Wed Jul 11, 2018 4:39 pm

Nice site - very nice regulators

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