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Largo
05-20-2008, 15:47
Does Zeagle make an exhaust deflector, like Atomic and Sherwood?

ScottZeagle
05-21-2008, 09:00
Not at this moment.... ;)

Largo
05-21-2008, 12:09
I would buy one.

Chad
05-21-2008, 12:19
So would I.

ScottZeagle
05-21-2008, 12:27
Duly noted...

:)

ScubaToys Larry
05-21-2008, 13:51
Come on Scott... 2 sales. Let's tool up! That's only about 20 grand eh?? If you sold these two for $10,000 each you'd break even!:smiley36:

ScottZeagle
05-21-2008, 14:28
I am counting on Scuba Toys to sell 100,000 units the first year.

You have never let me down before, Larry...

:)

Zenagirl
05-21-2008, 15:15
I'd be interested in looking at one. Scott, if you develop one and need an unbiased tester, let me know. ;)

ScottZeagle
05-21-2008, 21:34
I'd be interested in looking at one. Scott, if you develop one and need an unbiased tester, let me know. ;)

Come on, Hil....that is your answer to EVERYTHING!!!

:D

fisheater
05-22-2008, 00:24
OR, you could send me one to test and I won't tell anyone about the body bags.

But, seriously, sounds like an interesting addition to a great reg.

Zenagirl
05-22-2008, 07:25
I'd be interested in looking at one. Scott, if you develop one and need an unbiased tester, let me know. ;)

Come on, Hil....that is your answer to EVERYTHING!!!

:D

Only when it comes to Zeagle!! ;) :D Aren't you glad to know I'm at least consistent? :)

Largo
05-22-2008, 11:49
Scott, When you hire people to design gear, what background do you look for?

BS in Mechanical Engineering? BS in Manufacturing Technology?

Do they have to be divers?

ScottZeagle
05-22-2008, 12:38
There are no requirements set in stone....but being a diver and understanding the workings of scuba gear is a definite plus.

Oh, and it makes it nice if they live somewhere around Zephyrhills, FL...or at least the Tampa Bay area.

Beaucoupfishies
05-22-2008, 12:50
There are no requirements set in stone....but being a diver and understanding the workings of scuba gear is a definite plus.

Oh, and it makes it nice if they live somewhere around Zephyrhills, FL...or at least the Tampa Bay area.

Hey! I live in Tampa, so I'm at least qualified enough to empty your trash. :smiley36:

Employee discount, employee discount!

ScottZeagle
05-22-2008, 14:10
You don't need to empty the trash - you just have to clock in, go diving, clock out, go home....then pick up your check on Friday.

Isn't that the way it is done in the "dive biz" Larry???

:D

Largo
05-22-2008, 17:45
It must be hard to design regs nowadays. They are so good at this time, that an 'improvement' might turn out to be a potential point of failure.

Example: You know Oceanic's new 'dry valve' 1st stage? It seems like a good idea, but could it potentially stick in the closed position? I know that the Oceanic regs are fine, that was just an example.

diver-wife
06-09-2008, 19:06
Scott, When you hire people to design gear, what background do you look for?

BS in Mechanical Engineering? BS in Manufacturing Technology?

Do they have to be divers?
naw, just BS is good enough:smiley20:

highdesert
06-11-2008, 21:34
.... if you develop one and need an unbiased tester, let me know. ;)

If someone out there has a Ferrari, and needs an unbiased tester, let me know! <lol>

reactive
06-19-2008, 11:21
You don't need to empty the trash - you just have to clock in, go diving, clock out, go home....then pick up your check on Friday.

Isn't that the way it is done in the "dive biz" Larry???

:D

That would be a dream job. As long as it isn't one of those divers who have to go dive in the Mexico sewer system!

crpntr133
06-19-2008, 20:48
Put my name on that tester list Scott. My old high volume mask worked good with directing the bubbles. Now that I have stepped into the dark side and use low volume it is starting to get annoying.