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Old 11-15-2012
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Re: Cleaning Hull in the water

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Originally Posted by j34035 View Post
I bought a 12 volt unit from jsi. It works great and you can be down for a couple of hours without running your batteries down. I did buy a full face mask which makes it all much easier. IST makes a pretty good silicone full face for about a hundred bucks. It would have been cheaper to hire the bottom cleaning done, but now I do it far more often.
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So, all in, maybe $1500 with mask, tax and shipping? I get tempted to drop that on a unit, but only when mildly intoxicated.

Its just seems impossible to justify and I'm also concerned that it would not get used enough to keep it from decomposing in the lazz.
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