Panerai diving video

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Panerai diving video

Barts27
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December 25th, 2015, 2:12 pm #1

I bought a German watch magazine lately and there was an article about Panerai.
A combat diver in authentic suit tested the Panerai 00442.

Have fun!

http://www.watchtime.net/video/panerai/
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December 25th, 2015, 2:28 pm #2







Thanks to Chrono watch magazine.
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December 25th, 2015, 10:24 pm #3

A bunch of aging WW II fetishists submersing themselves in 5 feet of water in vintage reproduction gear for a photo shoot is not exactly an impressive feat of adventure or technical achievement.
Sad really.
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December 25th, 2015, 11:00 pm #4

40ft in some short shorts and a leg knife!
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December 25th, 2015, 11:54 pm #5

A bunch of aging WW II fetishists submersing themselves in 5 feet of water in vintage reproduction gear for a photo shoot is not exactly an impressive feat of adventure or technical achievement.
Sad really.
Why so critical? If that is what they enjoy, then more power to them. Seriously, why do you feel the need to criticize them?
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December 26th, 2015, 12:48 am #6

If you think I'm criticizing by posting a picture of me wearing short shorts and a diving knife strapped to my leg then sorry you missed the humor.
I thought AGD commenting on them being in 5ft of water was hilarious.
Honestly, I thought the pics in all that get up looked cool. If I could have gotten the same gear to resort dive in Jamaica last summer, I totally would have rocked it! The dive instructors probably would have loved it more than the leg knife....
None the less, I enjoyed pleasure diving with the PAM just as much as J-C Biver did in the video and thought I would add that I "tested" the PAM 40ft.... LOL
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December 26th, 2015, 6:38 am #7

I bought a German watch magazine lately and there was an article about Panerai.
A combat diver in authentic suit tested the Panerai 00442.

Have fun!

http://www.watchtime.net/video/panerai/
but this morning with my daughter at Molokini, Maui, it was the GP.



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December 26th, 2015, 10:22 am #8

I bought a German watch magazine lately and there was an article about Panerai.
A combat diver in authentic suit tested the Panerai 00442.

Have fun!

http://www.watchtime.net/video/panerai/
Is it a joke ? My bathroom is deeper ;-). n.T.
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December 26th, 2015, 1:14 pm #9

I bought a German watch magazine lately and there was an article about Panerai.
A combat diver in authentic suit tested the Panerai 00442.

Have fun!

http://www.watchtime.net/video/panerai/
Pretty sure they were doing a photo shoot and testing things like underwater visibility.
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December 26th, 2015, 1:19 pm #10

If you think I'm criticizing by posting a picture of me wearing short shorts and a diving knife strapped to my leg then sorry you missed the humor.
I thought AGD commenting on them being in 5ft of water was hilarious.
Honestly, I thought the pics in all that get up looked cool. If I could have gotten the same gear to resort dive in Jamaica last summer, I totally would have rocked it! The dive instructors probably would have loved it more than the leg knife....
None the less, I enjoyed pleasure diving with the PAM just as much as J-C Biver did in the video and thought I would add that I "tested" the PAM 40ft.... LOL
It cracked me up! I was just wondering why AGD said the original posters were "sad". Seemed a little harsh.
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December 26th, 2015, 2:34 pm #11

the watch. Sad it was only "tested" a couple feet deep.

Maybe it was just a legibility test.
The water they were in looked pretty murky and not really deep/dark enough to glow/read...but maybe.

I wonder how deep anyone has actually dove with a panerai...
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December 26th, 2015, 3:08 pm #12

I bought a German watch magazine lately and there was an article about Panerai.
A combat diver in authentic suit tested the Panerai 00442.

Have fun!

http://www.watchtime.net/video/panerai/
I liked it, I am a bit biased since I have a 422.

I can take mine in a swimming pool as well....

Matt aka "MattyMac"
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December 26th, 2015, 3:26 pm #13

the watch. Sad it was only "tested" a couple feet deep.

Maybe it was just a legibility test.
The water they were in looked pretty murky and not really deep/dark enough to glow/read...but maybe.

I wonder how deep anyone has actually dove with a panerai...
The Kampfschwimmer use a non open system (but you are be able to open it, than you can go deeper) which name is draeger LAR (you can google it for detail technic information)

The normal operation deep is around 10 meter for the Kampfschwimmer. If you go deeper with a non open System the Lime which were used together with Co2 (these combination gives you the possibility to stay around 4 hours underwater for your operation) makes the Oxygen toxic. It is totally dangerous to go deeper.

I stay close in contact with the german Kampfschwimmer and i have some friends there. One is Jens Höner (an active German KS and the Guy in this Video...google his name and you got more information).

This article was made for entertainment. Show old stuff in "action".

Jens is also a collector of old diving stuff and he is an absolutely expert and instructor of the special diving Equip. He trained the new Kampfschwimmer in one part were they operate. The Water.

I hope now you will understand it better







my deepest Dive with a Panerai was together with a Bronzo in Greek Santorini around 30 meter

i took that pic in a cave were Jaques Cousteau was very often years ago

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December 26th, 2015, 4:57 pm #14

It's makes sense to use a rebreather for longer operations. I burned through 2500 psi of O2 in the resort tanks in about 30mins!
Diving was a amazing experience. A fantastic combination of natural beauty, therapeutic sense of self being, and the underling feeling of danger and helplessness.
Having done it, I respect the diver and skill. I may never make it past 40ft but the idea of challenging the depths is enticing ....

Sweet pic of the Cousteau plaque! I'm glad you captured the Bronzo in the moment. I'd love to take a PAM there some day

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December 26th, 2015, 4:58 pm #15

the watch. Sad it was only "tested" a couple feet deep.

Maybe it was just a legibility test.
The water they were in looked pretty murky and not really deep/dark enough to glow/read...but maybe.

I wonder how deep anyone has actually dove with a panerai...
Makes sense...

Happy holidays!
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December 27th, 2015, 10:02 am #16

Pretty sure they were doing a photo shoot and testing things like underwater visibility.
http://peternicholson.co/ROLEX-DOCUMENTARY-TRIESTE
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December 27th, 2015, 1:41 pm #17

Hard to argue the accomplishments of Rolex.
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December 29th, 2015, 12:32 pm #18

The Kampfschwimmer use a non open system (but you are be able to open it, than you can go deeper) which name is draeger LAR (you can google it for detail technic information)

The normal operation deep is around 10 meter for the Kampfschwimmer. If you go deeper with a non open System the Lime which were used together with Co2 (these combination gives you the possibility to stay around 4 hours underwater for your operation) makes the Oxygen toxic. It is totally dangerous to go deeper.

I stay close in contact with the german Kampfschwimmer and i have some friends there. One is Jens Höner (an active German KS and the Guy in this Video...google his name and you got more information).

This article was made for entertainment. Show old stuff in "action".

Jens is also a collector of old diving stuff and he is an absolutely expert and instructor of the special diving Equip. He trained the new Kampfschwimmer in one part were they operate. The Water.

I hope now you will understand it better







my deepest Dive with a Panerai was together with a Bronzo in Greek Santorini around 30 meter

i took that pic in a cave were Jaques Cousteau was very often years ago

Thanks Marcus for making it more clear for the community ;-)
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January 1st, 2016, 3:33 pm #19

The Kampfschwimmer use a non open system (but you are be able to open it, than you can go deeper) which name is draeger LAR (you can google it for detail technic information)

The normal operation deep is around 10 meter for the Kampfschwimmer. If you go deeper with a non open System the Lime which were used together with Co2 (these combination gives you the possibility to stay around 4 hours underwater for your operation) makes the Oxygen toxic. It is totally dangerous to go deeper.

I stay close in contact with the german Kampfschwimmer and i have some friends there. One is Jens Höner (an active German KS and the Guy in this Video...google his name and you got more information).

This article was made for entertainment. Show old stuff in "action".

Jens is also a collector of old diving stuff and he is an absolutely expert and instructor of the special diving Equip. He trained the new Kampfschwimmer in one part were they operate. The Water.

I hope now you will understand it better







my deepest Dive with a Panerai was together with a Bronzo in Greek Santorini around 30 meter

i took that pic in a cave were Jaques Cousteau was very often years ago

"The normal operation deep is around 10 meter for the Kampfschwimmer. If you go deeper with a non open System the Lime which were used together with Co2 (these combination gives you the possibility to stay around 4 hours underwater for your operation) makes the Oxygen toxic. It is totally dangerous to go deeper. "

Hi, I'm a technical CCR diver. There is no interaction between the CO2 scrubber media ("sorb") and the gas in the breathing loop that makes oxygen any more toxic than it is in open circuit SCUBA applications. The absorbent material, such as Sofnolime, only reacts with the CO2 in the breathing gas mixture and its scrubbing capability is not affected by depth but rather the overall amount of CO2 being catalyzed. Having a closed gas loop simply means that the diver varies the percentage of oxygen content in the gas mixture to maintain a constant partial pressure of O2 as opposed to having a variable PPO2 and a fixed fraction of O2 as is the case when diving open circuit scuba. It is not 'totally dangerous to go deeper' using a rebreather. In fact, it is much safer in several important respects as compared to switching between tanks of varying EANx percentages during a deep dive.

Here's a photo of me at 60 meters depth on a CCR, off the western coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia:

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January 2nd, 2016, 10:06 am #20

...you are be able to use special technic to go safe deep with this system for sure


But the Kampfschwimmer only use the LAR Dräger System

The Minediver go deeper with the open system

I speak about the Coma hyperkapnicum which come if you go too deep with a !! close !! System and the Kampfschwimmer (special the old one in the WW2) don´t operate deep about this

The old and the close system of Rebreather are totally not comparable with this what you made in the deep


These to know is necessary


but i´m sure you know that and it is a Missunderstanding

i only spoke about close Systems and the operation deep of the Kampfschwimmer

not about the role Tec Dive World
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