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August 16, 2022
#24 Transmitter vs. SPG

The age old question finally arrives at The Dive Table; Which tool should you use to monitor your gas levels, the transmitter or the SPG? Well, the guys dive right in and quickly realize something that everybody already knows...


The age old question finally arrives at The Dive Table; Which tool should you use to monitor your gas levels, the transmitter or the SPG?

Well, the guys dive right in and quickly realize something that everybody already knows;  never buy a used mattress.

The pros and cons of a transmitter and SPG are discussed as well as the preferences for different types of diving.  The answer to the question may surprise you.  Or it won't.

What side of the aisle do you fall on?  Do you think it matters which one should be used?  Do you agree or disagree with Nick and Jay's assessment?

The article mentioned in the episode, written by Natalie Gibb (Under the Jungle Owner, Instructor) titled, 'Extreme (and not so extreme) multi-stage side-mount cave diving,' that was published on the Shearwater website can be found here:  

https://www.shearwater.com/community/extreme-and-not-so-extreme-multistage-sidemount-cave-diving-with-ai/




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If you enjoyed this episode and want to be a part of this growing community, you can join us in a couple of ways: 

  1. Subscribe to the podcast so you get notified when new episodes drop;
  2. Leave a rating wherever you listen to your podcasts;
  3. Send the link to the show; thedivetable.com to a dive buddy, your dive team, or your last scuba instructor.
  4. Share your thoughts with us by leaving us a voicemail here on our website or say howdy.
  5. Also visit us at,Fish Dive Surf, Inc.