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dave.distel

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  1. *Update* Just incase anyone was wondering, or had the same problem; I got a pair of "Cressi" 2.5 mm from my dive shop. I was a little worried about them being to thin, but they fit me perfect ( fit like a glove ) and actually did the job well. I was diving last night, water temp was 57, and I was fine. They are also really nice for working the camera because they are so thin it feels like I have no glove on. Happy diving everyone.
  2. Thank you for the reply, Ill look into the Scubapro 5mm gloves. It's not really the buttons that are a problem, but its the dial itself on the strobe (to adjust power, full, 1/2, etc) thats giving me the hardest time.
  3. Thats really good to know, I don't have a drysuit yet, but am ordering one at the end of Jan. Glad to know that those will work well. I guess I will just have to deal with it untill then. Thanks
  4. Hi everyone! I have been reading here for a while, but this is my first post . You guys all seem great and have lots of information to offer. I have a question for everyone out there; I dive in southern California, where the water is roughly between 55-64 F. I have a pair of Excel 7mm gloves that keep my hands nice and warm, but its hard for me to manipulate the controls on my camera/strobe with them. Anyone have any recommendations for a good pair of gloves to keep my hands warm, but are thin enough at the tips to work my controls? Thanks for the help and happy holidays!
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