How not to deploy a delayed surface marker buoy (DSMB)

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This is an educational film showing the pit falls of deploying a delayed surface marker buoy using a finger reel…..
Ideally this should be practice in sheltered waters before trying it in open water.

Music track is by Queen.

Comments

Z. Kent says:

You need training… and equipment that suits your diving level

ChadsGoneDiving says:

Looks like someone needs some serious practice with SMB deployment, buoyancy and trim while deploying.

That was just downright funny to watch.

Tony "Dilligaf" Gage says:

All the gear,no idea……

kingabunyip says:

Awful, just awful.
Dry practice first, then in the pool, then in shallow open water, and when proficient you can use your new skills on a proper dive.

Brian Baxter says:

what about the guys up top, they would be thinking “what the hell is wrong down there” or something along those lines. like “WTF”

djshadowpain says:

strokes.

Nicolas PETITMENGIN says:

LOL

Allen Freeman says:

Strokery all up in here

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