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PADI eRDPML -  Electronic Multilevel Dive Planner - - #70031 -- DSAT and PADI Reinvent The Wheel with the new eRDPML -- PADI Tables

PADI eRDP ML -  Electronic Multilevel Dive Planner
# 70031
-- Get ready for easy, electronic multilevel dive planning with the arrival of the new eRDPML. Like its predecessor, the eRDP, the eRDPML is not a dive computer, but an electronic dive table that allows you to plan single depth and multilevel dives. While the first generation eRDP provided the same information as the table version of the Recreational Dive Planner (RDP), the eRDPML provides similar information as The Wheel in an electronic format.
PADI eRDP ML -  Electronic Multilevel Dive Planner

Price: $37.25   add PADI eRDP ML -  Electronic Multilevel Dive Planner # 70031 to cart



PADI RDP | http://www.padi.com

# 60099
-- RDP table (Imperial). Includes instructions for use booklet.

Price: $28.90   add PADI RDP | Dive Tables to cart

* While these are excellent reference materials, in no way should this information be considered a replacement for proper training for the specific type of diving in which you plan to participate.

It is important to understand that no decompression procedure, software, table, or dive computer exists which can guarantee that Decompression Sickness (DCS) will not occur.  It is possible for DCS to occur as a result of both "no decompression" as well as "planned decompression" dives.  The only way to completely avoid the risk of DCS is to not dive.  Before undertaking any dives involving planned decompression or mixed gas it is necessary to gain further training and experience in these areas.