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  1. Time Left: 4 days and 18 hours

    • FOR SALE
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    Approximately 700 jumps on container, DoM July 2011 Currently jumped by 5'6" male; can go up or down a few inches. PDR160 Reserve, DoM July 2011. 15 repacks, 1 ride Recently repacked and inspected by master rigger. Buyer pays shipping.

    $2,200.00

    Calgary, Alberta - CA

  2. I've got a '99 Tempo 150. Flew it twice, opened and flew just fine!
  3. Curious; how are you finding the accuracy? Since the 2.7 firmware update, the FF time calculation has improved (used to be way off), but I am noticing about 170ft difference between the Alter and my VisoII. Not a big deal during FF, but under canopy 170ft is quite a bit!
  4. That's unfortunate. I also was one of the lucky ones, then, as I did receive my order and they were always pretty quick to respond to questions, etc.
  5. I can't answer this question directly, but you might find this resource useful: http://diverdriver.com/ Cheers, Tim
  6. Agreed, it's pretty easy to install and use; makes for very quick adjustments. Dudeist skydiver...as in 'like, that's just your opinion, man' skydiver?
  7. I recently bought one of these, put about 18 jumps on it so far. Really liking the device. It's accurate and easy to read in freefall and under canopy. Customer support is really good as well, they always respond quickly and are open to feedback.
  8. John, I did ask him, he said he has over 10k tandems. Quite possible I am mistaken, though, it was a text conversation; maybe he thought I said 1000. Cheers, Tim
  9. I've jumped at Mesquite last time I traveled to Vegas. Great little dropzone, good DZO, fun people. I really like the views as well. It's the desert, but, I find it stunning.
  10. Aidan Walters in Canada has over 10,000 tandems. Cheers, Tim
  11. Do you have a link to the boogie info? Or did you hear about this through someone else?
  12. Anyone see any benefit to putting something like Dr Scholl's Active Series insoles in your shoes? Could this help long term knee and ankle wear/impact from running out landings? Granted, I totally agree proper landing technique is paramount.
  13. There's a guy at my dropzone who made a windbreaker (jacket) out of an old Tempo reserve!
  14. There's a couple really nice ones in the interior of British Columbia. Okanagan Skydive in Vernon North Okanagan Vertical Adventures (NOVA) in Salmon Arm