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Old 22 September 2004, 06:42   #11
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True, but i think it would be harder to turn on if it is over my shoulder and i am in the water, at least if its on the strap i can hold it/wedge it after i have turned it on
Do you not think it would be better to get an automatic light as a manual one will be no good if you hit the water and are unconscious.
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Old 22 September 2004, 06:52   #12
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Do you not think it would be better to get an automatic light as a manual one will be no good if you hit the water and are unconscious.
Simon, now you've done it, Steve'll realise that two are needed.
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I think will put it into a pouch on my belt, so if i fall in i will allways have it there as it seems 2 hard to put it on my jacket in a good place
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