Yes is the sort answer.
does my op count and does that mean I have to edit it?First one to say "you will d*e if you dive with a pony" gets a red. You have been warned.
Mine was front mounted and easy to get to the pony valve but yes I see your pointOnce you have turned them on and checked then then you can turn them off if you want.... but why as in an emergency you would need to turn them back on before you could use them again not good!! and usually not easy quite often due to the position of the pony valve.
Have ammended the opPS an experienced techie would not have a pony
Most ponys are backmounted...I suppose it depends on where you have the pony. .....
OK, I'll bite................... you might die if you dive with a pony.First one to say "you will d*e if you dive with a pony" gets a red. You have been warned.
All perfectly valid points.I've had a few occaisions where my charged stages have drained to read 0 bar, air leaking out when the stage is knocked or bumped.
I'd rather breathe from a closed pony, get a breath and a half and a reminder to open the valve, than try to breath from an open pony and find it's drained when I needed it.