Dive Rite Line Cookie

Dive Rite Line Cookie
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Sometimes a directional marker (line arrow) is not the proper marker to leave -Dive Rite Line Cookie- Non-directional cookies mark a specific place on the line, but do not give directional information. The Dive Rite Line Cookies are preferred over line arrows for setting up traverses or circuits because they avoid the possibility of having directional markers on the line which could point away from the closest exit, which could be disastrous in an emergency. The Dive Rite Line Cookies can also offer reassurance during stressful moments. The Dive Rite Line Cookies are a must at jumps, especially jumps made from points at which no permanent marker has been installed. Placed on the outbound side of the jump, the Dive Rite Line Cookies confirm exit direction as divers return to the jump.

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