Dry Suit Guide

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Drysuits can be split into two main types; Membrane and Neoprene, the main difference being how you control your level of insulation.

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13 Comments
  1. Rezidentai tiesiogiai says

    Hi guys, worth drysuit course?

  2. Tara Screen says

    0:10 safety second running over his arm instead of under? opinions?

  3. Jon T says

    if i was wearing a drysuit when the titanic sank……..how long would i be able to survive in the 28f water?

  4. Coolchris158 says

    My wallet hurts and I haven't even spent any money…

  5. oufc29 says

    next year i will be going to do a try dive while wearing a drysuit but i do have bladder problems can any one suggest anything that i wear underneath the drysuit ?

  6. Kabir Shkeftw says

    so nice

  7. Jeffrey Bohémier says

    Latex seals are the golden standard? I THINK NOT!!! That SHOULD BE silicone seals. Sure you need a ring system, but having that ring system is highly beneficial. If you’re at the dive site and donning your drysuit, an accidental tear in one of your latex seals ends your dive. There’s simply no way that you’re going to fix it in time for the dive. But with the ring system and silicon seals, changing a torn seal takes all of 5 minutes and you’re good to go. Just have a spare neck and wrist seal put in with your “Save your dive kit” along with other essentials you bring along in case of an emergency. I use a small fishing tackle box for all those spare items. It contains a complete set of “O” rings, a spare low and high pressure hose, a fin and mask strap, extra (charged) batteries for my light, a wrist and neck seal, and the tools necessary to perform any work needed while on a dive. I also put an emergency point of contact just Incase the unthinkable happens. This little kit has saved my dive more than once. There’s nothing like having a high pressure hose blow out while on a boat in transit to a Reef in the Florida Keys. Take the time, spend a few bucks, and switch to a ring system on your drysuit. The silicon seals are robust, very comfortable, and a cinch to swap out if and when needed. And there’s no trimming required. They’re a huge improvement over both the latex and neoprene seals. Silicon seals most definitely deserve to be the GOLD STANDARD. Latex, your day has passed.

  8. P. Kucharski says

    Great video, very informative. I have learned a lot. Thank you for posting.

  9. Peter O’Brien says

    I was thinking investing in a dry suit thanks for great insight,

  10. Yggdrasil42 says

    Very useful summary. Thanks! My only feedback is to avoid repeating each "chapter's" title because that gets annoying.

  11. Tec diver says

    ممتاز جدا

  12. Ryan Nelson says

    Hi, I found a classic 1990s Moby's dry suit in storage I'm selling on eBay.

  13. RoboCNC Frees- & Graveerwerk says

    Again great to hear all the positive points on the suits ! the negative points we will search on google 😉

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