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Warmdry Drysuit

£625.00 RRP £725.00 SKU: 52668-1

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Seac Sub
Warmdry Drysuit

£625.00 RRP £725.00 SKU: 52668-1

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Seac Sub

Warmdry Drysuit

£625.00 RRP £725.00 In Stock

Brand: Seac Sub

Model: Warmdry Drysuit

SKU: 52668-1

The Seac Warmdry Drysuit is a 4mm compressed neoprene drysuit with a semi flexible boot, braces and a thigh pocket. High grade materials and flexible ankles make this suit extra comfortable no matter your diving style

 

4mm High Density Neoprene is a brilliant thermal insulator but weighs 50% less than any other traditional dry suit. Soft and comfortable like a wetsuit but watertight and warm as a drysuit. Low-profile cut is designed to fit very close to the body and only require a thin undersuit to give it a very streamlined / wetsuit type fit.

 

Aquastop Neoprene Wrists and glide skin neck keep you warm and dry inside this suit. And the semi-rigid boots can be turned inside-out to ease drying and improve finning technique.

 

High-Resistance Materials on key areas offer protection on shoulders, elbows, knees and the seat has grippy material to keep you in place when seated making this an excellent product for professional use as well.

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Seac Sub Warmdry Drysuit - Features

FeatureProduct Specification
Cargo Pocket(s)
?Whether cargo pockets are fitted to the drysuit, typically to the outer thigh area.
Yes
Carry Bag Supplied
?Whether a carry / storage bag is suppled with the drysuit
Yes
Dump Valve Type
?Dump valves allow a diver to vent excess air from the suit to achieve the required buoyancy.

Typically two different dump valves types are available, an automatic valve mounted to the shoulder which has adjustable sensitivity, as the air pressure builds up inside the suit the valve will open at its predetermined setting to reduce the air volume.

The other dump valve is a one way valve mounted by one of the cuff seals which is operated by raising and lowering the valve to release air as required
Auto Shoulder Dump
Hood Supplied
?Whether a dedicated hood is supplied with the dry suit
Yes
Inflator Type
?An inflator valve allows a diver the add addition air into the suit to increase the buoyancy. Two generic types of inflator valve exist.

A fixed inflator valve is installed and set at a pre-determined angle. The disadvantage is that it can not be altered if you wish to route your inflator hose a different way.

A swivel inflator eliminates this problem by allowing the inflator to swivel though 360 degree, giving far more potential for hose routing.
Swivel Inflator
Integrated Boots
?Dry suits are commonly fitted with rubber boots which in some cases are also neoprene lined to increase the thermal properties. Some suits, however, are fitted with neoprene stocks so that divers are able to choose their preferred footwear such as neoprene or laced boots.
Yes
Integrated Braces
?Whether the dry suit is fitted with or is supplied with internal braces to increase the comfort of the suit. Braces help to keep excess material up around the torso area where the extra freedom of movement is required.

Braces are more likely to be found on membrane suits that have a lot more excess material due to the nature of the membrane material.
Yes
Knee Pads
?Knee pads help to prevent against faster abrasive wear that can occur through normal use of the suit. Knee pads are typically implemented as double layer sections over the knee, rubber patches that are glues into position or an abrasion resistance finish that is applied to the knee area.
Yes
Neck Seal Material
?Seals prevent water from entering the suit and can be made from either latex or neoprene.

Latex seals are more flexible but can be easily damaged and perish over time. They can also be affected contaminants such as oil and can deteriorate if left in sunlight

Neoprene seals typically last longer but because the material is stiffer they can allow water to enter the suit as they are not able to create a seal that is as effective as latex.
Neoprene
Neoprene Thickness
?The neoprene thickness in mm if applicable
4mm
Suit Entry Type
?The suit zip is commonly installed across the back of the shoulders, but can also be found diagonally across the front of the torso.

A rear entry zip is usually easier to get on and off but does require a buddy to initially open and close the zip.

A front entry zip allows the diver to open and close the suit zip alone without the need of assistance. The zip location and cut of the suit panels can hinder donning and doffing of the suit to some degree though.
Back
Suit Material
?Membrane suits are typically made using thin materials laminated together in layers. A membrane suit by itself provides very little thermal protection against the elements so a diver is reliant upon a seperate thermal layer to maintain body temperature. Membrane dry suits typically do not stretch, so they need to be made oversized and baggy to allow flexibility at the joints and this also makes a membrane dry suits easy to put on and get off.

Neoprene suits are made from a synthetic rubber material which contains millions of air bubbles, providing far greater thermal protection without the need for a seperate thermal layer. Additional, should the suit be punctured or torn the suit will still maintain a significant amount of its thermal properties. As the suits are made from a fairly rigid material and are designed to fit reasonably close it can be more difficult to to get on and off.
Compressed Neoprene
Wrist Seal Material
?Seals prevent water from entering the suit and can be made from either latex or neoprene.

Latex seals are more flexible but can be easily damaged and perish over time. They can also be affected contaminants such as oil and can deteriorate if left in sunlight

Neoprene seals typically last longer but because the material is stiffer they can allow water to enter the suit as they are not able to create a seal that is as effective as latex.
Neoprene
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