Drysuits & Undergarments

She-P: The Sea Gods' Gift to Female Divers

She-P: pee-valve for female divers
She-P: pee-valve for female divers

For many female divers, especially those in technical diving, to be able to drink all the liquid one wants and actually needs before a dive, to avoid having to take off one’s drysuit and undergarments to relieve oneself, to avoid asking the guys to look away when using the “gal bucket” on board, and not to have the last part of a dive ruined by an urge to go, is really important.

Ammonite T-Valve

Ammonite T-Valve

The valve can swivel 360 degrees allowing for a wide range of hose configurations and can be used with back-mount, side-mount and rebreather. An extra-large recessed push-button makes it easy to operate even with thick gloves or cold hands.

The coaxial E/O cable is designed with a wider copper conductor which has lower electric resistance resulting in better performance. The valve can be easily installed and removed with the supplied wrench and without the use of additional tools.

Diving Dry: A Guide to Your Next Drysuit

Are you thinking of buying a drysuit? Maybe for the first time, or is it time to buy a new one? Using a drysuit can feel a little strange to many at first, but with today’s suits, there is a large range of models to meet every requirement. Stefan Beskow offers a basic guide to drysuits and what to look for in a drysuit for your particular needs.

'90Ninety' O'Three Drysuit

Conversely if you are a northern diver, then you are probably going to pull on a Yorkshire Otter t’drysuit. There is also a neoprene / membrane split too. If you want a stonkingly good neoprene drysuit, O’Three has a much-deserved reputation, whilst Otter is the way to go for a membrane suit. Or perhaps I should say "there's now another choice", because times are a’changing. Otter also make neoprene suits whilst O’Three have just taken their first foray into membrane.

Key Features

  • High stretch rip-stop trilaminate material
  • YKK AquaSeal Zip
  • Apeks low profile Auto Dump (choice of position)
  • Apeks low profile swivel inflator
  • The choice of a neoprene or Si-Tech 'QUICK' fast replace ring system (silicone or latex compatible)
  • KUBU Dry Glove System comes as standard
  • Neoprene wrist protection cover
  • Suit can be dived with a wet or dry gloves
  • 4mm lined neoprene 'Pivot' boot c/w reinforced sole, toe and heel and built in fin lug
  • Front
AT DEMA Fourth Element stated the HALO A°R is “high performance low bulk” and their warmest undersuit to date.

Fourth Element HALO A°R Undersuit

Their initial foray was in the early noughties when the British manufacturer launched the Xerotherm. This popular two piece base layer has stood the test of time, perhaps because it is made from a lightweight, yet warm material that was originally developed for NASA. (At the time it was the lightest, warmest fabric going). Now the British manufacturer has evolved the HALO. They unveiled the A°R at the 2019 DEMA Show in Orlando with the promise that this high performance low bulk garment is their warmest undersuit to date.

Fourth Element Ellipse Dryglove System

A simple, reliable, ergonomic system, designed to provide an easy solution for dry gloves.

The ergonomic elliptical shape offers a slimmer profile whilst still allowing a larger hand to pass through.

Aligning the glove and suit rings is made easier by an intuitive key system; the gloves are attached by pressing the rings together. A robust nitrile O-ring provides a reliable seal for the gloves which will stay secured throughout the dive.

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