Bare Nex Gen Pro Dry Scuba Diving Drysuit

To buy & for more info: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-19/066953/Bare-Nex-Gen-Pro-Drysuit..html

This demonstration video discusses and shows the featutres of the Nex-Gen Pro Dry Drysuit from Bare. It is a rear entry drysuit allowing for easing donning and doffering. The Nex-GenĀ“s seams are welded making it virtually waterproof. It has latex neck and wrist seals providing a water barrier. This diving drysuit also has compression-resistant soft boots attached to it which keep your feet warmer. For durability, it has soft plate wear-resistant knee pads and shoulder pads. The Nex-Gen has a 360 degree swivel inflator valve and adjustable low profile exhaust allowing the diver to adjust them under water.

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Here I’m checking my newly made mens vintage Hydroglove smooth latex rubber 2 piece drysuit for any water leaks in my bathtub. The vintage dry suit has attached feet, gloves and a hood. The drysuit came with rubber swim trunks. I’m breathing through my Interspiro AGA mask that has a surface gill that I close at the start of the video. I’m wearing my U.S. Divers Otarie vintage black fins over my feet.

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Heavy SCUBA Diving Gear Frogwoman

Frogwoman Tatjana dressed from head to toe in her heavy Gates AM Pro vulcanized rubber drysuit and Ocean Reef Neptune full face mask and helmet.

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Wet suits are chosen on the basis of thickness, the quality of the seal, the type of neoprene and the quality of the knee pad. Buy a wet suit that is appropriate for different types of scuba diving with tips from a scuba instructor in this free video on scuba diving.

Expert: Gregg Eddy
Contact: www.flatironsscuba.com
Bio: Gregg Eddy is a certified scuba instructor who has been teaching scuba classes for over 10 years.
Filmmaker: Clay Roberts

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Communicate underwater when scuba diving by using hand signals to tell diving partners if things are OK, if you are out of air or if you’ve seen an animal. Find out the hand signals for different phrases when scuba diving using information from a scuba instructor in this free video on scuba diving.

Expert: Gregg Eddy
Contact: www.flatironsscuba.com
Bio: Gregg Eddy is a certified scuba instructor who has been teaching scuba classes for over 10 years.
Filmmaker: Clay Roberts

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