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The Crush wetsuit provides a greater amount of flexibility with anatomic cut, pre-bent knees, flatlock stitching and super flex stretch kneepads for ultimate range of motion, and flex stretch panels in lumbar, shoulders and under arms. The suit fits like a glove and provides the insulation needed in cold waters.

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What is the difference between a diving wetsuit and a surfing wetsuit?

nothing


What is the difference between a wetsuit for scuba diving surfing and kitesurfing?

A wetsuit for scuba diving is 10x thicker than any other wetsuits in order to conserve heat deep underwater. Surfing and kite surfing suits are generally thinner and more flexible than scuba diving wetsuits.


What is the purpose of a wetsuit and flippers?

Diving


Is skin diving and free diving the same thing?

Free diving is diving without scuba. Skin diving means diving without a wetsuit or scuba. Since you can free dive without a wetsuit they can be the same thing but they are not necessarily always the same thing.


What is the sea diving suit called?

A wetsuit, a drysuit


What sports require the use of a wetsuit?

Wetsuits can be used in a variety of sports and activities. These include; diving, deep sea diving, surfing, body surfing, windsurfing, canoeing, white water rafting, and many other water sports.


What is the equipment you will need to go diving in Antarctica?

Standard diving equipement, with the use of a drysuit instead of a wetsuit. A battery operated suit heater would be optional.


Can scuba diving ruin a tri wetsuit?

Possibly as the tri-wetsuit might not be designed to swim in salt water though I'd be surprised if salt water was harder on the suit than chlorinated water


What is the end of the pool where diving can be done called?

The Deep End or diving zone


How deep is a diving pool?

16


What is the quickest way to learn deep sea diving?

One may be able to learn deep sea diving via an intensive course at diving schools. Typically a deep sea diving course may take between 3 and 7 days with several hours, at least, spent in the open water.


What is the difference between persuit diving and deep plunging?

Pursuit diving exerts greater pressure on the seabirds while deep plunging refers to going deep in the sea in search of the seabirds.


How much does basic diving equipment cost?

Depends on the make. I got my stuff second hand, a drysuit, wetsuit, hood, BCD for £350.


What is the best way to write deep-sea diving?

An accurate way to write it is "deep-sea diving" while best is subjective and depends on the purpose.


Who invented the wetsuit?

Marcus A. Wetsuit


If you wear a thinner wetsuit while diving will it reduce your boyancy and can you wear less weights?

Yes. The thickness of the wetsuit most certainly factors into your buoyancy. Less neoprene equates to less lead. Cold water divers learn this quickly when vacationing south.


How do you become a deep sea diver?

To become a deep sea diver, diving equipment needs to be purchase. Enrolling in a good diving school program is also recommended forÊbecoming a deep sea diver.


What has the author Kurt Svrcula written?

Kurt Svrcula has written: 'Diving in Malaysia' -- subject(s): Deep diving, Guidebooks, Scuba diving, Skin diving


Which alteration of consciousness during deep sea diving is knows as?

Nitrogen Narcosis (martini Effect) also known as ruptures in deep sea diving.


What are the dangers of pearl diving?

Dangers of pearl diving include drowning due to deep water blackout, decompression sickness, hypothermia, and dangerous creatures and environmental risks. Because of the deep distances that pearl divers go, deep water blackout is the cause of most pearl diving deaths.


What animal is the best at deep sea diving?

a walrus


What has the author Diana Williams written?

Diana Williams has written: 'Diving and snorkeling guide to Cuba' -- subject(s): Guidebooks, Deep diving, Scuba diving, Skin diving


What information does diving give?

Diving, especially deep diving, can aid discovery of new life forms and the hostile environments they survive in. Plus exploration is part of our nature.


Is an HO Shorty Neoprene wetsuit suitable for scuba diving?

Of course, you can wear a shorty, a full-length or even a body suit or bathing suit for diving. Just make sure it keeps you warm/cool enough and protects you from uncomfortable rubbing of your gear. It does matter where you are, though. In cold water, such as the North Sea, a dry suit is much more advisable. Your wetsuit would be fine for more comfortable climes.


What do you wear under a wetsuit?

A bathing suit for starters, a rash guard, or most surfers wear nothing under. A common additional item to wear under a wetsuit is a one piece lycra suit. The benefits of this are that it makes the wetsuit easier to put on and off, and the lycra doesn't compress. For instance someone diving a 5mm farmer john (2 piece) wetsuit and a 2mm lycra dives deep enough that the wetsuit has compressed to half its original thickness. This diver now has 2.5mm of wetsuit covering their legs and arms, 5mm covering their core (chest, stomach.) Now when you add the 2mm from the lycra which hasn't compressed there is actually 4.5mm on the legs/arm and 7mm over the core area. A diver in a 7mm farmer john at the same depth is left with 3.5mm on the legs/arms and 7mm over the core. If you double the depth at this point the 5mm and the lycra gain a lead over the thicker wetsuit. The free aditional benefit to this item is that you may be able to get rid of some extra weight as you can use a thinner wetsuit which will require less weight to get you under.

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