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What if we told you your dry suit could last for 20 years or more? With proper care, it can! According to SDI TDI ERDI, dry suits are designed to last for decades, even with regular use. The key is proper care. The whole point of a dry suit is not actually to keep you warm, but instead to slow the amount of body heat lost during exposure to the elements. Whether you are kayaking or deep sea diving, maintaining body heat is critical to your health. To perform properly, your dry suit has to be just that: dry.
For serious water rescue professionals, a dry suit dryer is a necessity. Most dry suits require an application of talcum powder at the wrist and neck seals for proper use. This task can only be performed with a completely dry suit. Dry suits that have been properly cared for also improve the wearer’s experience. Deep sea divers will notice they are better able to compensate for the increased pressure found at high depths and will not be over weighted, which means better buoyancy for the diver. With our fast, efficient dryers your dry suit can be ready to go with minimal downtime.
If you have made the decision to invest in a quality dry suit, its care is an integral part of making sure the suit itself lasts. Check out our selection of dry suit dryers to find one that fits your needs or contact us to learn more.
Better than expected performance. This dryer beats every other dryer on the market. Hands down! Great product, great service.
Our second dryer is working as well as the first and our gear is washed more often because of the quickness of the drying process. Looking to purchase our 3rd dryer.
This PS5 is great! We love it! In our humid climate this allows us to dry our gear and be ready at all time.
Our one piece suits are dry in hours – not days. Thank you!
I have used the gear dryer on several occasions for gear that is just “wet” to stuff that is really soaked. The best results come when the liner and shell are separated, of course; otherwise it takes about 4-6 hours for really soaked gear and less for “wet”. Boots and gloves take a lot less. ...
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