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I just got the gloves today and tried them on and man they have such a great fit. I cant wait to try them out diving tomorrow in 65 degree water.
I got the suit this past Friday (2/16) and on Saturday I was in the water testing it out. The air was 53 degrees and the water was 62. Ive figured that Ill need about 22lbs of weight to get down with this suit. The arms are a little too long, however the wrists seals were intact. I was bobbing in the water, dunking my head and nearly fliping head over heals trying to see if the seals would allow water in and I was almost totally dry. I had a little water from my wrists to my elbows and from my ankles to just below my knees (keep in mind not much, just a little) and I had a little water leak in the zipper just enough to make a little wet spot on my swim trunks. But all in all I was totally warm, but I now know that in 62 degree water I need to ware gloves. -GREAT SUIT
Its got all of the basics. The only thing Id change is the SMB. But all in all youve got everything you need to be rescued.
This is one great little light. Its the perfect size to use as a backup light and its plenty bright to use in and out of the water.
I love the tank carrier branded by Scuba.com. Its adjustable straps keep a firm grip on tanks of all sizes. The handle is very comfortable and prevents hands from becomming sore from carrying a tank. The whole system evenly balances a tanks weight and makes carrying a breeze.