Scubapro Definition Dry HD Drysuit

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Scubapro Definition Dry HD Drysuit

The Definition Dry HD is a mid-range membrane drysuit made from polyurethane / butyl rubber/ polyurethane trilaminate material with seams that are stitched and double-taped for longevity.

The angled front zip should make it easy to put on and take off unassisted. Latex wrist- and neck-seals are fitted, along with semi-rigid boots. Si Tech inflation and adjustable automatic dump-valves are included and the suit is packaged with vented hood and carry bag, and is priced at £989.

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Appeared in DIVER April 2018

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