Waterproof D7X Nylotech Drysuit


Waterproof D7X Nylotech Drysuit


Swedish manufacturer Waterproof reckons it knows how to make drysuits that will allow diving through the harshest winters.

The D7X is made from Nylotech, which is stated to be highly abrasion-resistant, so well-suited for wreck-diving. Waterproof says that the close fit keeps the D7X streamlined for long swims, while a self-donning zipper provides independence.

A choice of latex or silicone seals is offered, and the product is compatible with the Ultima dry-glove system. It costs £2045.

10 March 2019



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