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Scuba Gear Review: Fourth Element Hydra Drysuit Review


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Kevin Gumfory
Kevin Gumfory
2 years ago

Gotta buy 180.00 shorts to have pockets on your drysuit ?! Lol. What a turd drysuit. Like buying a car with 3 tires. What a turd.

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Reply to  Kevin Gumfory
2 years ago

Not everyone wants pockets on a drysuit, weird I know (although I prefer them, hence why I dive in my Fourth Element Argonaut, or either of my Otters), but even if you do buy the shorts as well as the drysuit, the cost is still less than some other neoprene suits. Horses for courses.

Lee Houston
Lee Houston
3 years ago

Good reviews but the audio needs some work.

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Scuba Diver Magazine
Reply to  Lee Houston
3 years ago

Working on it

sameer mohideen
sameer mohideen
3 years ago

Quick Question, Has Mark ever gone “ Hey guys, It’s Mark from Simply Scuba”?

😉

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Scuba Diver Magazine
Reply to  sameer mohideen
3 years ago

Not yet!

The Dive Line
The Dive Line
3 years ago

Ah anti air migration, that is what that strap is for on those excellent looking boots, now I get it.

The Dive Line
The Dive Line
3 years ago

Give us a twirl 😂

darkburn star
darkburn star
3 years ago

Awesome Mark 🤙🏽 Fourth element Hydra. Thank You 💯

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Scuba Diver Magazine
Reply to  darkburn star
3 years ago

No problem 👍

Doug's Messy Garage
Doug's Messy Garage
3 years ago

Audio is a bit echoy but otherwise good content. One question I have, as a green Open Water diver, aren’t neoprene seals considered a bad choice on dry suits? I thought silicone or latex seals were the only way to go.

Yggdrasil42
Yggdrasil42
Reply to  Doug's Messy Garage
3 years ago

Doug’s Messy Garage They all have their pros and cons. Neoprene seals are relatively warm, which can be great in very cold water.

Doug's Messy Garage
Doug's Messy Garage
Reply to  Doug's Messy Garage
3 years ago

@Yggdrasil42 That makes sense. As I said, the ink on my instructors sign-off in my logbook is still wet so all knowledge is welcome.

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Scuba Diver Magazine
Reply to  Doug's Messy Garage
3 years ago

Everything you need to know about drysuits is in this video https://youtu.be/__Irj4kI7EM

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