This is a very nice well engineered drysuit. It is built like a tank. I tried a Whites fusion Bullet. I was exhausted getting into the Whites. The whites also was difficult to doff down to the waist between dives. The Waterproof is an utter joy to dive. A bit pricey but has all the bells and whistles included. Only con is that they are stock built. If your shoe size doesn't match Waterproof's body size you have to purchase correct size and pay labor to have installed. My advice is order boot size that would correspond to the suit size first. If it fits return and order drysuit. If it doesn't get correct boot size then send boot in to have installed on drysuit before it ships. This will save a bunch of money for not having to pay to ship drysuit back and forth several times which can add up if you insure your 3k baby. Enough money to add the dry glove system to your suit.
CADE H | 2014-04-13 00:02:56
It's all I need !
I don't go cave exploring, so I don't need a fancy 1,000 dollar light. It's perfect for everything I do here in California. No expensive custom battery packs. It takes 4C's or three 26650 batteries. Both are cheap and easy to get.
Shane | 2014-04-12 03:12:24
An amazingly bright, compact light. I'm not a night diver, but in some modest daytime wreck exploration, this is all I've needed. And it's solid as a rock. As others have noted, the "glove" is a challenge to use (attached to the split ring, the light rotated several times inside the glove before getting tight enough to turn on and off – at this point, I'd have to cut it off if I wanted to remove it). I did find that it helped to strap it to the underside of my arm and jam it against my body while turning. And DRIS proved again to me that they're the best: when I reported a minor problem with my first one, they replaced it completely without question!
John | 2014-04-11 15:25:40