Wetsuits not only provide warmth, but also protect divers from reefs or harmful animals and plants. Under normal circumstances, when the water temperature is above 27 degrees, you do not need to wear a diving suit; when the water temperature is below 20 degrees, you need to wear a wet diving suit; when the water temperature is below 10 degrees, you need to wear a dry diving suit.
The diving wet suits is composed of closed microporous rubber and two layers of synthetic fibers, with a thickness ranging from 1mm to 6mm, and a variety of colors to choose from, suitable for different regions, latitudes, and seasons of water temperature.
When choosing a diving suit, the most important point is the fit. An ill-fitting diving suit not only cannot achieve the effect of preventing cold, but also swims in the water during diving, which affects the movement.
Recommendation: The diving depth should not exceed 60 meters, and the temperature and pressure will affect the water. Even the best diving suit should be kept at this depth.