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My new wetsuit

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Apr 6, 2004
I finally purchased my wetsuit. I was wondering how they work. My john is US divers and my jacket is a seaquest predator. They are 7mm. I also got a very good deal 195$ canadian about 150$ american. It was also brand new. I was wondering how thses brands are? Warmth? durability? and if the price was right? thx for any responses.

The brand you purchased are among the leading in worlds wetsuit manufacturers.
The prices you've mentioned are VERY nice.
Being a wetsuit dealer my self I couldn't have cheaper prices in these items you bought.
BUT isn't the wetsuit a litle thick for snorkeling?
How much weights do you use with this 7mm wetsuit?
Is it comfortable underwater?
Yah its pretty thick for snorkling i dont scuba dive very often. But the water here is 50 all year so its to cold. Its a bit uncomfterable but hey thats what it takes to be warm. I am useing 21 pounds and thats alot because i only weigh 130 pounds. Im 14 lol still growing.
Well Kelliya I am imprest!
14 years old with all that weight!
Keep diving!
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