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Salvimar Wet Drop Cell 5.5mm

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Mar 21, 2019
Good Morning Sirs!

After few weeks of research I have found a wet suite that (according to the size table) fits me dimensions very well.

It is Salvimar Wet Drop Cell 5.5mm. The price is very good. But I am curies whether we have some owner of this suit here? Looking for the info if you recommend this.

Thank you!
- Wojtulson
Salvimar is a respectable company and I don't think they do sh..y products.
One of my friend dive in this suit and i't decent quality for a good price. But not very elastic, like a medium density neoprene. And it does not compress so much under pressure, which is good for deep dives.
But if you are looking for extra comfort and a stretchier one , go for Yamamoto neoprene; Salvimar has it. It will be more expensive and not as hard wearing like the Wet Drop.
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