So then EVERY diver on the planet is wearing thinsulate..

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Posted by Cabo on September 05, 2001 at 00:52:36:

In Reply to: Re: HAd to say... posted by Steve on September 04, 2001 at 18:04:20:

and there are no other undergarments available right? And what if the suit rips at the neck or upper back? No air pockets, unless you choose to finish the dive inverted.
That one example ripped the front and it seems to have flooded only chest and arm areas. Please make allowances for ALL situations not just one fantasy scenario.
If the Drysuit is so darn buoyant, even wet, then what's up with redundant bouyancy, eh?
Please, mere logic tell us that water weighs more than air and when some air is replaced (maybe not all) there IS a negative gain.
You react as if I suggested that he and you throw all your gear away and dive naked!
I only suggested that an Aluminum BP instead of stainless would allow some releif from his concerns on that particular dive with NO other changes. Do you not think it better than putting the 30# belt on? Or are you trying to assassinate the lad?
No need to jump at being anti everything logical pal.

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