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On this page you'll find our best scuba diving wetsuits to get you ready for your next underwater adventure. There are several things to consider when buying a wetsuit for scuba diving. It's not just a matter of which wetsuit you ch...
Wetsuit diving
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Wetsuit diving

On this page you'll find our best scuba diving wetsuits to get you ready for your next underwater adventure. There are several things to consider when buying a wetsuit for scuba diving. It's not just a matter of which wetsuit you choose, and a lot of it has to do with temperature.

A good wetsuit for diving

The biggest challenge when diving is the cold temperatures and how they can vary the deeper you go. It's not uncommon to have a water surface temperature of 24 degrees, but just a few metres down it's 15 degrees. That temperature drops drastically the further down you go. It depends on where in the world you dive, but the actual temperature drop will be almost the same.

That's why it's important to find a good wetsuit for diving that will be able to cope with the different temperature differences and at the same time be flexible so that mobility is not hindered. In addition, it can be an advantage to find a wetsuit that is BCD-compatible. A BCD is a balancing vest that makes it easier for you to have a certain buoyancy.

In addition, a scuba diving wetsuit should also have protection around the knees, elbows and shoulders so that it doesn't get ripped open by rocks and coral reefs. It's also very comfortable to be able to rest your knees against the bottom while exploring it. This provides stability so you can focus on your discoveries in peace.

Which thickness to choose for your scuba diving wetsuit?

In short, a scuba diving wetsuit comes in different thicknesses to better retain heat. The thinnest diving wetsuit is around 3mm, while the thickest diving wetsuit is 7mm. In addition, there are various features that either make them more mobile or protect certain parts of the body.

However, the most important thing is that you can stay warm in the water, but also that you don't overheat when wearing a diving wetsuit. Therefore, a 7mm scuba diving wetsuit will not be suitable for water temperatures above 20 celsius - unless you are very cold. Conversely, most people - even experienced divers - will freeze in a 3mm wetsuit in water temperatures below 17 celsius.

Almost all wetsuits for scuba diving are made of neoprene, which consists of some form of rubber, polyester and air bubbles embedded in the fabric. This is especially advantageous when using a wetsuit for scuba diving, as it gives you more opportunities to be in different water temperatures.

In addition, the fit is also particularly important as it will ensure that your diving wetsuit fits as close to the body as possible, minimising water flow. This is because a neoprene wetsuit is not completely waterproof, but instead forms a small layer of water between your skin and the suit, which is warmed by body heat. This creates a barrier of heated water between your skin and the cold water outside your diving wetsuit.

Keep track of your wetsuit equipment for diving?

When diving, you need a lot more equipment than just a wetsuit for diving. This is especially true of a good snorkel, which is available in either a semi-dry or full-dry snorkel, each with their own unique features. Even if you're diving, it's a good idea to have a snorkel so you can conserve precious air in your tank when you're at the surface

In addition, you won't go far without a really good diving mask, as it's essential for you to get the most out of your underwater experience. There are different types that do different things, but you just need to remember to regularly treat them with anti-fog spray. This will prevent them from suddenly fogging up during a dive.

In addition, we also recommend using a good pair of diving feet if you're going into deeper water, so you get the right propulsion with a minimum of effort. If you're diving in shallower water between sharp rocks and coral reefs, we recommend a good pair of diving shoes. That way, you'll avoid cutting yourself while diving and still be able to set off from underwater rocks.

Buy your diving wetsuit here at Watery.ie

We may not have the largest selection of wetsuits for diving, but they are some of the best on the market. They're specially designed so you can find a wetsuit for diving that you can rely on. They need to be good at keeping you warm while allowing you to move around when you dive.

If you have any questions about your wetsuit or need advice and guidance, our customer service team is ready to help you. Together we will find the perfect wetsuit for your diving needs. In addition, you get a number of attractive customer benefits when you shop with us:

  • Free shipping on orders over €79
  • 3-5 days delivery
  • Our customer service is ready all weekdays from 8 AM to 10 PM.

Find your wetsuit for diving and all other accessories here on the site and get ready for your next diving trip.

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