For Sale Bare Tri-Lam Front Zip

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Pearldiver07

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York, PA Area.
  • $500 if local sale, meeting within 50 miles of York, PA
  • $550 shipped.
  • Venmo, Paypal or Cash.
Size Men’s Large (me-5’10” and 185lbs).
More photos upon request.
  • Neoprene Neck Seal & Latex Wrist Seals
  • 5-ish dives, fresh water only
  • All in excellent condition, but hasn't been used in 5 years (medical, now permanent)
  • Stored well, properly folded for entire time.
  • Valves (inflation & dump) work, but I suggest test before open water use
  • Included:
    • Dry Suit 1 pocket
    • Rock Boots (Size 11) & Bag
    • Fleece Liner & booties
      • Ankle & thumb hoops
      • Dual Zippers
    • Bare Suspenders (new - not installed)
    • Dry Suit Hood
    • 5mm Gloves
    • Zipper care kit (Wax & zipper brush)
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mlavigne

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do you have any pictures of the seals?
Is the latex in good shape and not stuck to itself?
Did you have to trim the neck or wrist seals (and what is the dimension of the openings now)? I have smaller wrists and have had issues with drysuit seals before being stretched/trimmed to large.
 
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Pearldiver07

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I haven’t trimmed the wrist seals. I’ll add pics when I get home. I’ll try to see if I can short videos too. Please note the neck is a neoprene seal which I prefer, as it’s a very tight seal (you roll it down inverted to put proper side to skin). If it’s too tight, you can put it over a cylinder for a few minutes and it adjusts nicely.
 
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Pearldiver07

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I'm providing close ups of the wrist and neck seals. I put a tape measure next to them to give you scale.

Unfortunately, we can't upload videos.
 

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