LM Drysuit Heater Adapter with Cable...

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Ulfhedinn

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This is the version that requires a hole punched in your suit. Does anyone use this version? I really would prefer to avoid more cables hanging across my chest.
 

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I have one in my backup suit. They work fine. It uses same hole punch tool (7/8") as installing a P valve. You could put it anywhere in the suit (down towards waist or inside a pocket).

Honestly I just use the combination bulkheads now because it allows me to quickly swap inflator valves between suits and I hate putting additional holes in my drysuit but other than that there is nothing wrong with the dedicated heater bulkhead.

If you install it near your zipper and you have a protective overlay zipper you can cut a small hole to tuck the excess E/O cord when you're not plugging in heat
 
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I was thinking down near the waist under the top part of the suit.
 
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