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Scubapro everdry 4. Vs SEAC Warmdry

Discussion in 'Exposure Suits' started by griffon, Mar 1, 2020.

  1. griffon

    griffon Contributor

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Scotts Valley, California, United States
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    Looking for input from anyone with experience with both 4mm crushed neoprene scuba pro everdry and the warmdry Suite.

    They seem pretty similar advertising wise... I would really appreciate some real world feedback.

    I have been diving a bare tech dry trilam fot the last 10 years but, it’s falling apart. Anywater said it was kind of doa with multiple fail points... 3rd trip replacement...and I just don’t want to put more money into it. Course the LDS wants to sell me DUI or something instead.

    I’m considering some other options, and I kind of hate rear entry, but these two do fall into my current price range (the warm dry in particular).
    I generally dive Monterey CA areas.
     
  2. Air Rick

    Air Rick New

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: ND
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    Here it is nearly a year later from your post and I have very similar questions. Did you end up making one of these your new dry suit? I’m ordering the Seac warmdry option myself... I have a friend who uses it and likes it very much. He has given me a lot of pros and cons. Biggest con is that it is heavy for travel and that it is rear entry, but otherwise he has been very pleased with it and our LDS owner actually uses one and likes it quite a bit as well. If you did purchase one what have your thoughts been? Would love to hear your recommendations.
     
  3. evandroairton

    evandroairton Instructor, Scuba

    # of Dives: I just don't log dives
    Location: Ribeirão Preto - Brazil
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    67
    Cressi desert Dry! By far the most comfy suit i've ever used, even more than my faithfull CNSE! Very well made, weights 4 kilos when dry,
    Only thing i would change is a larger pocket for tech, but nothing that my tech shorts won't solve

    Regards
     
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  4. vladodessit

    vladodessit Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Los Angeles, CA
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    100
    In the price range, get Sea Skin Nova trilam. Proper self donning drysuit. I've been diving one in California for close to 2 years now, including Tech diving for more than a year. For a bit more you can get Frogman Abyss. Or spend few more hundred bucks and even get Frogman Tech that is built like a tank and will probably protect from smaller caliber firearms In any event, I think you'll be disappointed going from trilam to neoprene.
     
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  5. Jens Brogaard

    Jens Brogaard Registered

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Denmark
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    Considering buying... what's the price and regarding comfy, are you proportional built :wink:
     
  6. scubadada

    scubadada Diver Staff Member ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 1,000 - 2,499
    Location: Philadelphia and Boynton Beach
    14,666
    11,195
    Scubalab reviewed 10 neoprene drysuits in the April issue of Scuba Diving, say what you will. The Seasoft was the tester's choice. The Cressi Desert was the best buy. the Scubapro Everdry and Seac Warmdry were included in the review. Does not appear to be available online yet.
     
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  7. Jens Brogaard

    Jens Brogaard Registered

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Denmark
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    Nice.Thx.
     
  8. evandroairton

    evandroairton Instructor, Scuba

    # of Dives: I just don't log dives
    Location: Ribeirão Preto - Brazil
    127
    67
    Here in Brazil it's costing about US$ 1500,00, but our import duties are quite high, so my guess it would be cheaper in other places.
    They don´t sell it online according to cressi website
    And i do have some abdominal protuberance (Beer might have a role on that!) but it fits well
     
  9. paddydiver

    paddydiver Registered

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: Ireland
    31
    17
    I had a seac warmdry, it wasn't warm and it wasn't very dry either. Mind you I was using it in Ireland and North of Scotland. Seriously, it was a comfortable suit but it's pretty lightweight. Easy recreational diving in water that is too cold for a wetsuit but not overly cold.
     

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