Thinking of a new dry suit - anyone used No Gravity suits?

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doctormike

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So my 10 year old Santi elite is getting to be pretty high maintenance. I dive it fairly hard on NYC are wrecks, and have been chasing a few holes here and there, which I have patched (some myself, some by pros) with varying success. Zipper replaced by Steve Gamble about 2 years ago. But I think that it's getting close to the end (internal pockets fused, boots cracking, etc...

I was thinking of treating myself to a new suit - I hear that turnaround is about 3 months for Santi and Bare (the other one I was looking at). I was chatting with the very helpful person at DRIS and they recommended this one:

Professional - Drysuits :: No GRAVITY - diving clothing and accessories of the highest quality.

They claimed better workmanship and fit than Santi, turn around time of about 3 weeks, and lots of happy customers.

Anyone have any experience with these suits?

Thanks!
 

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