ScubaLab reviewd the best drysuits for Scuba Diving

ScubaLab’s team consists of test divers, recently made evaluations on drysuits for scuba diving based on many categories. A drysuit keeps divers dry and warm, so these categories are selected to ensure the purposes of the clothes.

There are basically 13 categories to evaluate the quality of a scuba diving drysuit. They include: ease of donning, comfort and range of motion above the surface, range of motion submerged, effectiveness of seals, bouyancy control, boot security, inflator valve, exhaust valve, air movement, drag or streamlining, accessories, and ease of doffing. Through the test, there are nine models of drysuits to be considered best options for divers. In this article, we want to mention top three in the list of must-buy drysuit for divers.

Aqua Lung Fusion Bullet with Aircore

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This brand of drysuit is outstanding for features like zipper design, ease of getting in and getting out, high stretch shell, comfortability, breathability, and no restriction of motion.

Bare Aqua Trek 1 Pro Dry

It weights only 4 pounds in medium large size. Very compact in breathable fabric. Its market price is reasonable. And last but not least, it is designed to easy to control the inside air movement.

Camaro Drytec Lite 3.0

It is also a lightweight option with flexible material. Putting on the suit, you can still find it easy to move with the suit fits your body perfectly. It also contains a handy zipper key pocket and a comfortable Velcro closure front entry.

Dive Rite 901 Series Front Zip

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The new front zip provides rugged tech and cave gear. The drysuit is made in tough and flexible fabric, while it also includes a pair of comfortable and supportive boots.

DUI FLX Extreme

It is a well-made suit with long entry zipper for easy donning and doffing. Zip seal rings on FLX are soft and comfortable for movements. It is also a must-try drysuit for any scube diver.