<font color='#32CD32'>hi to you all, can someone please help me decide on a dry suit. i have no idea which one to buy but i do not want to pay through the nose for it.which is best etc etc . please help a very confused but very cold diver
<font color='#000F22'>aren't they moving in the near future so have the whole of the top floor of that warehouse (for those of you who know what I'm on about) to empty. I'm sure if this is still the case there is a very good deal to be had if you're anywhere near bradford.
The Gates PRO 1100 VSN works for me (for abt 6 years).
VG suit + VG customer support.
I think for the most part you will find that most divers are v/happy with the suit they have. This is a good advert for the suit manufacturers out there and good news for us divers (although it doesn't help you much).
You may have found it easier to ask if there were any suits you should avoid.
A few things I would add to the advice you already have is :-
Don't buy off the peg if it does not fit you properly - you will regret it.
Get a suit with proper diving boots (not the neoprene type) IMO they wear out to quick and are susceptible to damage.
Don't ask on the forum whether to go for cuff or shoulder dump - you will never make your mind up
Get the best you can afford (if not more than you can afford).
Good luck - I know I spent months reading up on drysuits and getting advice before I made a decision.
<font color='#32CD32'>OK THANKYOU TO ALL WHO HAVE HELPED OR NOT. I AM STILL CONFUSED AND WILL WAIT UNTIL THE DIVE SHOW. WHO KNOWS I MIGHT EVEN PICK UP A BARGAIN.I AM STILL U DECIDED BUT AS LONG AS I AM WARM AND I FEEL COMFORTABLE I DONT REALLY MIND WHAT I WEAR, BUT I DRAW THE LINE AT MY MISSISSES UNDERWEAR. THANKS AGAIN.SIMON