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· Mark W
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I'm one of those people mad enough to freedive in cold water!! I've a 7mm picasso suit (which is yamamoto neoprene, so very stretchy) which is zipless and coated with an inside of gold ceramic, so it's really warm and fits really well - put it this way - I've freedived in Wastwater in December with snow on the ground and water temp of 3degC and was in the water for a good 2 or so hours, and off the North Coast of Scotland in February with a water temp of 5degC for about 4 hours.
 

· Mark W
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I'm not sure - it would definitely be warmer. I have used the picasso suit for normal diving once or twice and it was really good. It's got an in-built hood (it's a top half which you pull over and with long-john trousers).
 
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