How to choose a diving suit
Diving suits can not only keep warm, but also protect divers from reefs or harmful animals and plants. Under normal circumstances, the water temperature is above 27 degrees without wearing a wet suit; below 20 degrees, wear a wet suit; when the water temperature is below 10 degrees, we need to wear a dry suit.
The diving suit is made of neoprene and two layers of synthetic fibers. The thickness ranges from 1mm-6mm. There are a variety of colors to choose from, suitable for different regions, latitudes, and seasons.
When choosing a diving suit, the most important thing is to fit our body properly. Not only does a poorly-fitting diving suit fail to protect you from the cold, but it also affects your movements when diving.
Recommendation: The diving depth should not exceed 60 meters. When we nnder in water, the temperature and pressure would affect, even the best diving suit should be kept at this depth.