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What is the difference between a wet suit and a surf suit


Diving suits can not only keep warm, but also protect divers from reefs or harmful animals and plants. Normally, diving suits are not required when the water temperature is above 27 degrees; wet suits are worn below 20 degrees; the water temperature is 10 degrees. If you are below the temperature, you need to wear a dry diving suit. The diving suit is made of closed microporous rubber 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. Water temperature.
   Wetsuit:
   Waterproof performance
   The cuffs and neckline of the diving wetsuit are designed to prevent water ingress. Moreover, the stitching method of diving suits also has better handling, such as laminating.
   Thickness:
   Wetsuits are available in 3mm, 5mm, 7mm, semi-dry, etc., mainly to adapt to the temperature of different regions. Surfing suits are generally 1mm, 2mm, 3mm, and rarely thicker, because it is inconvenient to move around.
   1. Compression resistance:
   The Neoprene material of the wetsuit has a much better recovery ability after compression. Surfing suits generally do not require pressure.
   2. Design method:
   Wetsuits will have some designs that are specifically considered for the diving environment. For example, some wetsuits will have pockets, and some will enhance the abrasion resistance of certain places, such as the position of the elbow, while surfing suits will not.
   3. Color:
   Wetsuits generally don't use too many colors. Because it loses its original color when it gets into the water, it may be more ugly. Surfing suits are different. There are a lot of surfing suits designed to look great.
   Diving suit is a diving equipment, used to prevent the body temperature from losing too fast during diving, causing loss of temperature, and also to protect divers from reefs or harmful animals and plants.
   How to choose wetsuits and surfing suits
   The point of choosing a wetsuit:
   Diving suits can not only keep warm, but also protect divers from reefs or harmful animals and plants. Under normal circumstances, diving suits are not required for water temperatures above 27 degrees; wet suits are worn below 20 degrees; dry diving suits are required for water temperatures below 10 degrees.
   The diving suit is composed of closed microporous rubber 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 wetsuit, the most important thing is to fit. A wetsuit that doesn't fit will not only prevent the cold from being cold, but it will also take water when diving, which will affect your movements.
   Suggestion: The diving depth should not exceed 60 meters. Underwater temperature and pressure are affected. Even the best diving suit should be kept at this depth.
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