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    Female P-Valves - the She-P

    (Note: I'm posting this mainly to provide information - there is a VERY thorough and lengthy blow-by-blow discussion of people's experiences, etc., with the She-P on The Deco Stop.)

    Ladies/women/grrls/chicks who love their drysuits: you now have another option besides diapers or "holding it"!

    The "She-P" is a relatively new, uh, "device" that gives women the option of using a pee-valve, just like the guys. Let's here it for equality and staying well-hydrated - two great principles to support! Quite a few women (from 12 countries) have tried them out now and posted their experiences, and so far it's been all good. If
    you want to read more about them, these two websites have great info:
    http://web.mac.com/ljjames/homepage/She-P.html
    http://www.she-p.com/index.html

    If you are thinking giving one a try and want to ask candid questions (or live in Austin, TX and need help installing a pee-valve in your drysuit), feel free to pm me.

    Note: I'm not selling these or in any way involved in that aspect - you'll need to order one from one of the two websites.

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    18 pages of reading in the "Diving Related" section of "Women's Views" here on ScubaBoard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daz View Post
    http://www.scubaboard.com/forums/div...-our-turn.html

    18 pages of reading in the "Diving Related" section of "Women's Views" here on ScubaBoard.
    Oops - didn't see that when I searched for "she-p" and "P-valves." Thanks!

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