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Andy's Drysuits

Discussion in 'Exposure Suits' started by FiremanIRFD, Mar 9, 2013.

  1. FiremanIRFD

    FiremanIRFD Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Iron Ridge, Wisconsin, United States
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    I know there have not been made in a few years, but what are your thoughts on using as a beginner suit.

    Going to look at this one tomorrow.
    ANDY'S DRY SUIT

    Wondering what type of construction it is, information seems scarce these days.
     
  2. waynne fowler

    waynne fowler Instructor, Scuba

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    andies made descent suits. 400 is IMHO a bit tall for something as old as it is especially if it needs new seals. says the wrist seals haven't been cut but that does not speak to what kind of shape they are in nor does that mean they will fit the intended users wrists. We are not in the "same market" as I am in the Pacfic Northwest so 400 may be a great price for your area, I truly have no idea about that. But here I think thats a 200ish dollar suit maybe 250ish with an 'alright' undergarment
     
  3. FiremanIRFD

    FiremanIRFD Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Iron Ridge, Wisconsin, United States
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    It has been floating around CL for about a month so I think I can get it down lower.
     

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