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For Sale Drysuit - $180 - Bare XCD2 2mm crushed neoprene drysuit

Discussion in 'Classifieds: Exposure Suits' started by Ulfhedinn, Jun 1, 2015.

  1. Ulfhedinn

    Ulfhedinn Divemaster Candidate

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    Purchased this from Rainer as a backup suit but in the end my shoulders are too big otherwise fits like a champ. (And my wife will be happy too :depressed:) So its back on the market!! One thing about this suit is its built like a tank.

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    Bare XCD2 2mm crushed neoprene drysuit (no buoyancy change with depth), with some nice extras. Comes with a neoprene neck seal, includes a Halcyon Streamline balanced p-valve (alone $190), Kevlar knee pads, Si-Tech valves, suspenders, and two bellows pockets (Left: Bare, Right: Halcyon Exploration).

    Size Medium-Large. Should fit anyone 5'10-6'2, 160-200# as long as you don't have overly muscular shoulders.

    Zipper needs to be replaced. You can get a brand new Tizip for $90 shipped: TIZIP Masterseal Drysuit Zipper - Dive Right in Scuba

    Wrist seals also need to be replaced ($25): DRIS Dive Gear Drysuit Latex Bottle Wrist Seals (pair) | Dive Right In Scuba - Plainfield, IL - Dive Right in Scuba.

    Otherwise, the suit is in good condition (it was leak-free before the seals and zipper went).

    Price: $180 "FIRM" to your door in the US thru paypal.

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    Link to original sale post

    http://www.scubaboard.com/forums/redirect-to/?redirect=http%3A%2F%2F2sb.us%2F505933
     
  2. Ulfhedinn

    Ulfhedinn Divemaster Candidate

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  3. Ulfhedinn

    Ulfhedinn Divemaster Candidate

    # of Dives: I just don't log dives
    Location: So CAL
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    If you decide to do the repairs yourself I can provide links to all the information I have tracked down.
     
  4. northernone

    northernone Great White Rest in Peace

    # of Dives: 1,000 - 2,499
    Location: Currently: Cozumel, from Canada
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    Good day. In the Montreal Quebec area. New to dry suits, the price is attractive and the right built. Bluntly do the couple of repairs indicate a suit at the end of its life or might I get a few years out of it after fixing the issues you mentioned. Thanks, Cameron

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  5. Ulfhedinn

    Ulfhedinn Divemaster Candidate

    # of Dives: I just don't log dives
    Location: So CAL
    468
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    If this wasn't a crushed neoprene drysuit then I might say that its at the end of its life but this suit is built pretty darn tough.


    The wrists are cake to fix and I was going to install the Sitech
    Oval Permanent Wrist System because for me it just makes sense. Si Tech Oval Permanent Wrist System | Dive Right In Scuba - Plainfield, IL - Dive Right in Scuba


    The zipper was Rainers fault. Bad choice on his part and it cost him resale value.

    Anyone who has this suit or similar is welcome to chime in. Like I said this suit feels and looks bulletproof otherwise. I don't see why this suit wont last quite a few more years.
     
  6. northernone

    northernone Great White Rest in Peace

    # of Dives: 1,000 - 2,499
    Location: Currently: Cozumel, from Canada
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    Good to hear it. Thanks. Perhaps this is my solution for Canadian waters.

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    ---------- Post added June 4th, 2015 at 03:47 AM ----------

    Would you be flexible on the price, so that combined with shipping and the repairs it won't be beyond local used prices? As far as forum etiquette should this be in private message?

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