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New Seasoft owner with a couple of questions

Discussion in 'Seasoft Scuba' started by rhoadc, May 19, 2010.

  1. rhoadc

    rhoadc Solo Diver

    I think I scored a good deal. Managed to get a Seasoft Ti 3000 Pro drysuit for $100! Looks like one of the boots has a small seperation between the sole and the upper. I am thinking I can simply reseal it with some "ShoeGoo" as it looks pretty small.

    The suit also has dry gloves. Looks like the ziplock type seal kind. Was this a possible option from Seasoft at some point? I see it is not an option now.

    I am stoked to get the suit and see what it needs. Heck I figured even if it needs all new seals and a zipper at only $100 I am still money ahead!

    I know Ebay is always a gamble but I couldnt resist!

    Any ideas about sealing the boot with the "ShoeGoo" or is there a better product?

  2. fmerkel

    fmerkel Loggerhead Turtle

    # of Dives: 1,000 - 2,499
    Location: Salish Sea (Seattle)
    Seasoft has never provided dry gloves. You have an add on variety. I've used both OS and SiTech variety of drygloves on Seasoft.
    $100 on that model is incredible!!

    It's been a good while since you posted. Did you fix the boot?
    The boot is essentially glued on to a dry sock. Some separations are not terribly uncommon and really not a big deal as long as the sock is protected and not leaking.
    Personally I wouldn't use ShoeGoo as it is pretty permanent/nasty stuff. Hard to remove if you ever need to.
    Simply dry out well and use neoprene contact cement. Most dive stores will carry it.


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