Dry Suit | BVS 4.0

Neoprene Dry Suit 1549.00

The BVS dry suit is refreshingly easy to move in, requires less than weight than other neoprenes and works well in a wide range of environments.  Comfort and easy control make this suit a great value and the perfect choice for new and seasoned divers.

  • Features

    • 4 mm Microcell neoprene for maximum flexibility and warmth without bulk or excessive buoyancy
    • Adjustable smooth skin neoprene seals
    • Strong, comfortable nylon jersey material inside and out
    • Patented adjustable wrist exhaust valve
    • Patented adjustable ankle exhaust valves
    • Patented BVS inlet valve, 360º Swivel
    • Patented BVS shoulder exhaust valve, adjustable pressure, automatic dump, lowest profile in the world
    • Heat sealed seams for extra strength and comfort
    • Adjustable suspenders for extra comfort and support
    • Flexible polyurethane knee pads protect from abrasion
    • 5 mm boots, double sole for extra comfort and reliability
    • Durable YKK zipper, rear entry
    • Includes hanger, hose and zip lube
    • Available in 9 stock sizes, 6 mens, 3 ladies
    • Manufactured In Japan
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  • Microcell Neoprene

    Microcell is produced by blowing a gas, generally nitrogen, into the liquefied rubber to make a foam.  The result is is a superior  warmth and minimal fluctuation in buoyancy.

    Perfect with swim attire in temperate waters or worn with your choice of Polartech™ type under garment when diving in cooler temps.  Our test divers used expedition weight undergarment for a 3 hour exploration in 39º F/ 5º C waters of Japan's Ryusen-do caves.

  • Ankle Exhaust Valves

    Air gets trapped in suit boots.  This can be a nuisance for the experienced diver and potentially dangerous for those new to dry suit diving.  The feet up position can be a struggle to get out of.  In the auto position, Apollo's patented foot valves provide automatic relief  as needed to help prevent this problem.  Divers often discover they can also eliminate the use of cumbersome and sometimes painful ankle weights.  Cave divers will appreciate the option to turn valves off in areas where auto exhaust may not be suitable.

  • Wrist Exhaust Valve

    Extra Relief For quicker exhaust of air during ascent, the same valve used for boots is installed on left forearm of suit. Spring for wrist and ankle valves differ.  Avoid mixing during disassembly and cleaning.

  • BVS Exhaust & Inlet Valves

    • Lowest profile valves
    • Easy assembly and cleaning
    • Exhaust valve features adjustable settings, auto dump
    • Inlet Valve features large side inflater, 360º swivel for placing hose to right or left
  • Accessories

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