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O'Three Ri 2/100 Flex Drysuit

1,075.00

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The Ri 2100 has been specifically designed with the technical divers interest being paramount throughout its evolution, Hyper compression creates an extremely dense wall of protection and ensures virtually no buoyancy change at extreme depth.

The neoprene has not been crushed, so a good degree of insulation is maintained. (Why destroy one of the best insulators ever created). The resin impregnated outer lining creates a finish that makes the Ri 2100 extremely strong and snag resistant.

Unlike other conventional outer linings to neoprene suits the Ri coating is also impervious to water. This will enable the suit to dry in minutes and will reduce wind chill considerably.

With the introduction of a flex panel in O?Three?s new Constant Compression Neoprene (ccn) and our customary careful tailoring in key areas ensure that those difficult tasks are done with ease.

The complicated manufacture of the material and the construction process makes the Ri 2100 flex technically demanding to produce. Those extra hours of production result in a dry suit of superior quality and exceptional performance.

Intelligent use of modern under suits, such as O?Three?s PBB layering system make it possible for this suit to be dived across a wide range of temperatures.

The new Ri 2-100 flex, a thoroughbred refined.
At most times of the year the Ri 2/100 will be available
"Off the Peg" and ready to dive.

The term “off the peg” can be a little misleading at times.

The key to sizing all “off the peg” suits, is correctly fitting the torso. If the shoulder to crutch measurement looks and feels good, then, within reason all diameters can be re-worked if required.

A multitude of adjustments are available through out O’Three’s entire range. Shortening of legs and or a boot change being the most common.

There are costs involved with some of the bigger alterations, which will always be quoted at the time of your order / first fitting.

When we adjust a dry suit, where ever possible, complete panels are replaced. You will not be able to see where the adjustment has been made.

Wrist and neck seal alterations are free of charge.