Tech Dive Team
2008 Tech Dives
DRYSUIT DRY GLOVES
DUI Dry5 Wrist Seal Glove System
The Dry5 glove systems are built around a dip-molded shell with an
integrated thermal liner. The shell provides abrasion resistance, and its matte finish
provides good grip and dexterity. The Dry5 Wrist Seal is equipped with a latex wrist seal.
This allows the glove to be used in a variety of applications: diving with wetsuits or
drysuits, sail boarding, paddling, etc....
Features: Latex wrist seals, integrated thermal liner
Sizes: S/M, L, XL
DUI SI-5 Dry Glove System
If you dive in cold water on a regular basis, you know how cold your hands can get.
At low temperatures, it can be difficult to operate camera controls or even clip a snap
hook for a lift bag on a line. When your hands are cold and numb, your safety is
To beat the
cold, try DUI's new glove system, the SI-5. If you want warm, comfortable hands it's the
way to go.
Eliminates wrist seals.
Allows unrestricted blood flow to the hands.
Gloves can be replaced with standard wrist seals (wrist seals additional cost).
Allows quick in-field change of gloves or wrist seals.
Allows variable insulation under the dry glove.
Allows air to go directly into the glove from the suit.
Easily donned and removed.
Includes wrist strap so glove doesn't shift around on the hand.
All parts replaceable separately.
- Rings installed on CF200 Series drysuit
- 1 pair Dry5 gloves with straps
Sizes: M, L, XL
- 2 pair glove liners
SI-5 Replacement Gloves
Size: M, L, XL
SI-5 Replacement Glove Liners
Size: M, L, XL
Concepts WRIST SEAL DRY GLOVE
The first thing most new drysuit divers notice about diving dry is the incredible warmth
they feel when diving as compared to diving in a wetsuit. The second thing most new
drysuit divers notice is "my hands are cold!". This is due to the high surface
area to volume ratio of your hands and the fact that adaptive vasoconstriction in less important organs
sacrifice warming blood flow to the limbs to maintain core body temperature. Loss of
manual dexterity due to cold hands can be very dangerous as well as uncomfortable.
Maintaining warmth and dexterity in your hands is vital in allowing you to operate your
SCUBA gear and ensure that your dive will be both safe and enjoyable.
Diving Concepts paves the way with more cutting
edge scuba technology by offering an array of dry
glove systems, replaceable latex wrist ring systems and
our newest dry glove ring system that turns every diver's head.
WRIST SEAL DRY GLOVE SYSTEM
The wrist seal dry glove system can be used on any type of drysuit
or wetsuit. The dry glove has a latex wrist seal that ensures good sealing onto your
hand and the seal can be trimmed to fit. Also, this glove has a build-in-fleece
liner that will keep you warm. These gloves are available in sizes 8, 9 and 10 which
corresponds to the diameter around the outstretched palm of your hand (e.g. 8",
9" and 10").
Concepts LATEX WRIST RING
The latex wrist ring system can be combined with
our new dry glove system to allow you to have the versatility between diving with and
without a dry glove combination as well as allowing you to replace a damaged latex wrist
seal within minutes. This arrangement allows you
the versatility of
wearing latex wrist seals or dry gloves and then removing either of these quickly on the
surface. The latex wrist ring system and components are shown to the left.
Concepts Dry Glove With Wrist
Our newest design is the dry glove system shown in Figures 6-9
which allows divers to connect and disconnect the dry glove from the drysuit very easily.
wrist ring system and the dry glove system are equipped with a wrist seal protector which
protects the seal or dry glove and can be easily peeled away to allow your connect or
disconnect your seals or dry glove to the suit ring. This dry glove system is a must
for any drysuit diver.