I plan on using this at Grand Caymen Insland is this going to keep me warm? also in my swimming pool in Fl.?
This suit is a little bit thicker than a dive skin. I dont chill easily, so this is something that I would wear in water temps over 76 degrees-Grand Cayman and Florida from spring-fall. I love the suit; it is generously cut through the chest and shoulders and very easy to put on.
It depends on the time of year and how tolerant you are to cooler water. This is perfect for summer water temps in the caribbean, but probably not winter.
I used this jumpsuit when I went snorkelling in Belize in March a few years ago and it was great. The water was fairly warm and it was sunny so I was comfortable, but I don't know how good it would be in Florida if the weather and water temperatures were colder. I have a much thicker weatsuit that I use for windsurfing in New Jersey where the water is cooler, but it isn't as flexible and would probably be cumbersome for swimming. So, this 1mm suit would probably work for swimming laps in Florida.
I would see no problem wearing it in a swimming pool in FL (you might be too warm). This would not nearly be enough for me to wear in Grand Cayman. Even in tropical waters, I need a 5m suit to be comfortable. When I wore this suit in the Caymans, it was June and I had a 2m vest over it and was still cold. I ended up renting a 5m suit. The suit fits well but I get cold easily.
Should be perfect for Caymans. Fit is excellent and that makes a big difference in comfort and warmth is right on the money.
I would not count on a 1 mm to keep you totally warm. It is good protection and I wear it under a thicker wetsuit to add warmth when I need it.
I bought to wear in CZM in June. No issues with keeping warm but will depend on your water temps. Liked the suit for the purose I use, i.e,. just a cover up to keep from bumping into something I might not like.