what are the limits on cold water temp for this suit?
TIM B Very good cold water suit.
I use it commercially and have used it under 30" of Ice on a dam project for an hour long dive and it was great.
Thought it is a capeable suit you must also use a very good undergarment l
THOMAS N I have dove in 17 deg./ with extreme poller ware for over an hour at a time / with 1/2 hour out, to get head and hand's warm for 8 hr. shift's not a prob. but it is all up to the individual diver. GREAT SUIT !!!! cold water , hood, gloves, but most of all , get a ice regulator " not a cold water reg., but an ICE reg."
- Tom -
JOHN D We use the Bare D-6 Pro Drysuit up here in Maine in the winter. We use the suit for urchin and scallop diving. We can get in 4 to 5 tanks in about 40 feet of water. The temperature of the ocean is about 36 degrees. A couple layers of sweat pants and shirts should be enough under the suit. Good Drysuit. Sincerely, John Daley MSDT PADI
CHARLES K Jason, the Bare drysuit is very Comfortable ,Depending on what kind of diving your going to do whether it pleasure or commercial the suit is comfortable up to 55 degrees without undergarment .if you are wearing undergarment if you are moving constantly you can sustain at least 45 degrees maybe a little lower .of course i've been trained be the best in the busyness navy seay seals if want a really good cold weather recreation suit get axcd2 tech with undergarment, i have never got cot in it and i have dove in some of the coldest waters on earth.So i guess if you are not an extreme diver the Bare d-6 pro is sufficient enough as long as you are cautious and get undergarments just to keep safe, which in diving you should better safe than sorry. YOUR DIVE BUDDY CHARLES KELLER Be happy to answer any questions just call 503-206-1539 .Your BARE Equipment lover.
ROBERT G I've worn this suit in 38 degree water. With a nice set of thermals and socks I was plenty comfortable.
HENRI M Was diving at 2 C water without a problem with a thinsulate under.