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About Bare Pair of Latex Wrist Seals - Conical, Black

If you're tired of replacing your wrist seals once they have worn out this kit will make the task much easier from now on. No more extensive cleaning to prepare the surfaces for re-gluing seals, no more mess with the cement all over your fingers once you installed these Cuff-rings replacement of seals is as easy as opening and closing a zip-lock bag. The Kit uses the same concept design of a zip-lock bag to capture the Latex Wrist Seals save yourself lots of time and lessen your frustration when seals need changing. The Trilaminate Cuff-Ring System is a retro-fit system for all BARE dry suits that allows for instant replacement of wrist seals.

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0.3 lb
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Great product

By Ohmdiver

from Auburn NY

About Me Advanced Diver, Shop nair-do-well

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  • Perfect fit
  • Perfect replacements


  • Didn't put themselves on

Best Uses

  • Cold Water
  • Recreation

Comments about Bare Pair of Latex Wrist Seals - Conical, Black:

I was able to save a lot of $$$$$.One wrist seal replaced 3 years ago cost me [$]I was able to buy two, replace them, and it looks better than a professional replacement for 1/4 of the price to get two done. I am thrilled.

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Meghan L  Can these latex seals be adapted to a neoprene drysuit that originally has neoprene seals?
PHILLIP H  Yes, latex seals can be place or added to a neoprene suit, Prep is the key, remove old seal as close as as possible to the neoprene taking care not to cut the neoprene. check fit and postion of new seal to cuff / colar location,. use bleach bottle or other device to support shape of neoprene at seal and provide for some type of pressure clamp around new glued seal. follow the recomendations on your choice of neoprene glue and let set for a min of 24 hours before removing pressure clamps. There are a number of refrenaces online and books to illistrate the method. take your time to research along with making the repair as well. if in in question take it to a dive professional to make the repairs.
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