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About O'Neill Reactor 3/2mm Men's Full Suit

Get a full dose of performance technology at an incredible-price. The Reactor series utilizes O'Neill's exclusive fluid-flex in the shoulder and sleeves. The suit is made from 30% fluid-flex and 70% fluid foam nylon 1-and-2 neoprene. Suit has a fully-adjustable super seal neck featuring a 360°-degree smooth skin interior with a chafe free unfinished edge and minimal bulk design. Krypto ergonomic knee padz for extra wear, everything you could possibly want in an entry level wetsuit.

The Reactor 3/2 mm Full Suit has YKK back zipper with pull tab leash for easy self-donning and doffing. All seams are flat-lock stitched a breathable, overlapping seam that is non-chafing and super durable for warmer conditions. Suit has ergonomic seamless under sleeve panels that allow for unrestricted motion and eliminates rash. Suit is also equipped hidden key pocket for security. The Reactor 3/2 mm Full Suit is available in multiple sizes and colors.

The O'Neill Reactor 3/2mm Men's Full Suit is commonly used for Diving and more. The O'Neill Reactor 3/2mm Men's Full Suit is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual user, Professional among others. The O'Neill Reactor 3/2mm Men's Full Suit is popular because customers like the following qualities of the O'Neill Reactor 3/2mm Men's Full Suit: Breathable, Comfortable, Dries Quickly, Durable, Easy To Put On And Off, Warm.

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This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

O'Neill Reactor 3/2mm Men's Full Suit Features

  • O'Neill Reactor 3/2mm Men's Full Suit
  • Get a Full Dose of Performance Technology
  • Fluid-Flex Foam Neoprene
  • Exclusive Fluid-Flex Material in Shoulders and Sleeves
  • Seams:
    Flat-Lock Stitched
    Overlapping Seam
    Non-Chafing & Super Durable for Warmer Conditions
  • Fully Adjustable Super Seal Neck
  • Paddle Zones: Unrestricted Motion and Eliminates Rash
  • Seamless Under-Sleeve Panel Paddle Zones
  • Krypto Padz: Ergonomic Knee Protection
  • Easy-Entry Back YKK-Zipper with Pull Tab Leash
  • Available in Multiple Colors and Sizes

O'Neill Reactor 3/2mm Men's Full Suit Customer Reviews Powered by TurnTo®

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Most Liked Positive Review


Great bargain!

Delivery was prompt. Upon receipt, a small defect was identified. Leisure Pro provided hassle free, expedited return/exchange processing. Great customer service!


Most Liked Negative Review



The suit is excellent for fit in the arms and legs. The zipper is extremely cumbersome and requires assistance from a second person to close. The fit in the chest was very restrictive (I had a hard time breathing, not good for diving). I'm sending it back.

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from 92078, CA, US

Very bad invenstment. Zipper is terrible, opens up during surfing. Material is very poor quality


Great suit for the money


from Westerville, OH, US

I chose the O'NEILL Reactor 3/2 in the LT size recommended by LeisurePro staff. I wanted an entry level suit that came in tall, and liked the large number of positive reviews on the Reactor. The suit is well-made and fits perfectly. I'm 6' 0", 180, with arms and legs longer than typical for my height. As long as I make sure the suit is well pulled up around my shoulders and neck, I do not have the zipper unzipping problem a few people have reported.


Good for surfing - not scuba


from Coral Springs, FL, US

The suit is well made and fits great (hint: sizing chart is accurate). I returned it because it is made for surfing, not scuba. You could use it for scuba, but you'll need to use more weight to balance the buoyancy. I recommend it for other water sports.


Awesome Quality and fast shipping


from Calgary, AB, CA

These are great, fast shipping, Awesome transaction.


perfect suit at an amazing price!


very timely

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Daniel M  I'm 173 cms tall, i weight 67 Kgs, chest 93.5 cms and waist 83.5 cms. Which size should I get?
SCOTT R  I'd go with medium
Andy P  Does the wetsuit prevent water from coming in?
BARRY M  Keep in mind that it is a wetsuit, so water will come in, but it fits well so any water that does come in will be mostly from around the neck. It's a great suit for the price.
STEFAN S  Yes it does
LARRY B  Wetsuits are designed to let some water in and keep it there so your body can warm it up. The proper fit is important to not let too much water flow through the suit so that you are constantly warming new water. I typically wear this suit in mid 70's water temperature or for night dives. If you are diving in colder a 5 or 7 mm suit would be a better match. To keep water from coming in, you would need a dry suit which is significantly more expensive. As mentioned before, a proper fit is key to staying warm with the wet suit. Hope this helps.
BRENDEN F  no it is not a dry suit, it is designed to get wet and hold the water which your body keeps warm
BILL W  No it is a wet suit, meaning it lets water in so that it warms between the suit and your skin.
JOHN F  No. I think you need a dry suit.
TERRY A  No. A wetsuit's job is to trap a thin layer of water between you and the ocean. Your body heats up the thin layer of water, which in turn keeps you warm because you have a barrier from the colder water. Generally a 3/2 will be sufficient to keep you warm in 70+ degree water, but if you were going colder than that, I'd reccomend a 4/3 for extra warmth.
ZACHARY S  Wetsuits do NOT prevent water from coming in. What a wetsuit does is it allows water to get between the wetsuit and your skin so you warm that portion of water to keep you warm. If you are looking to stay completely dry you would need to purchase a dry suit. A dry suit is only needed when diving in very cold water.
Andy P  Please tell me a specific dry suit I can find and buy online that will really keep water from getting into the suit and getting my body wet?
ALLEN L  No - it's mainly meant to keep you warm. Your body will still get wet. However, it's something you don't really notice.
Steve F  Should the suit fit tight to the body?
MICHAEL M  Yes, all wetsuits are designed to fit pretty snug. Ideally, they're like a "second skin" that keeps you warm
TODD G  I ordered 2 different sizes and returned both as they were way too small
CHRIS B  Mine fits tight and works fine. Just got back from Yap dive trip with water from 78F to 82F and I was never uncomfortable.
SCOTT R  Mostly, yes. It should be snug all around to prevent water from flowing in and out. You want the water to come in and stay
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