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New Lightweight Nautilus Drysuit from Typhoon

typhoon nautilus drysuit

Typhoon International, one of the world’s leading manufacturers in the diving and watersports market, has unveiled the brand new Nautilus dive suit.

The Nautilus is made in the UK from Typhoon’s new TX6 fabric, which has been refined and developed as a result of hours spent with test divers both in the UK and around the world. According to Typhoon, the new lightweight fabric offers durability without compromising on comfort, and weighing in at just over 3kg makes it a travel-friendly piece of kit for the roving cold-water diver.

The Nautilus is built using single needle construction with double hand-taped seams for dryness and longevity. It features HD latex neck and wrist seals with an adjustable warm neck collar for increased comfort.

Two high-volume dive pockets are positioned on each thigh and contain multiple internal compartments, complete with slate pockets and internal D-ring.

The YKK dry zip offers easy entry and reduces the overall weight and bulk of the drysuit, and is available with the choice of either 5mm neoprene socks, or thermic boots. Valves, inflator hose and a changing mat bag are also included. As with all Typhoon suits,  the Nautilus comes with a three-year warranty as standard.

RRP: £895 

To find the nearest stockist call a member of the Typhoon team on +44 (0)1642 486 104, or visit their website at: www.typhoon-int.co.uk

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