Drysuit Seals and Spare Parts

Drysuit Seals and Spare Parts

Why not order a set of spare seals that can be fitted yourself or make up a drysuit repair kit for those longer dive trips. If you don't fancy DIY see our "Seaskin drysuit repairs service" page.

Why not order a set of spare seals that can be fitted yourself or make up a drysuit repair kit for those longer dive trips. If you don't fancy DIY see "Drysuit Repairs" Please note the warning below.

For adhesive suitable for drysuit repairs and fitting seals see "Glues and Accessories" page.

How to fit Heat-On Latex Drysuit seals - HeatOn-SelfSeal

HeatOn-SelfSeal
If due to shipping restrictions you cannot get hold of the correct adhesive to fit your own drysuit seal replacements, why not try our HeatOn-SelfSeal system. We pre coat the seals that can then be applied to your suit using heat.
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WARNING

WARNING
Basic repairs on drysuits are relatively easy if the correct materials and tools are
used, if however the work is not carried out correctly then this may cause a failure of
the suit during use. If in doubt about any work that needs to be carried out
return the article to the supplier or manufacturer.
We recommend that the replacing of dry zips and dry boots only be done by experienced workshops or they should be returned to the factory.

It is essential when using glues and solvents that the necessary safety precautions
are followed. We recommend that you use Stormsure 2-part neoprene adhesive
for repairs, but any neoprene based glue for marine use should be suitable. Use
Dunlop T559 solvent for cleaning and thinning adhesive, alternative toluene based
solvent may be used. Repairing holes in neoprene drysuits is easier using Aquaseal
urethane repair adhesive and sealant from McNett. Make sure that you request the
Safety data sheets for these products and observe the handling, storage instructions
and warnings.
SEE Glues and Accessories

How to Adjust Drysuit Seals

How to Adjust Drysuit Seals
Video showing what can be done if your drysuit seals are too tight or loose.



Spares and Accessories

Spares and Accessories
Drysuits and undersuits go out by carrier and need to be signed for. For spares and accessories we us good old Royal Mail as we find they offer a reliable service at reasonable cost (remember postage is free to UK mainland addresses). We always use first class and try and try to make the package so it will go through a normal letter box. When sending smaller items overseas we use their airmail service which seems to work well to most countries.
FedEx Shipping on Web Orders Non UK under 2KG

FedEx Shipping on Web Orders Non UK under 2KG

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All non UK mainland spares orders under the weight of 2Kg are sent by Airmail. Over 2Kg they will automatically be sent by FedEx. If you require an order which is UNDER 2Kg to be shipped by FedEx please add this item to you cart. You will charged 1 penny but a weight of 2Kg will be added to the order weight. At checkout when your delivery address has been filled in you will be able to see how much the shipping will be.
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