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Waterproof Silicone Wrist Seals (Pair) - ISS



Pair of Waterproof ISS (Interchangeable Silicone Seal) System for wrists.

Bye, bye Latex! We are pleased to announce the new arrival of the revolutionary silicone seal system for dry suits.

Compatible with the most commonly available drysuit wrist and neck ring systems, divers now have the opportunity to upgrade the most troublesome and costly pieces of dry suit equipment - the latex seal. Waterproof's new revolutionary neck and wrist seals far exceed current latex products and will most likely become the standard for all dry suit divers.

Waterproof Silicone Wrist Seal Features:

  • Hypoallergenic medical grade silicone
  • 40% more stretch than latex seals
  • Extremely durable - UV, Ozone and Chemical resistance
  • Superior Tear Resistance
  • Enhanced comfort
  • Ease of Donning/Doffing - no talc or powder required
  • Easy replacement as required
  • Compatible with SI TECH and other ring systems currently on the market

This product is a pair of replacement seals only. The installation kit is NOT included.

This product should be fitted by an authorised installer. See Wetsuit and Drysuit Repairs.

Friendly advice regarding the usage of Silicone Seals from Waterproof

Waterproof's Silicone Seals are revolutionising drysuit diving. They have superior resistance against heat, ozone, sun, aging and chemicals, but still require care.

Yes, they stretch more than latex, and it is fun to show friends how amazing they are, BUT all material has a limit when it can rip or tear — so can your Silicone Seals. Just because you can stretch them does not mean you should. You only have to stretch it over your head, or hand, no need to include your whole family.

The Silicone Seals do well on abrasion tests but can be damaged when impacted or when the seals come in contact with sharp edges. Please be careful with nails, rings, earrings and other sharp objects. Also, take care to avoid dropping lead weights or tanks on them and avoid stepping on the seals.

Ripped Seals
Issues with ripped seals can appear due to sharp edges on the ring systems. This is mostly related to worn-out rings or carelessly polished moulds. Please be sure that the ring systems you use to mount the seals have smooth edges, if not, sand and polish the edges for your own benefit.

Trimming Seals
Make sure you use sharp scissors. The easiest way to achieve an even trim line is to make long cuts with the scissors. Rounded waves on the edge are OK, however, the "knicks" or "jagged" edges should be avoided. A cut in the edge will cause the Silicone Seal to rip easily.

Drop Ship
This is not a regularly stocked item in our Rye dive shop. It will be ordered for you from the manufacturer upon request and typically shipped directly from them to you the same day thus resulting in no delay in delivery.

Note: This item cannot be delivered outside of Australia.

(02/20 LRB)

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