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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian_6301 View Post
    Santi E-lite...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BluDL View Post
    msf 500 5mm bomb proof. just wear pants
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian_6301 View Post
    Santi E-lite...
    Very nice but I'd be pushing the boat out spending 1k let alone 1.7k!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrecked_Diver View Post
    ??!


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    Your original post implies that O3 only produce two suits.
    They don't.
    There's also the MSF500 and the Port10.

    These are thicker neoprene suits. The post about the MSF500 is saying that its warm enough to not need an undersuit...
    Not a "Technical Diver"....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackdiver View Post
    Your original post implies that O3 only produce two suits.
    They don't.
    There's also the MSF500 and the Port10.

    These are thicker neoprene suits. The post about the MSF500 is saying that its warm enough to not need an undersuit...
    Ah got ya! From the sound of it could probably go commando!


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    I use the Ri2-100. I've had it for about 2 years. It has never leaked. Their range of undersuits has kept me warm in all seasons.

    I found their off the peg made to fit service exceptional.

    I thought about the 1-100 but I could not justify the extra expense.

    They even fitted the extra pocket where I wanted at no extra cost.

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    I am in the market for a new suit. Been using membrane since first getting a drysuit, Typhoon then Oceanic then Seaskin. Now looking at getting an O'Three.

    All the advice I received so far is to get the
    CCN 1-100.

    I am going tonthe Birmingham show and was originally planning on getting measured there for it but now thinking of ordering it before then and trying to get the first or final fitting done at the show.

    Interested in any views.

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    I looked and tried quite a few. Including the Othrees above.
    They don't really like, but will make front entry.
    After trying them, the Fourth Element (Ursuit) and the Apeks and also having owned Polar Bear (3), DUI (2) and an Azdry, I ended up with an Otter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulo View Post
    I am in the market for a new suit. Been using membrane since first getting a drysuit, Typhoon then Oceanic then Seaskin. Now looking at getting an O'Three.

    All the advice I received so far is to get the
    CCN 1-100.

    I am going tonthe Birmingham show and was originally planning on getting measured there for it but now thinking of ordering it before then and trying to get the first or final fitting done at the show.

    Interested in any views.

    Regards
    I went for the 2-100 in the end and I must say, it's much warmer than my trilam. Apart from it being a tad thicker than the 1-100 I can't really tell the difference.

    They sent me a suit, I tried it on and then we discussed where it felt tight. I took some photos and they altered the off the peg size.

    I wasn't sure how it was going to turn out but I have to say it's a really good fit! Really good quality, I think it will last an age.


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    They can be very busy at the show.
    I'd only go for a fitting there if you can't make it to Portland for a much more relaxed and unhurried fitting.
    But definitly have a fitting!
    Not a "Technical Diver"....


 
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