The Northern Diver Metalux 100 is a unique undersuit, insulating and reflecting a diver's heat back to the body.
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Gents Regular Fit, 5'6" / 170 cm, 64-70 kg, Hips 89-94 cm
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A drysuit alone won't keep you warm. To ensure a really comfortable dive, a good undersuit is what you need. Northern Diver has filled the cold-water and warmer-water dry suit requirements with its range of Metalux Undersuits, available in 100, 200 and 300 thermal options.
Metalux is a lightweight, high performance insulating material designed to reduce air movement and reflect thermal radiation. Metalux retains its insulative qualities when wet or compressed and the quilt construction retains thermal integrity throughout the life of the garment. Regular insulators breakdown after frequent washing. Metalux outlasts all hollow-fibre undersuit insulators.
Available exclusively from Northern Diver, Metalux undersuits are changing the way divers insulate themselves from the cold. The new metalised core of Metalux is now up to 30 percent more efficient than its predecessor (Flectalon) but retains all of the best qualities divers have come to expect.
- Reflects body heat back to the diver
- 100% breatheable
- Insulates totally
- Ultra lightweight
- Bacteria and fungus resistant
- Fleece lined
- Fleece collar
- Ultimately durable
- Elastic thumb and foot stirrups
- Pockets on the hips
- Two-way zipper
- Wrist mesh
- Mould free
- Works when wet
Warmth to suit your needs
The Northern Diver Metalux Undersuits are available in three weights, 100, 200, and 300, with 300 being the warmest by its method of maximum heat reflection and super-efficient insulation.
Staying warm underwater is all about the Art of Layers.
This image will help you to better understand how the combination of
various layers works to keep you warm:
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WARNING - It is possible to become too hot.
Choose your Melalux Undersuit carefully.
Generally, the Metalux 100 or Metalux 200 is suitable for Australian conditions. The Metalux 300 should only be used in extreme conditions.
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What the press say...
For most of my UK diving I use a compressed neoprene drysuit with a Pertex nylon undersuit. This keeps me relatively warm in water temperatures above 10oC. Below this temperature more thermal undergarments such as a fleece sweatshirt are required. When Northern Diver told me it had produced the warmest undersuit ever manufactured, I thought that it required testing. I chose the Metalux 300 (the thickest) option and dived in chilly Northumberland waters of 11oC. Donning the suit, I immediately notice a crunching sound, it is made from some kind of metallic material. The second thing I noticed was that it was warm, very warm. By the time I arrived on site I was dripping with sweat. However, as soon as I entered the water the thermal properties came into their element. After 80 minutes I was still warm, although my fingers were starting to numb. I completed two more dives that day of similar length and remained very warm throughout. Finally, taking off my drysuit, I found I was quite damp underneath (due to a slightly leaking dump valve). I hadn’t noticed this at the time, so the undersuit appeared to work while quite wet.
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