Original Equipment Manufacturer,
means we do not have our own "brand"only make
for other people's brands.
is a dry suit?
that a suit is the correct fit and well maintained,
a dry suit keeps you completely dry while underwater.
require a minimum order of twenty suits in any one style.
designs the suit?
tell use your requirements and we will suggest the best
do Aqualand make for?
some of the largest diving companies in the world, navies,
special forces, fire/rescue services, oil companies
and many others.
you have your logo on the suits?
We can screen print or embroider your brand onto any
of our products.
guarantee/warranties do Aqualand offer?
suit leave the factory having been rigorously tested.
We guarantee our suits for one year against any manufacturing
are suits serviced or repaired?
can be returned to us or we can provide all of the information
and spares for you or your customer to do most repairs.
are best membrane or neoprene suits?
simple answer! Membrane suits have no insulating properties
themselves so must be worn with other clothing. However,
they tend to be the more comfortable to wear for long
periods than neoprene suits.
or non breathable suits?
are more comfortable out of the water but do not perform
well at depths.
or hand-taped seams?
is more expensive and less flexible, but is much more
reliable and durable.
does Aqualand seal neoprene seams with urethane?
can make seams dry without it but urethane gives amazing
long term strength and durability.
are there different thickness and grades of neoprene?
the surface, thicker neoprene is warmer but as you descend,
a 3mm compressed suit offers the same insulation as
a 7mm conventional suit but with greater flexibility.
is the difference between latex and neoprene seals?
seal are warmer, slightly more comfortable an durable,
latex seals are easier to put on, give a more watertight
seal and are easier to replace.
do we fit different types of boots?
sox and ankle seals are a vary important consideration
when specifying a suit and should be matched with the
do we not produce a suit using PU/PVC coated fabric?
have not yet found a PU or PVC coated fabric which passes
our long term use test, although it is possible to use
them to make a "cheap" suit.