Seasoft Scuba’s tough DryPak keeps your clothes and towels from getting wet, but it also provides protection for sensitive electronics—including a removable padded laptop sleeve and a front pocket for keys, C-card, sunscreen and sunglasses. What makes this backpack so tough? Seasoft uses a polymer resin impregnated vinyl and RF-welded seams, a process that joins layers of fabric without stitching. The DryPak weighs in at only 2.7 pounds, so it’s perfect for packing what you need whether you’re on the boat, sightseeing, relaxing at the beach or on the plane.
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The SeaLion BC from SeaSoft comes in just four sizes. But that doesn’t mean it fits just four sizes of divers. With the SeaLion, a diver can actually keep the same-sized BC for a lifetime. For example, the extra-small SeaLion will fit a typical 10-year-old who weighs about 50 pounds, but will then adjust to fit an adult up to 180 pounds.
The RayGun High Beam from SEASOFT SCUBA weighs in at just 6.5 oz, even with its two 3-volt lithium batteries. This AMERICAN designed and manufactured featherweight dive light is a heavyweight in performance, however, delivering one of the brightest spots in ScubaLab testing. This ScubaLab Tester’s Choice is a dive torch that’s compact enough to be used as a backup, but powerful enough to be a primary light.
Seasoft’s TX3 is a lightweight neoprene drysuit that fits so snug you’d think you were wearing a wetsuit.
Seasoft’s Stealth and Sunray booties are built with a hard sole that keeps a diver’s feet from moving up and down inside the foot pocket of their fins, one of a diver’s biggest causes of cramps. The booties are manufactured just like athletic shoes with a well-designed elevated heel and arch support.
Seasoft’s frameless Visionmaster Super Mask features lenses made of H-G-G glass with Crystal ARC anti-reflective coatings that virtually eliminate glare. HGG glass and Crystal ARC coatings are found on the optics of leading riflescopes and camera lenses and allow up to 20% more light to reach your eyes.