When diving takes us below the surface for longer, colder, or deeper dives nature is bound to call at some point. For folks with male anatomy the catheter method works great, however what about people with female parts? This article covers the things you need to know to answer nature’s call underwater AND stay dry as a female.
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First things first, if you don’t know exactly what a P-valve is, it’s pretty basic. Essentially, it’s a tube that has a valve on one end that vents to the outside of your dry suit that allows liquids to pass from the inside of the suit to the outside. Want to know more about the ins and outs of P-valves and our tips to make the process go smoother? We got you.
We here at International Training pride ourselves on being a family. With that said we want to introduce you to our staff and keep you up to date on what’s going on here in South Florida at our World HQ office. First up, Product and Web Development.
If you dive in contaminated water, and most public safety divers will, then you must be aware of the procedures to be followed for decontamination, i.e., the cleaning of the diver and his gear following a dive.
Please translate in ar: Drysuit vs Wetsuit: Which One is Best for You?