Looking for a wetsuit that is going keep you warm whilst diving all through Melbourne’s Winter? The search is over. THIS. IS. THE. WETSUIT! Enth Degree have created a premium product in the Eminence QD Wetsuit. I have the Enth Degree Eminence QD Wetsuit in both the 5mm and 7mm thickness. I wear these wetsuits on my scuba diving adventures along with other Enth Degree products including the QD Hood, the F3 Hood and the F3 Socks.
The flexibility of the neoprene makes pulling my wetsuit on so easy and super comfortable to move in, both in and out of the water.
The thermal properties of the wetsuit are absolutely awesome. After long, 2 hour scuba dives in Melbourne’s 10 degree water, the wetsuit has insulated me from the cold so well that I’ve actually got steam coming off my body as I peel it off. This is regularly a talking point for other divers around me in the carpark as they stand in their drysuits and undergarments.
The heavy-duty rear zipper, neck closure and batwing on their own do a terrific job at preventing water intrusion, however, when combined with the QD Hood, the wetsuit achieves a seal around the neck so good, the wetsuit becomes almost a semi-dry suit. Perfect for Winter diving in Melbourne. The interior fleece Quick-Dry Thermal panels not only offer warmth, they also dry overnight, making diving repetitive days much more comfortable.
Here’s the bonus… The wetsuit also caters to us curvy or plus size girls who have boobs and a butt, offering not only a really great fit, but also an attractive garment to wear and flattering to be photographed in.
Hands down the best money I have ever spent on a wetsuit. The Enth Degree Eminence QD Wetsuit has my needs covered with whatever conditions Melbourne waters may be and keep me below the surface, doing what I love.