1.Care :
          Hotwave uses the highest quality neoprene and Lycra material. To keep the color and resilience of your new wetsuit or other garment in top condition, we recommend you rinse in fresh water after each dive and air-dry it inside-out and out of direct sunlight. Do not expose your suit to heat, never put it in a clothes dryer. After your dive trip is over, or before storing the suit for an extended time, wash in a delicate hand –laundry detergent, then rinse thoroughly. Hang your suit on a wide-shouldered hanger to avoid permanent creases in the neoprene.
do not use Bleach
do not Iron
do not Tumble Dry
do not Dry Clean
hand Wash
cool drip dry
store away from Direct Sunlight.
 
2.Wetsuit for Women Diver :
          Physiological studies have proven that women do not perspire as much as men, and hence their bodies do not cool as fast as men. This means the woman diver will be feeling too hot while suiting up, and too warm upon entering the water. However they lose heat faster during the dive, and feel much colder towards the end of the dive. The suit they wear, therefore, should provide sufficient warmth and protection without compromising flexibility and comfort. One recommendation is to purchase the various components of a wetsuit separately, eg. a dive skin, jacket farmer john, hood etc. In this way, you can combine the components according to the dive plan, the environment and your specific needs. The selection of wetsuit also holds particular importance for women aesthetically. Like clothing, a suit’s colour, cut and design matters much in the selection process. As such, our service has our own range of suits for the active female, ranging dive skin to 7mm.wetsuit.
 
3.Selection Wetsuit :
Wetsuit offer thermal protection from the cooling effect of water as well as providing a shield from stings, scrapes and sharp edges divers are certain to encounter. Fit and temperature suitability are the main considerations in selecting a wetsuit; gDiving in a tropical zone, you may require between a lycra suit or a 0.5 mm. neoprene wetsuit. For moderate temperatures (or 22-27 C.), a 5 mm. would be more comfortable, while a 7 mm. would best be suited for even cooler temperatures. If you are inclined to chill easily in warm water, look for layered suits such as the “ Farmer John” When checking for fit, you want it snug but not constricting. At depth it will be even more restrictive. A good fit in the crotch, armpits and around the neck ensure that cold water will not collect and lower your comfort level. For ease in donning your wetsuit, look for strong, wide zippers on the ankles and wrists, or even “ Silverskin” interiors. Check for flat, smooth seams that won’t cause irritation or abrasion during diving.

Designs now aim for the closest possible fit to the body. The material is as thin as possible for the conditions in which the suit will be used, with physical protection provided by local extra padding, e.g. at the knees and elbows. The result is very flexible suits with efficient retention of heat.

 
The chart below gives a broad guide to thickness for different water-temperatures.
The final fit and function of your suit is greatly dependent on accurate patterning and cutting. Whether cutting a single custom suit or a production run of neoprene wetsuits, this critical step in creating our products is performed to highly exacting tolerances by the most skilled cutters. Over one hundred and twenty collective man-years of experience in our cutting department ensures an accurate fit every time.