Thermalution Blue Grade Unisex Sleeveless Rashguard Waterproof Power Heated Undersuit–stay warm in wetsuit up to 2 hours for water sports or diving 50 meters (150ft).
It is the first power heated rashguard undersuit designed with the easy to use Close Proximity Sensor (CPS) temperature control system that allows diver to change temperature settings by placing the CPS panel on the wrist strap over the CPS temperature controller on the heated diving undersuit!
Unisex Sleeveless Far-infrared Waterproof Power Heated Rashguard Diving Undersuit that keeps you warm in your wetsuit. Non-metallic heating panel is positioned on the back to warm up your core area. It is powered by a compact 7.4-volt polymer lithium battery. Once the battery is fully charged, it lasts 1.5 to 2 hours. Temperature control with on/off switch and 3 temperature settings (low, medium, and high) with lights indicator. Stay warm for water sports or underwater diving down 50 meters (150 feet)!
Fully charge the battery and connect the batteries before putting it on. Normally, The undersuit is worn directly on your skin, but if you have sensitive skin, we strongly recommend you put on a layer before the undersuit with your wetsuit or drysuit (depending on the specific model) immediately outside it.
Maintenance of Thermalution Waterproof Power Heated Diving Undersuit After Use:
- Remove the battery connections once get off the water.
- Take off the undersuit from lifting the bottom of left and right side of the undersuit. Do not pull from the top of the undersuit on the back.
- After taking off the undersuit, please lay the undersuit flat to let the heating cool down. Do not bend, twist, or wrinkle the undersuit and do not put any stuff with weight on top of the undersuit during cooling period.
- Hand wash the undersuit to prevent damage to the heating module. In order to avoid salt water damaging the product, please rinse and clean the entire suit by tap water, and wipe dry the connector heads. Please have the connector covers plugged in prior to washing and storing.
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