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SF Tech SARL

Rte du Verney 18, 1070 Puidoux
Switzerland
Telephone +41 21 9462988
info@sftech.ch

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Our range of products

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  • 08  Diving
  • 08.01  Diving Gear
  • 08.01.04  Diving Suits / Jackets

Our products

Product category: Diving Suits / Jackets

SF Tech Neoprene Classic

The SF Tech Neoprene Classic is the perfect drysuit for recreational or technical divers seeking warmth in cold water, without compromising mobility. Made of the best neoprene on the market, the suit is warm, extremely flexible and grants excellent freedom of movement.

The core of the material is made of 2mm hyper-compress Yamamoto neoprene, a dense closed-cell foam keeping it’s density even at great depth. Aramid fiber reinforcements are provided on arms, chest, back as well as the knees and crotch area. The rest of the suit is made of Supratex®, a strong nylon and polyester fabric.

Used in cold water of Antartica or caves in Flordia, the SF Tech Neoprene Classic is an extremely versatile drysuit. The warmth provided by the layer of neoprene allows the diver the reduce the undergarments necessary for a dive.

As standard, the SF Tech Neoprene Classic comes with a front entry zipper and telescopic torso allowing the diver the to be self-sufficient in the donning and doffing process. The fold of the suit is held in place by a crotch strap.

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Product category: Diving Suits / Jackets

SF Tech TNT Classic

The SF Tech TNT Classic is an hybrid suit made of our revolutionary TNT material and a high quality Nylon RipStop trilaminate. A versatile suit for recreational and technical divers, in both cold and tempered water. With its heavy duty reinforcements, the TNT Classic is suited for open water divers as well as cave or wreck divers.

The TNT and trilaminate material are lightweight and flexible, and the fitted cut provides excellent freedom of movement. The front-zipper entry as well as the telescopic torso allow the diver to be self-sufficient in the donning and doffing process.

Aramid fiber reinforcement are provided on arms, chest, back as well as the knees and crotch area. The rest of the suit is made of Nylon RipStop, a material commonly used for the manufacture of technical products with high stresses, such as paraglider or boat sails.

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Product category: Diving Suits / Jackets

Special Forces

Bespoke drysuit for Special Forces, Police, Firefighters and Military. Any suits from our range of product can be use as a base and adapted to the needs of your team.

The range of available options include all the standard options, as well as Military grade products like amagnetic valves and inflators or molle systems. Many more custom options can be realised: front or back zipper on all models, surface suit, neoprene hood for facial mask, suit inflation tank straps or pocket, heating valve, knife pouch, and so on.

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About us

Company details

Cold water diving
Our team is diving all year round in Switzerland, and our equipment is made with warmth in mind. Specialized in cold water diving, our customers enjoy all kind of activities: recreational ice diving, commercial work, extreme expedition in the Poles, etc... Recently, multiple teams of explorators and researchers have been diving in the freezing waters of Antartica or Greenland with our products.

SF Tech has been working with multiple explorators, in particular the teams of Under The Pole, Laurent Ballesta with Gombessa III Expedition and the CNRS and many more.

Cave and Technical diving
All our drysuits are made with strength and reliablity in mind. From the start, the aim was to create a suit which could withstand the use and abuse of technical divers, and especially cave divers. With hard constraints during the dives, but even more on land in narrow passages on sharp rocks, multi-siphons dives are though. And the SF Tech drysuits are more than qualified for the job.

With hundreds of divers around the world exploring cave and depth, it would be hard to choose which one to link, but have a look around and you will be surprised how many SF Tech are used for extreme dives!

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